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QUOTES of the DAY

Capitol File Editor-in-Chief Kate Bennett‘s latest Twitter avatar. She says she puts it up only when she’s in “party mode.” It’s from her going away bash in Vegas.

Actor Jason Biggs in a pensive pose for FishbowlDC at a Creative Coalition/Lani Hay/Elle dinner inside the Ritz last night. Biggs has joined the Creative Coaltion entourage of actors hanging out Washington this week for the WHCD.

Well that’s unfortunate

“Wow my new Hill press pass makes me look like a serial killer.” — Bloomberg TV‘s Lizzie O’Leary in a Thursday tweet.

Anonymous quote from a Washington journalist Thursday: “You assume anyone else cares about me and my crappy life!”

Mistaken lyrics

“National anthem performer at Nats Park just said ‘gallantly dreaming’ instead of ‘streaming.’ #FAIL” — Digital media expert and former TBD GM Jim Brady in a Thursday tweet.

Dirty politics

“One of the participants has already tried to bribe me. Staying strong! #njpoliticalpursuit” — NJ “The Hotline’s” Executive Editor Reid Wilson in a Thursday tweet regarding NJ’s Political Pursuit trivia event at the Newseum Thursday night.

Juke Kartel at the Ritz last night. L to R: Dale Winters, Toby Rand and Tommy Kende.

Band member insists on seeing Obama’s birth certificate

“Love 2hrs sleep…en route LAX – Wash D.C. I’ve asked to see Obama’s birth certificate in person.” — Juke Kartel’s lead singer Toby Rand in an obviously jokester Thursday tweet. The LA-based singer and the rest of the band performed at Lani Hay‘s private party Thursday night. Band mate Dale Winters remarked on Twitter, “In Washington D.C. for weekend playing for the WHCA. Weird what things bring being a guitar player!”

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