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In Case You Missed It: Piss Stains Out, Piss Puddles In - Posted November 22, 2013
Good reads from across the web that you might have missed: Relax, y'all -Stadium Club is gunna be just fine. Go make it rain this weekend, crazies. by ... [PRNewser]

In Case You Missed It: Stains Out, Puddles In - Posted November 22, 2013
Good reads from across the web that you might have missed: Relax, y'all -Stadium Club is gunna be just fine. Go make it rain this weekend, crazies. by ... [FishbowlDC]

Is this Reporter Headed For Trouble? - Posted August 13, 2010
We're being something of a whistleblower (read: tattle tail) this afternoon. Even Washington Business Journal's Michael Neibauer remarked, "You know this is going to get me in trouble." Niebauer apparently has superpowers over at the WBJ. He said on Twitter today, "If you want to read a story that's... [FishbowlDC]

Examiner's Neibauer to WBJ - Posted March 31, 2010
Sources tell FishbowlDC that Michael Neibauer of the Examiner will be joining the Washington Business Journal on April 12. At WBJ, Neibauer will take Jonathan O'Connell's former beat, covering economic development in DC. We hear that WBJ is still in the market for a smart and savvy ... [FishbowlDC]

When the Editors are Away... - Posted March 15, 2010
Usually reporters are relieved when the editors are out. The Washington Examiner's staff writer Michael Neibauer had this funny remark over the weekend over Twitter: "1 p.m. and still no editor here at the paper. The inmate is running the asylum." Actor Jack Nicho... [FishbowlDC]

Examiner Scribe Not Pleased With Fox D.C. - Posted January 27, 2010
Reporters hate it when they believe someone else has stolen their work. In this case, Michael Neibauer of the Washington Examiner didn't take kindly to Fox D.C. claiming what he claimed was his story as Fox's own. Mjneibauer: Should I be bitter? Fox DC claims "We first told you" about problems at... [FishbowlDC]

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