Journo takes his pants off
“When I took my soaked pants off at @Redhooklobster no one was here. Now everyone is here. How do I put them back without drawing attention?” — Breaking news editor at TheBlaze Josiah Ryan (Special note to Josiah: here’s your gd mention!)
“In the interest of not complaining I will only say that I cannot wait to get my black ass home.” — BuzzFeed reporter Tracy Clayton (a.k.a. Brokey McPoverty), who almost spent the night in a LaGuardia airport last night. In the end, she got a hotel as her flight home to Louisville was cancelled.
Ex-Breitbartonian devotes day to “prayer & learning”
“I’m setting the entire day aside for prayer & learning, so don’t expect anything much on Twitter from me until Monday. But work continues.” — Lee Stranahan, who was recently fired by Brandon Darby in the Breitbart Texas bureau.
Journo thinks she hears bullets!
“So…. Just saw a flash of light and what sounded like a gunshot outside my apartment… I don’t live in a dangerous place.” — Washington Examiner‘s Ashe Schow.
Our ADHD culture at a glance
“No omg of COURSE you don’t have to respond to my texts right away but I will take it to mean that you hate me and I’m dead to you.” — Katherine Timpf, reporter, Campus Reform.
Sam Champion in training!
“So glad that we are done with all that snow and have finally moved on to rain.” — WaPo‘s Joe Heim.
“The feeling of being in cold rain waiting for a bus and then realizing YOU CAN JUST TAKE A CAB.” — National Journal‘s Elahe Izadi.
“Life is just one long process of examining what we take for granted.” — The Daily Caller‘s Jim Treacher.
“Here’s one of life’s little observations: I never learned anything while I was talking.” — talk show host Larry King.
“Dull people are so easy to annoy.” — National Review‘s Charles Cooke.
Josh Lyman Vs. Frank Underwood
“Problem, a longtime political operative told me, was kids fr/college used to want to be Josh Lyman. Now they want to be Francis Underwood.” — Politico‘s Tim Mak.
Need a place to live in D.C.? Like strip clubs?
The Daily Caller‘s Taylor Bigler sent this ad out on Friday. Any takers can get in touch at Betsy@DailyCaller.com and I’ll forward it on to her.
My roommates and I are moving out of our awesome five bedroom house in Glover Park on June 30. It is approximately 30 seconds away from everything on Wisconsin including Bourbon, Whole Foods and two strip clubs. It has a backyard and a driveway that can fit 3-4 cars. There are four regular bedrooms plus one English basement with a kitchen, bathroom and its own outside entrance. Pass this along to friends, enemies, whatever. Let me know if you or someone you know is interested! Thanks.
A quick note on “credible” info
“MH 370 / Malaysian Airlines say every day ‘credible’ information in search — but then come up with nothing; need to stop saying ‘credible'” — FNC’s Greta Van Susteren.