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OOPS! 

“DNC offering to fly my grandmother to LA as part of some contest. She has been dead for 12 years.” — Politico White House, Justice Department reporter Josh Gerstein.

Confessional.

“Carol Costello’s spray tan is kind of freaking me out.” — Breitbart editor John Nolte.

Who else has this moment exactly? 

“That moment when you search your phone for a content and find instead the email of the dude you had a 2-day crush on at freshmen orientation.” — Megan Carpentier, deputy U.S. opinion editor, The Guardian.

Journo has this to say to Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) 

“Nobody is trying to retroactively abort your grandson, Marsha Blackburn. (note to self: possible memoir title)” — Jezebel‘s Erin Gloria Ryan.

Quote Taken Entirely Out Of Context 

“If you could cheer me up, I could learn to love you.” — writer Melanie Renzulli.

National Review‘s Charlie C.W. Cooke thinks this Rolling Stone feature is really stupid… See here.

Thanks for the warning Ron Fournier! 

“Quoting @EricBoehlert in tomorrow’s column, because.” — National Journal‘s serial tweeter Ron Fournier.

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JUST LIKE POETRY: “Marine Drive, Mumbai, after high tide in the monsoon. It looks like the sea threw up on this iconic boulevard” — Shashank Bengali, formerly a reporter for Washington’s McClatchy bureau. He’s now a South Asia correspondent for the LA Times and lives in Bombay.

New York’s mayor backs Jose Antonio Vargas

“I stand in solidarity with journalist and advocate @joseiswriting. He exemplifies what America is about.” — New York Mayor Bill DeBlasio in regards to Jose Antonio Vargas, former reporter for WaPo who was detained at the Texas border for being an illegal immigrant.