Susannah Collins

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TV reporter fired after 'sex' flub

3 May 2013 | 5:16 pm SPORTS BLOGGERS! Due to circumstances unrelated to her on-air remarks Tuesday night, Susannah Collins and Comcast SportsNet Chicago have parted ways. We appreciate everything Susannah has contributed to our network over the past year and wish her the best in her future endeavors.

CSN Chicago fires reporter after 'sex' remark

3 May 2013 | 2:50 pm Comcast SportsNet Chicago parted ways with reporter Susannah Collins two days after an on-air flub went viral on the internet and was the subject of talk show jokes.–nhl.html

Sports Reporter Susannah Collins Fired For Sex Blooper [Video]

3 May 2013 | 2:22 pm Chicago, IL Susannah Collins has been fired from her job covering the Chicago Blackhawks for Comcast SportsNet. Collins made a Freudian slip on Tuesday night during the pregame show of the NHL teams first playoff game, which led to her downfall. The sports reporter/anchor stated that the Blackhawks had a tremendous amount of sex […] Sports Reporter Susannah Collins Fired For Sex …

Susannah Collins fired after 'sex' slip up | WGN Radio

3 May 2013 | 3:04 pm Comcast reporter Susannah Collins was fired just days after using the word "sex" in place of "success" during live Blackhawks coverage.

Comcast Chicago Fired Susannah Collins Over 'Sex' Slip [VIDEO]

3 May 2013 | 2:07 pm Susannah Collins, Chicago Blackhawks sideline reporter, was fired by Comcast Chicago over a "tremendous sex" slip.

Susannah Collins of CSN Chicago: Tremendous Amounts of Sex …

3 May 2013 | 1:35 pm Susannah Collins of Comcast SportsNet Chicago has been let go, but not for her Freudian slip up on April 30th where she said that Blackhawks players had.

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  • Cc.elaine says:

    Who Are Some Black Botanists? Although George Washington Carver`s story/life is very interesting…are there any others? also if there are any black women botanists that would be even better 🙂

    • Curator says:

      Two that I was able to find are O’Neil Ray Collins and Roland Jefferson. Neither quite managed to gain the fame that Carver did. I haven’t found any female botanists that were black, but there are some well-known female botanists. Try googling E. Lucy Braun, Jane Colden, Susannah Moodie and Catherine Parr Traill (sisters), Frances Theodora Parsons, Elizabeth Gertrude Britton, Agnes Arber, and Jeanne Baret.

      Women weren’t encouraged to go into fields like botany in the 1700s and 1800s, or even the early 1900s. If they had an interest, or made any contributions, it was usually in conjunction with their husbands. Not many people would know the name Grace E. Kinzer, although they might recognize the name of her husband, Otto E. Jennings. Yet she was an Assistant in Botany at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, and accompanied him on many of his collecting trips, even before they were married. A lack of formal education may have been one barrier to women, and I’d imagine that would be even more so for black women until recently.

  • Claudia says:

    My Father’s Grandmother Harriet’s Geneology? Julius Throckmorton (1770-1803) & Rachel Cole (1773-?)
    Were married Dec 22nd 1791. They had two sons. James and John. James married Ailsey Tilley. John married Emilia Young. James & Ailsey Throckmorton had 7 children together. Robert,Susannah,Rachel,Mary,Julius,William,and James. William later married Elizabeth Law. Together they had numorous children, two of those children married a Priddy. Harriet married William Fleming Priddy. Rachel married James Fleming Priddy. Harriet & William had many children. One of their boys, James married a Mary Weldon Mabe. Mary & James had 3 children together. 2 boys and one girl. My father is the youngest and he and his sister survive. How and where do I go to find more information? What info do you have on the family I mention?

    • Curator says:

      There are 45 entries for Julius and Rachel Cole on

      But –

      1) Only 80% of the data on RWWC is accurate, in general

      2) In specific – James and Rachel – many of the entres seem to be from a lady who didn’t understand the difference between “Update my data” and “Upload my data, again”, so you see the same data over and over again, updated 5 – 6 days after the last time.

      3) The data bases I looked at were all at least 6 years old, an indication that the owners have died or lost interest, so their e-mail addresses will probably bounce.

      4) All of the entries I saw had worthless “sources”, of the form “smith.ged” or “smith.ftw”.

      You can look. Some of the data may be accurate. It is worth checking, at least.

      Here is a descendancy list of one of them, for William and Miss Law. The character limit prevents me from listing one of Julius and Miss Cole.

      1 William Lipscomb THROCKMORTON b: 29 Apr 1834 d: 20 Oct 1894
      __+ Elizabeth Rances “Bettie” Law b: 5 May 1841 d: 7 Aug 1926
      ____2 Alice Jane THROCKMORTON b: 9 Nov 1861 d: 15 Dec 1942
      ______+ Christopher Columbus Jr Stanley b: May 1861 d: Apr 1922
      ____2 Sarah Wilma THROCKMORTON b: 31 Jan 1863 d: 3 Jan 1956
      ______+ Benjamin Franklin Pruitt b: 28 May 1862 d: 28 Apr 1934
      ____2 James William THROCKMORTON b: 8 Nov 1864 d: 18 Apr 1944
      ______+ Lettitia Ellen Priddy b: 23 Oct 1871 d: 24 Mar 1947
      ____2 Mary Catherine THROCKMORTON b: 30 Oct 1866 d: 4 Jul 1937
      ______+ Isaac Dillard “Bud” Holt b: 17 Dec 1861 d: 11 Jan 1906
      ____2 Robert T “Bob” THROCKMORTON b: 1868 d: BEF 1950
      ______+ Lettie Jane Boles b: 10 Feb 1880 d: 7 Jan 1956
      ____2 Susan Francis THROCKMORTON b: 13 Jan 1870 d: 28 Feb 1951
      ______+ James Fleming Reid b: 12 Nov 1859 d: 23 May 1934
      ____2 Martha Lettitia THROCKMORTON b: 8 Dec 1871 d: 22 Dec 1950
      ______+ William Powell Nelson b: 21 Aug 1877 d: 18 Aug 1918
      ________3 William Troy Nelson b: 2 May 1900 d: 6 Feb 1976
      __________+ Missouri Virginia Duncan b: 1 Dec 1906 d: Sep 1978
      ____________4 Hassell Herbert Nelson b: 1925 d: 1979
      ____________4 Wade Warner Nelson b: 1926
      ____________4 Inice Vivian Nelson b: 12 May 1928
      ____________4 Living Nelson
      ____________4 Living Nelson
      ____________4 Living Nelson
      ____________4 Living Nelson
      ________3 Lillie Mae Nelson b: 1902 d: 1985
      __________+ Bibb Thomas Priddy b: 1893 d: 1984
      ____________4 Euel Fetzer Priddy b: 1925
      ____________4 Peter Nelson Lowell Priddy b: 1925 d: 1950
      ____________4 Ernest Paul Priddy b: 1926
      ____________4 Loyd George Priddy b: 1928
      ____________4 Ruth Orine Priddy b: 1931 d: 1992
      ____________4 Bib Thomas Jr Priddy b: 1933 d: 1997
      ________3 Lettie Sue Nelson b: 1904 d: 1994
      __________+ Conrad Hall
      __________+ Curtis Paul Beaver b: 1895 d: 1958
      ____________4 Living Beaver
      ______________+ Edith Anne Wilson b: 1928
      ____________4 Living Beaver
      ______________+ David C Sams
      ______________+ Eddie Hover Collins
      ____________4 Bonnie Gray Beaver b: 1937 d: 1937
      __________+ Jessie D Jr Hall b: 1879
      ________3 Obera Bethal Nelson b: 1906 d: 1992
      __________+ James Sampson Wall b: 1900 d: 1959
      __________+ Bunyun Dewitt Smit b: 1892 d: 1986
      ________3 Daniel Nelson
      ________3 Earlie Via Nelson b: 1911 d: 1993
      __________+ Mary Elsie Smith b: 1914 d: 1964
      ________3 Ruth Magnolia Dove Nelson b: 1913
      __________+ Henry Henn
      ____2 Herriet Leana “Kana” THROCKMORTON b: 1874 d: 1961
      ______+ William Flemming Priddy b: 1877 d: 1940
      ____2 Rachel Elizabeth THROCKMORTON b: 1877 d: 1964
      ______+ James Flemming Priddy b: 1876 d: 1949
      ____2 Julius Henry MORTON b: 1880 d: 1973
      ______+ Rosa Cayton b: 1883 d: 1968
      ____2 Lillian THROCKMORTON b: 1883 d: 1941
      ______+ Jesse F Stephens b: 1886 d: 1972

  • Anonymous says:

    If I Like These Books, What Should I Read Next? This summer, I’ve been reading nonstop. But recently I’ve run out of ideas and don’t know how to find books I like. I love books about teens that go through drug abuse and recoveries (fiction or memoir) like Tweak, the Crank series, Smack, etc. I also like books like The Perks of Being a Wallflower, the Uglies trilogy, and Candy. When I was younger, I loved the Cirque Du Freak series and the Guardians of Ga’hoole series. I’ve been thinking about rereading those, but I’m 19 now and I know they are for a younger reading level, do you think they will still be interesting?
    When I go into the library, the adult fiction section seems way too boring or difficult, but when I go to the young adult section, most of the books are just too kiddish.
    Which books should I read next? Whether it be a book or a series, I want something dramatic but fun, something I won’t be able to put down. The most recent books I read was the Uglies trilogy, which I thought would be too childish but I LOVED it. Please if you have any ideas, help me! Thank you!!!

    • Curator says:

      Prozac Nation by Elizabeth Wurtzel:
      A Million Little Pieces by James Frey (Originally a memoir, but revealed to be fictionalized)
      Girl, Interrupted by Susannah Kaysen
      Hurry Down Sunshine by Michael Greenberg

      Adult Fiction:
      Atonement by Ian McEwan
      Birdsong by Sebastian Faulks
      Captain Corelli’s Mandolin by Louis de Bernieres
      Water for Elephants by Sarah Gruen
      The Physik Book of Deliverance Dane by Katherine Howe
      The Unit by Ninni Holmqvist
      The Chrysalids by John Wyndham
      Brave New World by Aldous Huxley

      Young Adult fiction:
      Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
      Birthmarked by Caragh O’Brien
      Divergent by Veronica Roth
      Delirium by Lauren Oliver
      Sweep by Cate Tiernan (Book of Shadows)
      Enclave by Ann Aquirre
      Blood Red Road by Moira Young
      Chaos Walking by Patrick Ness (The Knife of Never Letting Go)

  • Eccles says:

    Where Is William In The 1841 & 1891 Census? I am trying to trace WILLIAM EDWIN COOTER in the 1841 and 1891 censuses…Can anybody help?

    WILLIAM EDWIN COOTER was born in 1825.
    DOB: 19 June 1825 (Naval Records)
    BAPTISED 10 June 1825 (Family Search)

    POB Davington, Kent (Censuses)
    Bristol, Bath (Naval Records)

    Richard (Marriage Cert – CITYARK RECORDS)

    This is the following information I have on him which I have pasted from his profile on my ancestry.

    1848 25 Dec
    Age: 23
    Marriage TO SUSANNAH COLLINS b.abt 1831, Chatham – Kent, United Kingdom
    Frindsbury ‘All Saints’ Church, Kent
    Residence :Frindsbury

    Age: 36
    Residence: Thanet St Peter, Kent, England
    Coast Guard House as WILLIAM E COOTER living wth wife and children
    Ramsgate, Kent, England – Coast Guard/ Boatman

    Age: 46
    Residence:St Peter The Apostle, Kent, England
    10 Croft Place, Broadstairs as WILLIAM E CLOSTER living with wife and children
    Broadstairs, Kent, England – Grenwich Pensioner

    1881 England Census about William Cooter
    Name:William Cooter
    Estimated Birth Year:abt 1825
    Spouse’s Name:Susannah Cooter
    Where born:Dav…Ton, Kent, England
    Civil parish:Ramsgate
    Street Address:28 La Belle Alliance Sq
    Condition as to marriage:Married
    Occupation:Greenwich Pensioner
    Registration district:Thanet
    Sub-registration district:Ramsgate
    Household Members:
    William Cooter56
    Susannah Cooter50
    Kate Cooter16
    Ellen Cooter13
    Alice Cooter9

    Age: 57
    Residence: Kent, England
    Lodging House, 28 La Belle Alliance Sq

    1900 Mar
    Age: 74
    Gillingham, Kent, England
    at 176 Windmill Road of Bronchitis/Cardiac failure

    Any Help Greatly Appreciated 🙂

    I originally though this to but the WILLIAM in the census you gave appears in this following 1861 census ‘unmarried’ with his widowed mother aged 137 (Transcription error). My William in quesion would have been married by this point

    1861 England Census about William Cooter
    Name:William Cooter
    Mother’s Name:Harriet Cooter
    Where born:St George in The East, Middlesex, England
    Civil parish:St George in The East
    Ecclesiastical parish:Christchurch
    Registration district:St George In The East
    Sub-registration district:St Paul
    Harriet Cooter59 (head, widowed)
    William Cooter137 (son of harriet)
    Frederic Cooter20 (son of harriet)
    James A Cooter15 (son of harriet)

    EDIT – If it helps at all. I forgot to say that on WILLIAM & SUSANNAH’s marriage cert it say that his father ‘RICHARD'(?) was a grocer and was apparently still alive at the time of marriage (1848) as there is no deceased recorded.

    • Curator says:

      I am looking at Ancestry, and here is the 1841:
      William Cooter
      Age: 16
      Estimated Birth Year: abt 1825
      Gender: Male
      Where born: Middlesex, England

      Civil parish: St George in The East
      Hundred: Ossulstone (Tower Division)
      County/Island: Middlesex
      Country: England

      Street Address:

      Occupation: Subscribe now to see this information.

      Registration district: St George in the East
      Sub-registration district: St Paul
      Neighbors: View others on page
      Household Members: Name Age
      Jones Cooter 44
      Harriett Cooter 39
      William Cooter 16
      Edmund Cooter 14
      Maria Cooter 12
      George Cooter 10
      Thomas Cooter 4

      I don’t see him in 1891. Looks like you’ve done a good job of documenting.

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