Roger Ebert’s Twitter account confuses fans with cryptic tweets 2 years after his death

Roger Ebert’s Twitter account confuses fans with cryptic tweets 2 years after his death

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When Roger Ebert passed away in 2013, the Twitter account of the well-respected film critic was passed on to his wife, Chaz Ebert. Since then, the @ebertchicago account has rarely tweeted, other than the occasional links to promotional material, videos, or photos in memory of Roger. Nowadays, the feed mostly consists of retweets from Chaz’s account about entertainment, breaking news and social issues. So when @ebertchicago made its first tweet in a long while today, fans were quite.. confused. This account is eating up all of my data and I want you to cancel it. Please respond — Roger Ebert (@ebertchicago) August 10, 2015 Cryptic! Looks…

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