Restaurant Critic Honors Garry Shandling's Tragic Death By Tweeting That He Was Never Even Funny...Promptly Lit Up By The Internet

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Meet Steve Cuozzo.

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Never heard of him before? Haven’t been fortunate enough to read his work reviewing Burger King hot dogs or the Pizzeria Uno in Times Square? That’s your loss. Because apparently in his free time he’s also a comedy critic and an expert on what makes people laugh. Here’s what he had to say immediately after the tragic passing of Garry Shandling.

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Thanks for sharing your opinion on that, restaurant critic! I’m sure his family appreciates the sentiment. Luckily it lets us do one of my favorite things…reading the responses.

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Bunch of these made me laugh out loud but my favorite was “you know not tweeting was an option right?” Feel like a lot of people could learn from that, you don’t actually HAVE to tweet about what you’re thinking. Especially if it’s a critique of a guy who just, you know, fucking died.

To his credit, the tweet is still up there, loud and proud. Didn’t delete it. But then again that was the whole point of somebody desperately grasping for relevance.

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