Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by DogStar69, Sep 25, 2014.
He was fucking angrier that Hank ever was
Its a fake account.
I though Jan said he posted a tweet after Eric died so people wouldn't know he was dead?
Didn't he die on Saturday and this was posted on Sunday?
This is the correct answer.
Whoops, I mean "Got It?????????????????"
Bye fer- er, bye for-EVER FUCKERS............
Jon also deleted his real account.
Bitter 'till the end.
The fake account had almost 40k followers, the 11 one only had 6k from what I could tell.
It does seem fake, I know he was angry and stupid, but some of those posts are too much.
On the Monday HSS Jon said he took ETM's twitter account down.
I think in the end, Eric's life would have been a lot more pleasant had he not discovered: My Space, Facebook, Twitter, Tumbler etc. He could never understand that you are powerless over people, places and things. You can never control what other people think about you.
He just never understood that fame is a double-edged sword.
It drove him nuts that there were people out there who didn't like him.
He wanted fame and fans, but the haters made him go insane. He wasn't smart enough to know that people were goofing on him and he should not have taken it personally.
I had heard that it was closed, but I didn't know that it could be deleted.
Now he's ice cold. Too soon?
I agree. He was an angry, miserable fuck.
A REAL actor would have capitalized on that publicity and built a career. Even if acting wasn't an option, Eric could have made a ton of dough doing personal appearances. Fratto was actually good at creating that kind of stuff.
But, as you say, he wanted fame and fans. He wanted to be respected for his views on American Idol and wrestling and country music. Stuff, Stern fans could care less about.
Eric just never got the joke.
OP is wrong.. found this tweet after that one