NO ONE WANTS TO BE REMINDED OF LIMP BIZKIT
Last week, Fred Durst gave an interview to Kerrang! which he made the following admission:
“…in 2000, there were 35 million people who connected to this band. Twelve years later, lots of those people have moved on. We were a moment in time and it’s over.”
Which is actually kind of amazing, because rarely do you hear an artist admit that he was part of a fad, a flash in the pan. (A lot of people even interpreted this statement to mean “Limp Bizkit is breaking up,” which, unfortunately isn’t true, and isn’t what Freddy said; he was really just answering the question “Why don’t Limp Bizkit tour the U.S. anymore?”) And a lot of people don’t want to be reminded of that flash in the pan. Like this school teacher:
He’s only subtracting sixteen points for this idiot kid’s misstep? If it were me, I’d hold a very serious parent/teacher conference in which I told the parents what a horrible job they’re doing. Then I’d call child services for good measure. Clearly, this little shit needs professional help.
[via… thanks to Jesse for the tip!]