…so long as I have anything to say about it.
So take a pudding pop, and stick it where the rumor-startin’, hoax-lovin’ sun don’t shine. Yes. I realize that makes no sense. The sun doesn’t start rumors or love hoaxes.
Enough with the death hoaxes, Internet fiends. And for the rest of ya’s, stop spreading that nonsense. When you post that stuff to Facebook and Twitter, you lose credibility. Snopes it. Check a reliable news source. Understand? Did you not read the recent Manolith post about the douche who was trying to hoax a Bigfoot, aka Sasquatch sighting in Montana? It didn’t end so well for him. Don’t be that guy. Don’t be the little boy, or little girl, who cried wolf.
For the rest of you. Bill Cosby is not dead. If Bill Cosby had died, do you think it would go unsung by world media? Do you think that it would go without proclamation on the world’s most reliable news source: TMZ? Nah. He ain’t gone. In fact, he’s immortal. Bill Cosby can’t die*. If you’ll remember when he was starring on the Cosby Show as Heathcliff Huxtable. He tried hard to mess himself up with hoagies, pizza, potato chips, BAR-BEE-QUE and orange soda, and he couldn’t do it. Pudding pops? Nope. If none of those things can take Bill Cosby out of the picture, neither can a tired Internet hoax.
*Bill Cosby is not immortal, and he can die.