Is Metallica Drummer Lars Ulrich Dead?

One Of Those Pictures They Show When Someone Dies To Make The Public Reflect Fondly On Their Memories Of The Dead Person

One Of Those Candid Looking Close-Up Pictures They Show When Someone Dies To Make The Public Reflect Fondly On Their Memories Of The Dead Person

Unconfirmed rumors of the death of Lars Ulrich were nowhere to be found on the Internet this morning only moments before this article was published. No credible source with knowledge of Ulrich’s current whereabouts has commented on the matter or even been asked about his passing. This won’t stop many members of the mindless, bloodthirsty mob known affectionately as “the public” from believing that Lars has died.

In spite of the fact that no one has asked the band, many believe that Lars is dead due to the fact that some dude sitting in his living room typed out a bunch of words, attached some pictures and hit the publish button. The torrent of silence on this non-issue has left many to speculate that there might be some sort of cover up.

“Where there is smoke, there is often fire. Or, at least, smoke,” said Metallica fan and frequent Facebook opinion giver Steve Weremembercliff.

Several doctors who have never examined Ulrich weighed in on the controversy including Dr. Eric Liposuct, a well-known expert on esophagus transplants. He speculated, “Ulrich, like most people, has a terminal condition. It’s known as being alive. He has somewhere between 1 day and 50 years left on this earth.”

A Stock Photo Of People Crying Meant To Help Con The Public Into Buying Into This Stupid Lie

A Stock Photo Of People Crying Meant To Help Con The Public Into Buying Into This Stupid Lie

Fans of the band, hoping desperately to be the first to inform everyone of his death, will plunge headlong into a frenzy of article sharing without reading its contents. In some cases, they may read the article and repost it hoping for that amazing feeling of superiority one gets when realizing that there are many people in the world dumber and more gullible than they are. The author of the article also plans to revel in this cheap, but highly stimulating thrill.

At first, some will be saddened by his mock death. This will be followed by a flood of indignation from a public who loves both the feeling of false community experienced when they can passively observe the suffering of strangers from a safe distance with others and the feeling of righteous anger that typically follows being suckered for the 8 millionth time by some degenerate hustler trying to milk out a few more “unique visitors”.

By late in the afternoon, the whole thing will be forgotten as the mindless drudgery of everyday life reasserts itself. This will be followed by another manufactured controversy in which people everywhere experience a set of emotions that were once reserved for actual human interactions. On and On South of Heaven…

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  1. #1 by Shane Williams on November 21, 2014 - 8:13 PM

    Well God said it’s time for him to put the snare 😦

  2. #2 by Sarah on December 31, 2014 - 8:33 AM

    Could’ve at least quoted a Metallica song in an article about a band member.

  3. #3 by Davide Marzoli on December 31, 2014 - 3:50 PM

    This article doesn’t mention the millions of people that will be disappointed to find he’s NOT dead.

  4. #4 by Shaиe Pütridkorpse (@XylophoneMaster) on January 8, 2015 - 11:44 AM

    It’s okay guys, time marches on.

  5. #5 by Nathaniel vondras on February 28, 2015 - 1:24 AM

    He’s not dead he can’t be😯🗾🔩

  6. #6 by Nathaniel vondras on February 28, 2015 - 1:25 AM

    N9oooooooo

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