Quotes of the Day
SEAT WITH A VIEW: “Fantastic morning window view on Amtrak to DC.” — Callie Schweitzer, Director of Marketing and Projects for Vox Media, former Deputy Publisher of TPM.
DECADENT DINING: “What a glorious way to wake up: a doughnut muffin. Yes, you read that correctly.” — Nevin Martell, food writer author of Looking for Calvin and Hobbes.
Journo begs world to write him
“You’re all sitting on media news and you don’t even know it. Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org” — Politico‘s Dylan Byers who was having a slow day Monday? We may or may not have made up the last part of his email address. We didn’t know Politico allowed funky email addresses as the topic is not in the ethics manual.
Glenn Beck cares for dying dog
“Up tonight again with victor. I fear he is reaching his last days. Our family will be rocked. He is the best dog and a member of the family.” — Glenn Beck at 4:24 a.m.
Real Headline from HuffPost: “These pills will make you defecate real gold”
Are spokesmen allowed to have personal opinions?
“Just my personal opinion but shame on the @AP for digging into the Arizona lottery winner’s life. He should have a right to anonymity. — NRSC Spokesman and Drakkar Noir-loving Brian Walsh.
Oprah Van Susteren never stops
“BLOG (I had the night off .. but I still want to know what you thought about tonight’s show!)” — FNC Greta Van Susteren.
Peter Ogburn contributed to this report.
Unnecessary Tweet of the Day…
Unnecessary...”In terms of amazing inventions, ordering groceries online is WAY up there on my list.” — WaPo‘s Chris Cillizza. What’s next for him, shopping on Amazon?
In case you missed…our writeup of the weekend’s Bonjean Holiday Party that published late last night, see it here.