Talk:Lisa de Moraes

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I took this out of the article because, while interesting, it's unsourced and speculative. Anyone want to find a source and plug it back in?

The reason she left the Washington Post is because they would not let her work from her home location in LA. She originally was based in the Washington Post's LA bureau but when the closed it they had De Moraes to move to DC. Her husband stayed in LA. Bein g separated was a likely reason for her departure. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 19:43, 7 November 2013 (UTC)


Television is bad enough. That someone is actually being paid to write about it--especially as bad as de Moraes' writing is--is doubly pathetic. What a culture we've developed......

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