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Arianna finds breakfast in Morning Joe fridge

“About to go on morning joe. In the green room fridge found low fat Greek yogurt and had it for breakfast!” – HuffPost Editor-in-Chief Arianna Huffington in a Friday morning tweet. Blond alert: Huffington has significantly changed her hair color – she is far blonder. Less highlights — we’re talking straight blond locks.

Waxing: the ins and outs

“Looking forward to three days of conversations about waxing.” #killmenow #thanksGawker  –WaPo‘s Garance Franke-Ruta in a Thursday tweet. (She’s referencing the Gawker story about Delaware Senate hopeful Christine O’Donnell, whose overnight date allegedly didn’t think she engaged in it much.

NYT: King of the White House?

“The people who complain the most about their relationship with the White House is print because print is dying. Basically they just view the New York Times as the one print organization to get things out.” — NBC’s White House Correspondent Chuck Todd on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” this morning.

The sewage is back.

“Pretty sure I didn’t need *another* sewer backup…” — Agence France-Presse’s Olivier Knox on Thursday on Twitter. Knox has had recent sewage problems at his home.

Stewart and horses snoozing (the horses, not Stewart)

“Saw a little bit of everything tonight in Chinatown: Jon Stewart signing autographs AND horses snoozing.”–Washington City Paper‘s Managing Editor Mike Madden in a Thursday night tweet.

Stewart bestowed journalistic compliment

Jon Stewart is about as good an interviewer as there is in the public domain right now.” — White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs.

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