For many years, the Stab Commenter provided endless entertainment. He will be missed.
Bondi, Australia – The Stab Commenter, an influential and stylish rascal, died on Friday. He was 8.
His death was announced with the story HOW TO KEEP DRY WHEN IT’S HOT AND MUGGY that he was not allowed to post under, having been blocked by various administers and technocrats. Many were surprised that he held on as long as he did, seeing Stab itself died just over two weeks ago.
The Stab Commenter was a fierce guardian of racially-tinged free speech born during an Internet revolution and found his voice beneath stories of dubious merit. He soon became synonymous with the website and, toward its end, the only reason to visit.
“Without the Stab Commenter, there would have been no Stab, no Comments of the Week,” said Lex Pedersen, a longtime aide, close friend and later owner of Stab whose business died a few short days ago.
Pedersen’s ex-partner, Justin Cameron, added on Saturday that the Stab Commenter “had redefined the role” of the surf website, adding, “Later, in his long goodbye with Stab, he became a voice on behalf of millions of families going through the depleting, aching reality of Alzheimer’s, and took on a new role, as advocate, on behalf of treatments that hold the potential and the promise to improve and save lives.”
The Stab Commenter’s zenith came a short time ago when he was fed a rich, loamy diet of Words by Morgan Williamson™. His end shortly thereafter when the website he used to frequent died and was replaced by The Inertia.
He is survived by Donald J. Trump.