Fresh from moderating a keynote foreplay session with Tucker Max, a poonhound with a tiny, tiny, tiny, tiny dick, for the Chicago Tribune’s social media week, it appears that Julia Allison has been dropped as a social media columnist for the paper.
Curiouser and curiouser, a headline for her column is up on the Tribune Media Services site, but it
links to a blank page. (Whoops! It appears the column has been posted since this post was originally published.) Julia, however has a perfectly reasonable excuse for this.
@JuliaAllison Looks like your column this week is blank. I see the headline, but no content ;-( @projectmeetbill – yeah, there was a typo so we’re replacing the copy! Will tweet link ASAP.
Yeah, honey. That was HOURS ago. I know Tribune Company is bankrupt and all, but is their spell check run by a mouse on a wheel? Seriously, what is going on?