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Herzig
08-13-2005, 01:48 PM
Maurice Hill, a four-year-old boy who was rescued from drowning in a Disney World resort pool by NFL agent Drew Rosenhaus is holding out for more candy after being revived. Rosenhaus, a former lifeguard who resuscitated the boy after he had essentially drowned on Tuesday, is now representing him in negotiations with Celebration Hospital, where he is recuperating.

“At this time, I believe Mr. Hill deserves more than the one lame little root beer Dum-Dum the nurses gave him after he came to at the hospital,” said Rosenhaus on Wednesday. “Just look at his talents. He’s cuter than Elmo and is easily the fastest big wheel rider in the neighborhood. Plus his Lincoln Log and Tinker Toy abilities are second to none. Listen, he’s not looking to offend anybody. He just wants what any four-year-boy wants—a shit load of candy. And I think if you look at what other injured kids in this hospital are receiving, he deserves it.” Hospital officials released a statement saying Hill has refused further treatment until he gets “a bag of Cheetos, three bowls of Lucky Charms, six blow pops, and a copy of the Shark Tales DVD.” But thus far the Hospital hasn’t budged from its original offer of three swirl Jell-O Pudding Snacks and four packages of Curious George Fruit Snacks.