look, it's manhattan's version of it's a wonderful life! every time you hear "tsunami," a publicist gets fired:
THE celebrity magazines were in full battle mode in the scramble to cover the Jennifer Aniston/Brad Pitt marital bustup.

"For a celebrity weekly, this is our tsunami," said Kent Brownridge, general manager of Us Weekly parent company Wenner Media. "I can't think of anything bigger than the king and queen of Hollywood breaking up."

(new york post, 01.12.05)

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