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White House press secretary Robert Gibbs. AP Photo by Charles Dharapak

White House press secretary Robert Gibbs will take the podium in the briefing room today at 1:30 p.m. and the Fix will be at the ready.

We'll twitter the proceedings at "TheHyperFix" so make sure to sign up immediately -- if not sooner. You can follow the last ten tweets or so in the post below.

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    By Paul Volpe  |  March 9, 2009; 12:45 PM ET
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    Comments

    "Can anyone possibly guess..what Gibbs will say today..I may watch a soap opera instead, you know for less predictable plot lines and more avant garde character development."

    Yeah, no kidding. Being Press Secretary has to be one of the most intimidating jobs. Your job is to speak on behalf of someone on some very controversial issues and then answer questions unknown to you on behalf of someone else.

    I know I sure as hell wouldn't say anything unless I was 99.9% sure the President wanted me to say it.

    Posted by: DDAWD | March 9, 2009 4:37 PM | Report abuse

    Slinky.

    Hula hoop.

    Frisbee.

    Silly putty.

    Moon Rocks.

    Silly string.

    Pet Rock.

    Mood ring.

    Rubick's Cube.

    Twitter?

    Posted by: scrivener50 | March 9, 2009 2:51 PM | Report abuse

    Can anyone possibly guess..what Gibbs will say today..I may watch a soap opera instead, you know for less predictable plot lines and more avant garde character development.

    Posted by: newbeeboy | March 9, 2009 1:38 PM | Report abuse

    From The Fix's prior post:
    "5. Does Twitter have a business model?"

    In the spirit of that question, what is the point of the 'HyperFix'? There's too much 'Roland Hedley' about it.

    Posted by: bsimon1 | March 9, 2009 1:21 PM | Report abuse

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