Reporter Live Tweets His Heart Attack

Opportunity + Instinct = Profit. A good journalist can sense the moment that a story is developing and seize the moment. That's why when White House correspondent Tony Christopher started having a heart attack, he immediately logged into Twitter and started covering it:

Approximately at 6pm on Sunday afternoon Christopher wrote, “I gotta be me. Livetweeting my heart attack. Beat that!” Presumably a few minutes later the paramedics arrived to tell Christopher he will be stable after his crisis.

An hour later Christopher joked about needing to own a cardiac cat, referencing a viral video in which a cat is trying to revive his dead feline friend. He also updated his followers about the pain he was feeling, “even after the morphine.”


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I had never seen the "cardiac cat" video before...that was the saddest video ever. =( I can't believe the reporter used it as a joke...especially as the other cat didn't survive. :\
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