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Betsy Rothstein Gossip blogger
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Quote of the Day:

“Is there a Shazam-type app that will recognise a tune I’ve heard when I hum it really badly?”

Toby Harnden, The Sunday Times of London.

The Observer

“That was quick! MSNBC banner: Is Nikki Haley on VP Shortlist? (Um, doesn’t it kinda depend on who the nominee is?)” — FNC’s Howard Kurtz.


“Keith Morrison the Dateline NBC correspondent gives me nightmares and idk why.” — Laine Johnson.

Hey losers, how about reading the story before commenting? 

“It’s incredible to me how often I see people comment on articles they clearly haven’t read on FB or Twitter.” — Business Insider‘s Hunter Walker.

Deep Thoughts With MSNBC’s Chris Hayes 

“There are all kinds of ways to get attention in this world, but you’re gonna have to live forever with what you did to get it.” — Hayes.

Hot subway…

“I love the subway. But it’s not holding up so well in the heat today.” — Mike Grynbaum, NYT, City Hall Bureau Chief.

Reporter fights with herself about going to Starbucks

“Daily argument with self: ‘don’t spend $5 on starbucks don’t spend $5 on Starbucks’ *goes to starbucks before work*” — Washington Examiner‘s Kelly Cohen.

Um …. WHAT? 

“Hate to brag, obviously, but I am often told by producers that guests pull out when told they will be up against me.” — Breitbart News columnist Milo Yiannopoulos. A follower asked, “Do you prefer when they pull out or keep it in?” He replied, “Oh do grow up.”

On Caitlyn Jenner celebrating Father’s Day 

“How do you celebrate Father’s day as a dad, when you are a self-professed woman? I mean, I guess it’s just me.” — Sophia Nelson, author of The Woman Code and a motivational writer.

A collective sigh of relief comes over Washington 

“You now have 30 seconds on gmail to un-send those sexually charged emails to your boss, @willrahn.” — Asawin Suebsaeng, The Daily Beast.

Journo wants other journos to stop with Trump ‘you’re fired’ headlines 

Jim Antle is politics editor for Washington Examiner. Alex Pappas is a reporter for The Daily Caller. 

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Gene Robinson in blue jeans 


GENE IN JEANS: “Eugene Robinson is ready to go in his jeans. He joins us next!” — Morning Joe.