Quote of the Day:
“Don’t threaten my staff, you terrorist coward. If you have an issue, take it up with me.”
— Breitbart News Texas Bureau Chief Brandon Darby.
NED RESNIKOFF: “I think if I could ban one genre of Internet journalism it might be ‘I did something unpleasant because I thought you might find it amusing.'”
OLIVIA NUZZI: “hm really? I liked Weaver’s piece, and I like Rebecca Harrington’s NY Mag series where she tries crazy diets.”
Resnifkoff gave examples: 1. “I rode a Segway everywhere for one week because this is why I got a Master’s degree in journalism and did four unpaid internships.” 2. “I spent 48 hours at a TGI Friday’s because apparently this is what people click on.”
A question we must all ponder: “I don’t have anything until midnight tonight. Anyone in DC want to meet up?” — GotNews‘ Charles C. Johnson on Tuesday night.
Is this Washington journalist now scarred for life?
“Last night I saw two people dirty dancing to the Fresh Prince of Bel Air theme song and I’m still recovering from it.” — Ex-Politico reporter Kendall Breitman, who is going to work for Bloomberg Politics.
“Does anyone have any recommendations for NYC hotels without extremely, extremely rude front desk and broken thermostat?” — Jana Winter, national security reporter, The Intercept.
Confessional. (BuzzFeed, spoiler alert: you may want to cover your eyes for this one)
“I have a right, as a Christian, to believe that God ordained marriage as between a man & a woman & that doesn’t make me evil, or anti-gays.” — David Limbaugh, brother to Rush.
“I hope you enjoy the end of your career as much as I will but I don’t think that’s possible, @WesleyLowery.” — Charles C. Johnson.
Just in case you missed Tuesday’s BIG Twitter fight
Read all about it here.
Chris Hayes gets a Facebook Q from Russell Simmons
When even the correction needs a correction
D.C. Metro Hell
“My AM: 1 lady almst fell on metro tracks. Anothr faintd on platform & almst got trampld.” — Lis.