Dude, You’re Dead, Quit Tweeting

I have no idea who has gotten ahold of ol’ 9-9-9’s Twitter Device, but it’s really creepy to see Tweets from a dead guy saying that the thing that killed him isn’t so bad.

But honestly? I kinda like Dead Herman Cain better than the live Black Walnut. (Don’t @  me bro, that was his own nickname, not mine.)

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15 Responses to Dude, You’re Dead, Quit Tweeting

  1. Redhand says:

    A death that can be laid directly at the feet of Donald Trump. It’s so messed up it’s almost funny. This is true Jonestown stuff.

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    • tengrain says:

      Imma thinking Miracle Max from The Princess Bride, except of course Herm ain’t no Wesley.



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      • So…they rolled the stiff, and in his pockets was his twitter login?

        BEcause ol Nein Nein Nein was truly dead.

        (iirc, I think it was his daughter who announced she was tweeting as his account the first time it happened)


  2. sos says:

    Maybe old Herm is just 99.9% dead. And these tweets are quantum tunneling out.

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  3. spotthedog says:

    So either Dead Herman didn’t know he probably had an underlying condition when he went to Tulsa, or he knew and masklessly disregarded the risk. Is it possible that the abundance of underlying conditions could be reduced with a nationalized healthcare system? I guess Dead Herman’s lesson to all of us is don’t get Covid if you have an underlying condition. No underlying condition – no big deal! Well okay then.

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  4. Oneofthebobs says:

    Sure he’s dead, but his mind is as sharp as ever!

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  5. Buttermilk Sky says:

    Anyone with health insurance knows that practically anything can be an “underlying condition” if they don’t feel like paying for it. Benign heart murmur? Family history of diabetes? Did you ever smoke? You’re out of luck, pal. But don’t forget to pay your premium every month.

    Who’s bitter? Not me.

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  6. roket says:

    Nevermind that the vast majority of those underlying conditions are frigging treatable. So yeah. It wasn’t the Rona. It was their infected gallbladder that killed them.

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  7. MDavis says:

    Isn’t that underlying conditions thing a Q-bot idea?
    I read somewhere that medical stats for deaths lag behind the deaths because there are usually multiple things going on. So the medical people put down everything that contributed to the death, but when it goes into the stats they have to settle on one cause.

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