When I don't know a story is only going online
I open the paper the next day like:
When someone tells me my tweets aren't...
When someone complains about what we eat while...
There’s always someone who’s like: But then they’re like:
When I see really terrible reporting at another...
I just feel like:
When a source asks me if I'm going to make them...
When someone brings in food to share
For a second, it’s like: And then we all get like:
When I know someone is full of shit
I just have to be like:
When I have to get up early for coverage
When I graduate with a journalism degree
I’m hoping for: But I’m expecting:
When I meet a J-School man
I always think:
When I wish we had this in our office
When a source won't call me back
When someone wins an award
And you think they’d be like: But they’re really more humble, like: So we try to be like: Because on the inside we’re all like:
When I think about why I started reporting
Why people think I do it: Why I really do it:
When someone tries to tell me The Onion is...
Intelligent? Maybe. Journalism? No.
When I'm hungover in BOE
From a collaborator.
When I truly appreciate photogs
Because I try to interesting pictures, and it ends up like:
When a reporter tells me they flirt with sources
If it works for them, I just gotta be like: Until it backfires- and then I’m like:
When I start working for a new paper
I’m afraid I’ll feel like:
When I call a source repeatedly because they...
I know they’re thinking: