"Margaret Arnold has been canceled at the age of 22 for a leaked 2017 email in which she expressed regret that La La Land did not win the Academy Award for Best Picture."
This honestly might be the best thing I’ve read all year
This is just perfectly done.
Damn. I did it first but McSweeny's did it better.
Obituaries for the Recently Canceled - McSweeney’s Internet Tendency
"The cause of Mr. Cole’s cancellation has been kept private at his family’s request."
"Ms. Halloran was canceled in a tragic accident on Thursday, after retweeting an article with a link to a different article by an author who once retweeted a known bigot."
Obituaries for the Recently Canceled
Cancel culture is like a decentralized version of the social credit system.
"Katharine Halloran was a well-liked medical school student at Columbia University. Ms. Halloran was canceled in a tragic accident on Thursday, after retweeting an article with a link to a different article by an author who once retweeted a known bigot."
"Margaret Arnold has been canceled at the age of 22 for a leaked 2017 email in which she expressed regret that La La Land did not win the Academy Award for Best Picture." Obituaries for the Recently Canceled - McSweeney’s Internet Tendency
“On Wednesday, three-day-old Lily Hobbes became the youngest person ever to be canceled, when her father read to her from Michelle Obama’s memoir Becoming and she immediately started crying.”
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Obituaries for the Recently Canceled - McSweeney’s Internet Tendency
I used to joke that Facebook would never have me assassinated for writing Chaos Monkeys, they'd merely delete my FB account and consider it tantamount to death. If words are violence, then cancellation is a public execution. Hilarity from .
Obituaries for the Recently Canceled - McSweeney’s Internet Tendency
Obituaries for the Recently Canceled - McSweeney’s Internet Tendency
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From McSweeney's: a hilarious spoof of obituary columns, reporting the cancelation of people who violated Internet ideology.
"Ms. Van Dorn’s parents, Peter and Linda, would like their daughter to be remembered for her sweet smile and love of dancing, rather than her provocative feelings about Japanese toilets."