Mark Halperin is not high on marijuana puns
“I am 100% pro-pun. But, TVers, ask yourself if your marijuana pun is (A) original & (B) funny. If it isn’t BOTH, stun us by skipping it.” — TIME‘s Mark Halperin.
Leibo calls b*llsh*t on weekend mea culpas
“Cable news should turn over all weekend programming to mea culpas and ’emotional’ apologies (eventually opening format to non-hosts). Good TV.” — NYT‘s Mark Leibovich.
BuzzFeed Bureau Chief stumbles upon masturbating homeless man
“Oh no, you’re not at all creepy, Mr Hobo Laughing Maniacally Whilst Masturbating outside of the teevee studio.” — BuzzFeed Washington Bureau Chief John Stanton.
Is there a ho around to talk abortion?
“Woman arguing on FNC for abortifacient/contraception mandate in Obamacare is named “Ho.” (Sp? Fox won’t show her name.)” — Conservative commentator and author Ann Coulter.
“@Amtrak Whoever’s taking tickets on the 192 is being horribly rude to customers already frazzled because of the weather.” — Politico and occasional C-SPAN host Juana Summers.
Sen. Maj. Leader Harry Reid: BuzzFeed is coming for you
OMG!!! Reporter goes half-way off grid.
“If anyone needs me for the next 24 hours, please email me at my personal email Msunderland dot gm dot slc dot edu.” — Mitchell Sunderland, Weekend Editor, VICE.
Manscaping: Hair gel in eyebrows?
“Just put hair gel in my eyebrows so that’s where we’re at in terms of vanity.” — Joel Pavelski, social media editor, New York Post.
Journo without power
“That’s it. Ice covered trees in western Loudoun took out our power. Gonna be a cold nite. A dog in every bed!” — Washington Examiner‘s Paul Bedard.
Righty joins the mainstream media
“Fired up, ready to go: tomorrow is my first day at The Washington Post.” — National Review‘s Robert Costa officially starts his new job at WaPo today.
Watch out, here come the McCains
“My father and I are going on the
@jayleno TOGETHER on Monday – and I was fine until I found out Louis CK is the other guest with us.” — Meghan McCain, daughter to Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.).
Motivation from Sharyl Attkisson
“This is the year to make it happen. It’s up to you.” — CBS investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson.