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New hairdo alert

“Look at @joanWalsh’s fancy new hairdo!” — ABC News White House Reporter Jake Tapper in a Wednesday tweet referencing Salon‘s former Editor and now Editor-at-Large Joan Walsh, a frequent left-wing pundit on cable talk shows who likes to spar with D.C. media– all media, actually, including WaPo‘s baby liberal blogger Ezra Klein, whom she recently told to not get all “Beltway holier than thou.” She cooed to Tapper over the hair compliment, saying, “Awww, thank you.” Tragically we’ve yet to get a glimpse of the new do. The anticipation could be murderous. We don’t know if the above picture is what she looks like now. We had to give you an idea of her locks though. Stay tuned…

WaPo blogger reminisces about the holiday

“Last night of Chanukah..since i was a kid always turned off the house lights to watch the last round of candles burn down.” — WaPo‘s new conservative issues blogger Jennifer Rubin in a Wednesday tweet.

Reporter leaves cold for more cold and worries about catching a cold

“My office is cold, so I decided to work out of the Capitol. The Capitol also is cold. Therefore, I think I am destined to get a cold.” — Roll Call HOH’s Elizabeth Brotherton in a Tuesday Facebook update.

Scribe wants an online babysitter

“If you see me tweeting/Facebooking in the next three hours, please just murder me, thanks.” — The Daily Caller intern Alec Jacobs in a Wednesday tweet. Have things gotten this bad?

Gossip gal hates the music

“The music at the Google party is so bad!” Roll Call HOH’s Ali McSherry in a Wednesday night tweet.

The Daily Baller is WHAT?

“It’s 7:20 p.m., and I am balls-deep in and This is the new “follow the money.” — The Daily Caller reporter Mike Riggs in a magnificent Wednesday tweet showing us that yes, we chose the right nickname for him.

Compassion at a glance

“I’m not sure the guy asking me for money for a Metro fare card to Rockville appreciated my answer of ‘I’m not the f-ing bank.'” — Washington Examiner Features Editor Jacque Jo Bland in a Wednesday tweet.