Quote of the Day:
“Newest phrase I didn’t need in my head: Ebola Vomit.” — Ex-Breitbart News reporter Lee Stranahan, filmmaker, all around troublemaker, etc…
TPM‘s Josh Marshall has an online stalker?
(Jeff Poor works for Breitbart News.)
HuffPost‘s Elise Foley a little emotional about her colleague leaving
Jack Mirkinson covered the media. Asked online where he was off to, he replied, “Nowhere just yet. …I’m not going anywhere yet – just taking a short breather. …Nowhere just yet. taking a little break and then seeing what’s out there. …I don’t think I’ve had this many long, drawn-out conversations explaining my life choices since I came out.”
Just so Elise doesn’t ask why I didn’t include other colleague reactions, HuffPost‘s White House reporter Jennifer Bendery was also upset: “NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! WHAT???? NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.” TPM‘s Igor Bobic‘s response, meanwhile, was a frowny face. So was HuffPost‘s Ryan J. Reilly‘s.
Compassion at a glance: Make those Ebola victims leave…NOW!
“How incompetent are our leaders allowing these Ebola infected people to come into our country with all of the problems and danger entailed!” — faux presidential hopeful Donald Trump.
“If you’re looking for the slowest moving people in New York, they’re usually the ones walking right in front of me.” — Kathryn Kattalia, lifestyle editor, Bustle.
Something to think about: “Why would Hillary Clinton want to run for president when she’s already treated like an empress?”– Miami Herald‘s Marc Caputo.
Somehow you’ll have to survive without this Politico reporter
“I won’t be able to live Tweet the jobs number tomorrow. I hope you all survive without me. But I don’t think you will, frankly.” — Politico Chief Economics correspondent Ben White.
Journo says goodbye to beard
“I’m shaving tonight and there’s nothing anybody can do to stop me. Goodbye sweet beard, I will miss you and all your sexy gravitas.” — New York Post social media editor Joel Pavelski.
Media guru says no to Oprah latte
“I don’t care how good it is, I just can’t bring myself to order an Oprah Chai Tea Latte.” — Brad Philips, president of Phillips Media Relations.