Reporters poring over the thousands of pages of Bridgegate documents released Friday afternoon haven’t turned up much on Gov. Chris Christie’s George Washington Bridge scandal. One interesting note, however; many were amused to learn that unlike, say, Carlos Danger, Darcy Licorish is the real name of a real person.
The Port Authority inspector who put the orange cones on the GW bridge is called Darcy Licorish. http://t.co/cS7v39eu5v
— Matthew Rose (@MtthwRose) January 10, 2014
So far, Christie emails reveal there is a police officer named Darcy Licorish, which is just an awesome last name
— Josh Lederman (@joshledermanAP) January 10, 2014
Please refer to me from now on by my coopted alias: Inspector Darcy Licorish.
— Gina Rebollar (@grebollar) January 10, 2014
"Inspector Darcy Licorish" — I need to sell that name to a Hollywood script writer http://t.co/duksk1aKoS
— Michael Crowley (@michaelcrowley) January 10, 2014
@lawremipsum "Darcy Licorish" is one hell of a name.
— *h₂nérrrrd (@earthtopus) January 11, 2014
— Frances Martel (@francesmartel) January 11, 2014
"Inspector Darcy Licorish"
— nate lavey (@nate_lavey) January 11, 2014
Has everyone commented on fact that the Port Authority Inspector is named Darcy Licorish? #bestnameever?
— Kurt Newman (@sadbillionaire) January 11, 2014
Let me join the chorus of those for whom "Darcy Licorish" is the best name to hit the tabloids since Petey Boxcars hung it up.
— Thomas Levenson (@TomLevenson) January 11, 2014
According to today's @nytimes there is a real human being named Inspector Darcy Licorish
— Brian Reinhart (@bgreinhart) January 11, 2014
— Jonathan Weisman (@jonathanweisman) January 11, 2014