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On Thursday evening, President Donald Trump’s tyrannical Twitter account went out of commission for a blessed 11 minutes.

We all hoped he was gone forever. We hoped Twitter had done right by all its users who despise him, who have been bullied by him (online and and off), who have suffered as a consequence of his atrocious vanity. And while his avatar has been reinstated to its nasty, unyielding existence, at least we got a taste of what freedom from it might one day feel like.

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A few hours after Trump’s scowling visage reappeared, Twitter explained that it had investigated the matter and found that one of its customer support employees, in a heroic act of “human error,” had deactivated Trump’s account during their last day on the job.

If true, this means that a Twitter employee has at last provided us all with some quality customer support. Needless to say, Human Error is receiving glowing customer reviews on the platform they so recently worked for.

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To err is human. Let’s do it more of that, shall we?