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Chris Frates and the cool kids read Jezebel, Randy Barrett doesn’t like the DC who’s-who blather, Daniel de Vise is unimpressed by lawmakers’ Tweets, Christina Bellantoni left the Washington Times to join Josh Marshall at TalkingPointsMemo, Texas Republic celebrated winning the House Softball league,  thankfully Christopher Columbus did not share the same drive as Chris Paulitz and Mark Pfeifle, live blogging from Hart 216 is the new black, Rick Klein sent delivery room tweets and welcomed Jack Herman Klein into the world, Alex Isenstadt got a new gig at Politico, Sean Spicer and Ana Marie Cox celebrated a birthday, Team Boehner staffed up with Mike Ricci and Betsy Andres, Ryan Grim went all “wika-wakka” on Matt Latimer, Jennifer Kohl headed over to the HASC, Sen. Gordon Smith wasted no time making news at his NAB debut, Doug Heye calls US News his new blogging home, James Kotecki kicked off HuffPoTech, the Congressional Research Service circulated a report on Members’ Twitter usage (seriously), Sally Denton is heading over to Politics Daily, Matt Dornic and FishbowlDC kicked off the “Brag Book” in the wake of the Roll Call – CQ “blood bath,”  Glenn Thrush apologized, Meg Reilly is all TARP – all the time, Mel Martinez moved his office to K Street, “Child Please” — Chad Ocho Cinco has nothing to do with DC, Steve Spurrier ruined Shep Smith’s Thursday night, after three plus years, today is Jeff Dufour’s last day at the Examiner, Organizing for America blamed the media (again), Glenn Beck lost the frog vote, Gmail took Thursday morning off, go grab a beer with Stevens Berry at the Capitol Lounge tonight – it was his birthday yesterday, and go see the Real Kettle Corn guys at the National Harbour OktoberFest on Saturday.