dead; Dennis Miller didn’t mean to start death rumor
Dennis Miller, celebrity death hoaxer?
Nah. But Sunday night, Miller inadvertently shocked his followers with a tweet that made it seem like actor Gary Sinise had died.
— Tots4Masses (@Tots4Masses) May 28, 2012
RT @DennisDMZ: Gary Sinise is in a pneumatic tube to heaven.//What does that even mean? I just googled to see if he died. He didn't.
— Deb @dabadooey (@dabadooey) May 28, 2012
@DennisDMZ That is ABSOLUTELY going to start a rumor that he has passed. CAREFUL!!
— Chrissy Olinger (@oliewankanobe) May 28, 2012
@DennisDMZ "pneumatic tube to heaven" reads like he died. Had to check the news.
— Stanley Mcstanley (@reverendcaptain) May 28, 2012
Miller just meant that if anyone is ultimately Heaven bound, it’s Sinise. He tweeted a clarification before the death rumors got out of hand:
Sinise is fine! I just meant his good works will eventually rapture him at Defcon 1.
— Dennis Miller Show (@DennisDMZ) May 28, 2012
.@DennisDMZ hope you haven't started another dead celeb Twitter rumor!
— Will Turner (@WTWV) May 28, 2012
If you missed Miller’s second tweet, rest assured, Lt. Dan is alive and kickin’, doing great work to support our troops, veterans, and their families.
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