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Posts Tagged ‘Shridar Pappu’

Poking Fun At The New Kid

Dana Milbank used to be the Style section’s political reporter. That job now currently belongs to Shridar Pappu.

And so it is that, in the video version of Washington Sketch (aka the “Milbank Movie”), Milbank made sure to include a shot of his fellow Postie and Style successor Pappu sleeping on the job during yesterday’s Sara Taylor hearing.

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Yeah. Take that rookie!

(Oh, and for the record: Milbank’s gangster name is “The Vampire”)

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A Dinner For Judith

mediajudy.jpgBloomberg’s P.R. Expert (and White House Correspondents’ Association dinner After Party hostess) Judith Czelusniak literally and barely blew into town on the tail of yesterday’s nasty thunderstorm for meetings with the producers of Bloomberg TV’s Money and Politics (which had Barney Frank and the Rob Portman on last night and has previously had Rudy Giuliani, Lamar Alexander, and Hillary Clinton on…but never Mike Bloomberg?!?)

More important, Czelusniak almost missed an uber-vibrant dinner in her honor at the Palm….including usual suspects and friends Mike Allen, Hope and David Bass, Tim Burger, Rebecca Christie, Tucker Carlson, Shridar Pappu, Patrick Gavin, Chris Berry, Edie Emery, Anne Schroeder, Sandra Sobieraj Westfall, Amy Argetsinger, Garrett Graff (it’s his birthday today…we swear the to-be author is still like 22 or something…)John McCaslin, Anne Schroeder and Janet Donovan.

Attendance being high, the Palm’s largest roundtop was expanded throughout the evening with tables ripped from the wall to create the soon to be famous and infinitely expandable “Banjo Formation”.

Sorry we don’t have pictures.

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