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Journos: Will They Sleep Tonight? - Posted November 2, 2010
We posed a question to a mass of journalists, many covering the midterms, and most everyone obliged. One reporter, who will remain genderless, wished to be anonymous because of fear of his or her PR department. We thank everyone for participating, especially Mr. Weigel fr... [FishbowlDC]

Fishbowl 5: Christian Bourge's Life After Layoff - Posted June 9, 2010
Christian Bourge has been working in DC journalism for 14 years. Best known for his reporting at Congress Daily and his stint with the Washington Times editorial page, Bourge actually began his career with the Washington Post i... [FishbowlDC]

Bourge Says No to Tennis Shoes and Dress Pants - Posted May 28, 2010
Bourge says he wouldn't be caught in this ensemble. In a witty response to our "Whose Shoes" feature yesterday (the shoes belonged to FNC's Bret Baier), Christian Bourge, who writes The Disenchanted Journo blog, explains why wh... [FishbowlDC]

Whose Shoes: Revealed - Posted May 27, 2010
The guesses for today's "Whose Shoes" ran the gamut of the Washington Examiner's Byron York to Christian Bourge, who writes The Disenchanted Journo, to FNC's Major Garrett. Other guesses included: Newsweek's ... [FishbowlDC]

Morning Reading List 11.19.09 - Posted November 19, 2009
Good morning FishbowlDC! Happy birthday to Will Jerro. What we know and what we're reading this Thursday the 19th of November... TV | NEWSPAP... [FishbowlDC]

Take That Tucker, From CongressDaily - Posted June 5, 2009
Remember this gem from Tucker Carlson and Ana Marie Cox's online chat a few weeks ago on washingtonpost.com? Annapolis, Md.: Last week during the WHCD, there was some debate about where the term "nerd prom" originated from. For years, this has been a term used by comic book nerds for the annual... [FishbowlDC]

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