Quotes of the Day
PRINCE JASPER: “Dana Perino, good to see that Jasper was cleared of those stuffed animal murder charges” — FiveFanPhotoshops, the ultimate fan of FNC’s “The Five”, which photoshops members of “The Five” into all sorts of situations, including Jasper, the beloved dog of host Dana Perino.
HuffPost headline elicits reaction from HuffPost writer
“Nice job with the headlines, HuffPost: ‘Rough Day For Naked Pooping Masturbator'” — HuffPost‘s Christina Wilkie. She links to the story here.
Journo hits new high watching CSPAN 3
“Sign of the times: CSPAN 3 on cable is flickering, dropping. On computer? Working fine, and ahead of TV.” — Yahoo! News‘ Olivier Knox.
Dr. Ruth Westheimer on women in combat: “Women are going to go into combat w/US forces. Since I was sniper in Haganah (Israeli freedom fighters) I’m all for that.”
In defense of Beyoncé
“Are any of the people being OUTRAGED about Beyonce lip-syncing considering this important fact: SHE’S FUCKING BEYONCE?” — The Sunday Times’ outspoken columnist Caitlin Moran.
Furry hats abound in Washington
“It’s finally cold enough to wear the furry hat. I’m sad it’s finally warm enough to wear the furry hat.” — Kelly Ann Collins, marketing strategist.
“The temperature is now lower than the ages of both my children. It’s cold. I’m old.” — WaPo Bookworld’s Ron Charles.
Oh no he didn’t! Nolte insults Cokie
“What’s ET doing on Morning Joe? Oh, that’s Cokie Roberts.” — Breitbart.com Editor John Nolte regarding longtime NPR correspondent Cokie Roberts.
NYT’s communications assistant has an amusing observation and two journos agree Sunday shows ought to go…
“Reasons to love the TODAY Show.” — NYT‘s Jared Cohen.
Convo Between Two Journos
TPM‘s Brian Beutler: “Hillary Clinton’s right, Sunday shows are the worst.”
Politico‘s Ben White: Agree. Sunday shows should be eliminated. They are an abomination. [What White means to say is, except Politico‘s “Turn the Table” feature, which White must think is phenomenal, and all Jonathan Martin appearances on NBC’s “Meet the Press” no matter how awkward they are.]
Peter Ogburn and Eddie Scarry contributed to this report.