And now comes the coup de grace to the woeful tale of Sally Quinn, the Washington Post's most execrable rich lady columnist: she is being stashed in the back closet of the "internet," lest she embarrass the paper further.
Erik Wemple nailed down WaPo editor Marcus Brauchli's decision on this after yesterday's exciting "Will Sally Quinn Totally Get Canned, Please Lord?" rumorizing. Wemple says Brauchli was pissed that Quinn's latest "Let me tell you some stuff about my family" column ran, and has now declared that in the future her column "will appear online at 'On Faith,' a section of washingtonpost.com that Sally guides." RICH LADY IN THE JOURNALISM GHETTO.