Over at Salon, Alex Pareene is halfway done with his rundown of the 30 worst inside-the-beltway pundits. And while we don't agree with all of Pareene's choices (especially the people we work with or will work with in this or future lives), we're interested to see who will crack the top ten. On Twitter, the feeling was mutual.

MOST IMPORTANT: Need a hashtag for our Hack 30 predictions. I suggest #Hack30. (And, yeah, Dean Broder may edge out the GAME CHANGER.(S))less than a minute ago via TweetDeck


@anamariecox but 16 slots left? already some big names have claimed spots...less than a minute ago via web


RT @rickklein: but 16 slots left? already some big names have claimed spots... // We should start a pool! My first bet: Halperin at #1.less than a minute ago via TweetDeck


So, yes, everyone please file their predictions for the final 10 of the #hack30. Safe bets: Noonan, Broder, Halperin, Liz Cheney...less than a minute ago via TweetDeck


Top Five Prediction: Broder, Halperin, Dowd, Noonan, Fred Hiatt. #Hack30less than a minute ago via Echofon


@TeresaKopec @anamariecox Peretz is on the list. And Rich Lowry. Stengel, Alter, and Ed Schultz. Richard Wolffe is Top 10 easily.less than a minute ago via Echofon


@anamariecox @TeresaKopec prediction for 5-10: R Cohen, T. Friedman, J. Goldberg, D. D'Souza, D. Morris. #Hack30less than a minute ago via web


@joanwalsh @pareene Friedman, Fleischer, Fund.less than a minute ago via Tweetie for Mac


Wondering if Jon Stewart's conflictionator montage from the rally added some names to the #hack30 ? Walsh?  Olbermann?less than a minute ago via TweetDeck