September 7, 2006

Fucktard Of The Year Candidate...

by Chris Randall
 



God damn, I just want to slap the shit out of this bitch. I don't think anyone (even his wife) would argue that this dude is a fucking idiot. (Blame aKido. I'm just the messenger.)

 
 
 

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Sep.08.2006 @ 8:57 AM
Aahzekiel
I'd rather listen to Scotty Ian rap with Anthrax as his backing band.
 
 

 
Sep.08.2006 @ 9:28 AM
Solipsist Nation

Wow, that's like a flashback to 1984, except sucky. I mean, breakdancing? Is that cool again? And the backing music wouldn't have sounded out-of-place 20 years ago.
 
 

 
Sep.08.2006 @ 9:42 AM
moyashi
I live in NYC and travel a few times a year to Japan and Europe. I haven't watched American TV in over two years and generally distance myself as much as possible from mainstream popular culture, so I've never heard of this Federline creature. If he represents the current zeitgeist of the masses, we are indeed in trouble as a nation. This clip is pretty depressing from the whole host of reasons mentioned in above posts, but I have to wonder if perhaps this individual actually represents the mentality of a large number of our fellow citizens. I've noticed that many of my colleagues in their late 20s to early 30s (I'm late 30s), who are *ostensibly* university-educated, seem to have never read any real literature; are unaware of the fact that the current "top 40" is not the summa of millennia of human musical endeavor; are nearly incapable of qualitative discrimination; are without considered political and philosophical positions; are incapable of seeing themselves as part of a global human community; are primarily interested in conspicuous consumption; are entirely unaware that they are pod-bound matrix-dwellers brainwashed by contemporary hyper-capitalism. This is the level of intellectual development and awareness one used to expect from 13 year olds, not 30 year olds. What is happening here? Federline seems to be just another symptom of this degeneration. We artists must keep fighting the good fight - art preserves and transmits the virus of civilization, and expresses that noblest and most fragile human craving: for enlightenment.
 
 

 
Sep.08.2006 @ 9:53 AM
rrrobc
pretentious intellectualism is also worthy of the fucktard mantle ^^^
 
 

 
Sep.08.2006 @ 10:21 AM
moyashi
Just my honest feelings, rrrobc...sorry for being over-earnest, but it sprang from a genuine place and some serious real-world experiences. I'm also a writer, so please forgive the writerese (it comes a bit too easily to me).

The generational responses to the war in Vietnam and the war in Iraq are a big tip-off. See anybody getting shot at Kent State these days? Nope, they've all gone shopping.

Don't get me wrong - I'm not trying to brand an entire generation...the consumers have always outnumbered the creators, and "Federlines" have existed in every era. I simply see some disturbing connections.

I hopefully assume that we on this board are involved in the creation of (sonic) art and that in addition to making a living it is about *more* than that. I've been working with Tibetan refugee and torture-victim musicians, and believe me, for them it's ALL about *more* than that.

 
 

 
Sep.08.2006 @ 10:39 AM
space_monkey
damn, 30? that dude's older than I am.
anyway, for the record, I thought everyone knew by now that you CAN polish a turd. You just gotta freeze it first. Seems like they were all outta freon when they made that video, though.


 
 

 
Sep.08.2006 @ 10:39 AM
space_monkey
damn, 30? that dude's older than I am.
anyway, for the record, I thought everyone knew by now that you CAN polish a turd. You just gotta freeze it first. Seems like they were all outta freon when they made that video, though.


 
 

 
Sep.08.2006 @ 10:51 AM
space_monkey
blame the kyoto protocol
 
 

 
Sep.08.2006 @ 12:18 PM
D' MacKinnon
I've seen better stage presence from my left shoe.

Honestly, you know Britney has the direct dial number to countless choreographers, couldn't she have called one up and spent a few months teaching her boy a few things about performance?

 
 

 
Sep.08.2006 @ 1:21 PM
RexRhino
[quote]I live in NYC and travel a few times a year to Japan and Europe. I haven't watched American TV in over two years and generally distance myself as much as possible from mainstream popular culture, so I've never heard of this Federline creature[/quote]

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