BOLD QUOTE OF THE DAY: “Have a great April!” — Politico‘s Mike Allen on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”
“There’s an un-likability to him right now.” — Donny Deutsch on the topic of “friend of the show” Gov. Chris Christie. To which Joe Scarborough interrupted and replied, “That is not true.”
“Ok so I was off a beat this am. Really researched the story, had a lot to say and got tripped up on my thoughts.” — ABC legal analyst and Mediaite founder Dan Abrams.
“There is nothing I dread more as a reporter than April Fool’s Day.” — Roll Call‘s Abby Livingston.
Overheard in the newsroom
“Ahh bugger off.” — Anonymous reporter.
Overheard anything interesting lately? Send it to me at Betsy@DailyCaller.com or TheMirror@DailyCaller.com.
Self-appointed Media Observer
“CNN is continuing their arduous 3 week search for news. Pray for them.” — singer, songwriter Josh Groban.
The Appointed Media Observers
“I would take another week of #MH370 coverage instead of another minute of anyone on cable news talking about spring breakers.” — Mediaite editor Josh Feldman.
“I think Chris Matthews woke up like an hour before he recorded his show tonight.” — BuzzFeed‘s Dorsey Shaw.
And Washington Examiner‘s Justin Green: “Easy to understand how someone whose sole source of news is cable television would think the world is constantly on the verge of collapse.”
“If 37% of the Internet is porn, the other 63% is email from Jos. A. Bank about the biggest clearance sale ever.” — WaPo Book World Editor Ron Charles.
Reporter urgently humblebrags her guacamole
“BREAKING: I JUST MADE THE BEST GUACAMOLE OF ALL TIME” — National Journal‘s Elahe Izadi.
Speaking of humblebrags…
“Gentlemen: we do not turn, examine a lady in her running attire, and give her a thumbs up. No, we do not.” — MarketPlace host Lizzie O’Leary. To which New York Daily News‘ Josh Greenman replied, “#humblebrag.”
BuzzFeed‘s D.C. bureau chief seeks danger
“Seriously. have something fun/stupid/border line dangerous in El Paso that is also newsy? hit me at john.stanton at buzzfeed.com” — BuzzFeed‘s John Stanton.
Slate‘s Dave Weigel puts on a dress for charity…a flowery Laura Ashley number. Yeah, you’ve gotta see this.