Whenever a famous person dies, Twitter gets filled with RIP-tweets. The tweets usually contain nothing but RIP and the person's name. Everyone wants to be part of the story, even if they couldn't care less about the person earlier. It used to be: "Where were you when you heard person A died?" Now it's more like: "How fast did you tweet about the death of person A?"
And now I'm part of it too. Maybe I should just dance with somebody.
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