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ABC’s White House Correspondent Jake Tapper: “An honor for me to meet a man like Daniel Hernandez” The photograph was posted on Twitter by Tapper.

ABC7’s Stephen Tschida offers warning

“If traveling on foot be careful kids. just saw a woman wipe-out on a bike. very slick in d-c. icy sidewalks=breaks, bumps and bruises.” – ABC7’s wild train rider Stephen Tschida in a Wednesday tweet.

Journo notes all-male panels on networks

“So far the all-male panel on CNN has a much bigger problem w/ pep rally atmosphere than the all-male panel on Fox News.” – Business Insider Editor/The Wire‘s Glynnis MacNicol in a Wednesday tweet.

WaPo‘s The Fix is a crier?

“Wow. This a tearkjerker of a speech. But @thefix is a crier, like John Boehner.” – WaPo‘s @TheFix in a Wednesday tweet.

Journo wants another man’s voice

“Not gonna lie: really wish I had Tom Brokaw’s voice.” – The Nation‘s Washington Bureau Chief Chris Hayes in a Wednesday tweet. (No arguments here.) Hayes occasionally fills in for MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow. He recently remarked that he was glad to watch her rather than be her sub that evening.

Krauthammer’s name gets bludgeoned by Droid

“Droid rendered Krauthammer as Crutnacker. (You can’t make this stuff up. At least, I can’t.) #verysmartphone” – Lex Alexander, a writer, editor and publicist in Greensboro, NC (and a major exception to this feature). He is, of course, referring to conservative columnist and FNC contributor Charles Krauthammer.

Arianna says: ‘Stick your neck out’

“To succeed, you’ve got to stick your neck out. This new book shows how to do it w/o getting your head chopped off.” – HuffPost‘s Editor-in-Chief Arianna Huffington in a Wednesday tweet regarding this book. As of late, Huffington has been getting hammered for a bizarre BlackBerry altercation aboard a United Airlines flight to D.C. that resulted in a whole lot of nothing but a blustery fellow flier who became unhinged over her alleged BlackBerrying. The above book is about how to conquer anything that stands in your way – and maybe that includes that uptight flier who still thinks tapping away on a BlackBerry could bring down an airplane.

TV journo gives herself time out

“And now this brief word: I am suspending myself from Twitter temporarily, after @jamiedupree pointed out I tweeted “Gillerbrand”.” – CNN Radio reporter Lisa Desjardins in a Wednesday tweet referring to Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.).