One last tweet

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Twitter posts have taken a macabre twist with the Tweet Hereafter website (http://thetweethereafter.com), a compilation of the last Twitter tweets by “notable, newsworthy, famous or infamous people.”

Some posts can be downright creepy, such as that of software engineer Kate Von Roeder, who said, “Adios folks. Good luck y’all,” in 2014, and even tweeted a link to a suicide note on her Facebook page (Note: It’s still there).

Others are poignant, such as surfing filmmaker Sonny Miller’s tweet, “I get by with a little help from my friends! Live to Love! Love to Live! Love You Live!” He died of a heart attack at noon the next day.

What will your last words be?

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