NOTHING SHORT OF WEINERLICIOUS: “Weiner draws crowd at 72nd and Broadway.” And this: “It’s just a couple of dick pics’ Weiner intern tells voter at UWS subway stop who won’t sign candidates petition.” — NYT political reporter Michael Barbaro.
Aspen airport employees know their travelers
“Mix of sympathy & shame for Aspen airport employees who are good natured enough to ask, over and over, if we had any good ‘ideas’ while here.” — Sommer Mathis, Editor, The Atlantic Cities, while traveling to Aspen for the annual ideas festival.
WAPO‘s NIA MALIKA HENDERSON: “@AprilDRyan Great coverage girl!”
American Urban Radio Networks’ APRIL RYAN: “@niawapo thanks girl”
Complaining while working
“14 tabs open at 5:45. This is crap.” — Lisa Rowan, vintage blogger.
Journo finds herself in Metro hell
“Dupont escalator just stopped while I was on it. Collective groan from everyone there. I hate Metro.” — CQ Roll Call’s Emily Cahn.
“Egypt’s ‘General Sisi’ has a very bad name for a general.” — WaPo‘s Gene Weingarten.
Important Q to Ponder: “Is there a word for always buying new clothes that have stains on them?” — NYT Communications Associate Jordan Cohen.
Non-Convo Between Two Journos
This morning’s conversation is between HuffPost’s Sam Stein and FNC media critic Richard Grenell.
STEIN: “IRS investigation didn’t focus on Tea Party themselves, it focused on their specific BOLO section.”
GRENELL: “Liberal journalist spin.”
GRENELL: “Shorter Sam: the IRS only harassed conservatives?!?”
STEIN: “The temptation to respond to @RichardGrenell’s twitter bait is great. But I must resist.”
Think you’re having a bad day? “Baltimore police say a man shot his wife and another woman left bound in a bedroom chewed through ropes to escape.” — ABC7 news alert.
Belated Happy Birthday Shout-Out to… WaPo writer and MSNBC Contributor Jonathan Capehart. Malika Henderson refers to him as the “most well-dressed human being in all of DC.”
Photoshop expertise by Austin Price.