Life wisdom from an online editor
“It’s generally helpful when you want to gain sympathy and support from the broader American public to avoid being a total weirdo.” – Washington Examiner‘s Justin Green.
Self-appointed media observer: CNN has a thing for Brits
“@CNN sure loves to have Brits telling us our news here in the US – listening to this new late-night show – someone has a hard-on for them.” — Howard Stern Show contributor Joey Boots.
Love, men and money
“Men are like trains: you may realize too late that inside the one you chose is a crazy guy who wants money.” — Jezebel‘s Erin Gloria Ryan.
TV journo sends personalized note to himself
“So I just sent myself and e-mail reminder, and I wrote my name at the end. Like ‘thanks, Stephen.’ Wish I hadn’t done that, worried.” — WJLA’s Stephen Tschida in a May tweet.
Journo dreams of working alongside Michelle Obama
“Main reason I would love the Obamas to move to NYC after office is my dream of ending up on the same @foodcoop work shift as Michelle.” — TIME columnist James Poniewozik.
Singing in the Politico newsroom?
“Sources say I’m driving my coworkers nuts by singing Blake Sheldon’s ‘Boys Round Here.’” — Politico‘s Byron Tau.
A plea for Twitter followers
“#helpgetkellyto1800followers” — Washington Examiner‘s Kelly Cohen.
A plight for more stories on Miley’s car
“Need more exhaustive reporting on Miley Cyrus’ Maserati.” — Politico‘s Ben White, obviously a huge Miley Cyrus fan. (Thieves stole Miley’s car last week in a spree in which they broke into her home. They also took jewelry.)