Quotes of the Day
“It’s all about willpower. … I became a vegetarian. I started working out.” — MSNBC’s Al Sharpton last night on how he shed pounds to Ed Schultz. Schultz began the segment on New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie‘s weight issue by telling Sharpton, “You used to be one big dude.”
Writer has “terrifying flashbacks”
“Watching the Buick commercial where the dance instructor pairs the tallest girl with the shortest boy is giving me terrifying flashbacks.” — Megan McArdle, special correspondent for Newsweek/The Daily Beast.
Scarred for life?
“No breast slips…no nipples, no thongs. They’re keeping it clean.”– NYT Communications Asst. Jordan Cohen‘s mom to Jordan regarding the Grammys.
The self-aware blogger
“I have been venting in about 6 people’s text messages today. I need to sit down and woosah.” — Javonni Brustow, blogger.
TV reporter finds his inner Britney Spears
“Close call at gym. Britney’s ‘Gimme More’ came on. Started shimmying my shoulders. Caught myself before anyone noticed, I, I think.” — ABC7 reporter Stephen Tschida.
Politico reporter gets in Jose Canseco’s virtual grill
Jose Canseco: “Your value is not how good you are it is how you make others better.”
Jake Sherman, Politico: “Is this why you deceived mlb by doing steroids?”
“I am not in the mood, talkative cab driver.” — The Daily Caller Taylor Bigler.
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