UPDATE: A new post from Charlsie reads:
I think tumblr is lying. And they know it.
The scandal continues!
Yes, it’s me. Charlsie.
The tumblr (nycintern.tumblr.com) I kept for my written component as an intern during J-Term was removed. Well, actually, it exists … but if you go to it, a lovely yet dull page of
We couldn’t find the page you were looking for
Sometimes though, this comes up
Sorry, you do not have permission to access this page.
That’s funny. But not really.
On Tuesday afternoon, I received a phone call from NonSociety’s Mary Rambin about my blog. She asked me to make it private or delete the posts. Before I could even really do any of that, my page just disappeared. Now, when I go under my tumblr accounts, I can click on the January in the City account, but I do not have any real permission to post.
That’s all for now.
This post is no longer there. Hmm. We wonder how this happened? We sincerely hope that Ms. C didn’t actually lose her posts; it doesn’t sound like she did–only that she can’t post. But this is fishy.
Another update: You know what really pisses us off about this? We thought NS was all about “putting it out there.” Why can’t the intern “put it out there”? All she did was share her honest thoughts and the mundane tasks she had to do for these girls. But, you know, since her posts didn’t gel with the image that JAB and company are trying to present, it had to go. Way to talk about honesty and transparency, ladies.