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Somewhere out there in the wild and wonderful world of the internet is a rather strange woman, who was reported dead by her own hands, who is posting strange things on her twitter profile. I have always heard that  a lot of things were possible on the internet, but posting things when you are dead was one thing I did not expect.

Oh, I suppose someone could create an app where one could have messages posted on the internet once they have assumed room temprature and “crossed over” so to speak. Either that or the “keeper of the name” of the alleged dead woman is just as bat shit crazy as she is.¬†

At this point, it does not matter if the account keeps up with this demented nonsense or finally realizes what a stupid thing she (or he) is doing and simply goes away. From what I understand, hardly anyone is paying attention to the account anyway.

The only reason I become aware of the rants of the dead woman is because someone insists of notifying me of them through Twitter direct message or emails. I am too busy interacting with the living to be bothered with monitoring the actions of someone who is 5 cans short of a six pack.

In closing, I say to my dead troll, enjoy your being a zombie or whatever it is they call a dead person who types strange messages from the afterlife for death is eternal.

Life is not eternal so I am going to make the most of what is left of it.

Stay tuned



    • lynda
    • Posted July 14, 2017 at 12:41 pm
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    I have heard they have the same haircut

    • What is dead may never die
    • Posted July 10, 2017 at 8:50 pm
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    How do you know that it is one particular person and not two or more sharing a Twitter account just to hassle you?

      • Posted July 10, 2017 at 11:50 pm
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      The answer is that I don’t. It has been theorized that the original owner of the account gave up the account and that it is someone else running it. Verifying the true ownership of a Twitter account has always been a problem since they are easily hacked and impersonations are commonplace.


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