Amos also loved writers. Except those filthy, dirty, low-down obituary-writing scumbags.

It's not unusual (and always hilarious) when people use their wills to take swings at friends and family from beyond the grave, but to get that punch in your obituary is something special. To have your relatives pay to take that swing at the paper that's printing your obituary — now, those are some big dead balls. Not surprising considering he fought in the Jewish paramilitary group that protected Jews in pre-Israel Palestine and later became the core of the Israeli Defense Force. His fearless heart has inspired us to start preparing our obits with some serious zingers.

Sources: New York Times | Jim Romenesko