Julia Allison, future star of the Ashley Tisdale-produced “Miss Advised,” and word-stringer of “Social Studies,” a column distributed by Tribune Media services that was recently dropped from the Chicago Tribune, appears to not have a “Social Studies” column distributed by Tribune Media Services anymore, if the growing amount of circumstantial evidence is to be believed.
Since the column’s “rough launch,” when it debuted in over 100+ newspapers around the globe (Ed Note: NOT BY A LONGSHOT), we’ve been hearing whispers that the syndicate was unhappy to sign her on (Thanks Dadsers!) and was even more eager to get rid of her. Now Tuesday, the day her latest column is released, has come and gone, and there is absolutely no new incoherent jibberjabber disguised as this week’s column. While few papers picked up the column, and by “few” I mean look at your hand (just ONE hand, silly!) and count your fingers, even fewer papers seem to continue to publish it as of last week. In fact, it appears that after the Chicago Tribune took the time to painstakingly scrub out the donkey’s dung from their online archives, only that Citylink paper in Florida continues to waste column inches on Julia Allison’s wildly fantastic weekly failure, publishing a column that Tucker Max basically “wrote” himself, considering that about 70% of that reacharound was direct quotes from the tiny-dicked, date-raping douchetard.
Now it is conceivable that Julia Allison may be taking another “working vacation.” But the last time she neglected her column duties — Burning Man changes lives, people — TMS published a vastly superior column written by a comedian in its place. Today, with no Donkey-penned drivel to pour over, it appears the effort to find a substitute was never made.
I, for one, am completely shocked that her column seems to be unceremoniously petering out. Prior to its worldwide launch, Julia Allison was hailed as a massively successful social media expert, and she flaunted her tits and everything to prove it. Plus the column itself was a beacon for responsible journalism, that is, if journalism has devolved into printing error-ridden entries from your pretty pink pony diary. She used her column to dive into pool of sad, sad pity, to brand herself as a martyr for ALL THE GIRLS, to suck up to more successful friends and to justify her heinously invasive behavior to Navy helicopter pilots.
That is, of course, when she wasn’t settling personal scores after she was prohibited from being an obnoxiously rude twat or publishing masturbation fodder for her unhealthy wedding and princess fantasies. All the while, since the time that her column began, social media has played a role in populist uprisings across the Arab world and the dissemination of information regarding the killing of Osama bin Laden, Google+ has debuted, Facebook has faced even greater scrutiny over online privacy, and, even now, social media is playing a role in the growing Occupy Wall Street movement that is spreading across the country.
You’d think these would be worthy topics for a measly 700 word column, but, no, Julia Allison wants to write about teaching your grandmother how to log onto fucking Facebook.
Yet another professional opportunity squandered? Who knows? As of yet, nothing official has been announced, but you can’t expect to continue being a weekly syndicated columnist when your column writing skills and work ethic are so weak.