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    Kurt Cobain Memorial thread

    It's hard to believe it's been ten years since that day.

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    "Well it's been ten years and a thousand tears"
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    "There is a hell of a huge difference between skiing as a sport- or even as a lifestyle- and skiing as an industry"
    Hunter S. Thompson, 1970 (RIP)

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    On that note: Here's to pussies killing themselves!!!

    http://tetongravity.com/forums/showt...&threadid=9668

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    cue posting of suicide pix
    Quote Originally Posted by blurred
    skiing is hiking all day so that you can ski on shitty gear for 5 minutes.

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    It's hard to believe anyone gives a shit.

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    "
    Gone but not forgotten"


    Yup, he was a god.

    Rich, could do any girl he wanted, lived like a rockstar..........let's treat him like a God


    SIT DOWN AND SHUT UP!!!! MORON!!!

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    Originally posted by Ted Stryker'
    It's hard to believe anyone gives a shit.

    Just bring it without the apostrophe. Thanks

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    OK, period.

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    Kurt
    By Dan Bern


    When Kurt Cobain blew out his brain,
    All the little girls they cried like rain.
    And as for me, I felt the pain,
    But I got no t-shirts left to stain
    For Kennedy, and Jesse James and
    Joan of Arc and Kurt Cobain.

    You can hear them crying down the lane
    From Portland to Maryland, from Greece to Spain.
    And as my life drips like coffee down the drain,
    My eyes dry up like a rusty chain.
    So Kennedy, and Jesse James
    Will have to cry for Kurt Cobain.

    It's a hard life and no one's to blame
    When God's not on the morning train.
    If Cain don't kill Abel, Abel kills Cain
    And tears now shed are shed in vain
    For Kennedy, and Jesse James
    And Joan of Arc and Kurt Cobain.

    There's three new roses growing in the lane.
    It was a long hard winter but now there's rain.
    If you want my tears, tell me your name.
    Give me your hand, let me feel your pain.
    But for Kennedy, and Jesse James
    There's Joan of Arc and Kurt Cobain.
    Its not that I suck at spelling, its that I just don't care

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    Ted. Stryker Guest
    Is this your next form of plagarism? 2nd cut single?

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    Hey, without the period, motherfucker.

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    Originally posted by Ted Stryker'
    Hey, without the period, motherfucker.
    Think you've had one too many. Time for beddy bed time ya drunkaerd!

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    I'm drunk but you can't spell, which just makes you stupid.

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    The day Kurt died a friend of mine said something callous, but I've got to admit, funny: "that liar. He did have a gun."

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    And she's still alive and won't shut up.

    Let's do some livin'
    After, we die

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    Thanks Kurt, you made the Foo Fighters possible.
    "I smell varmint puntang."

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    Kurt Cobain and John Lennon are dead and Courtney Love and Yoko Ono are alive. Where's the justice?!

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    I believe Courtney had the gun.
    Remind me. We'll send him a red cap and a Speedo.

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    I think it's f'ed up that some people lump him into the category with other great rock stars who left us before their time was up. He was the frontman of a decent grunge band, not the voice of a generation nor was he a musical pioneer.

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    IMHO - anyone who offs themselves, especially if they have children, are fucking cowards. If you're troubled - get help. Face your issues, don't run from them. Do I own and enjoy Nirvana albums? Yes. Do I deify Kurt Cobain or associate him with the troubles of "Generation X?" No way.

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    I've got the suicide blues
    It's like masterbation,
    it's something only I can do


    The Leaving Trains
    ˇÓrale, vato!

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    Originally posted by The AD
    The day Kurt died a friend of mine said something callous, but I've got to admit, funny: "that liar. He did have a gun."
    that is pretty funny. I don't think it's callous, just dark.

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    I think it's f'ed up that some people lump him into the category with other great rock stars who left us before their time was up. He was the frontman of a decent grunge band, not the voice of a generation nor was he a musical pioneer.
    Uhh... maybe you were living in the LBC in the early 90's, but where I was at the time, everybody identified with the guy. Even teeny boppers and yuppies. Maybe not for rational reasons, but they did. If you recall the music at the time before Nirvana it was that no talent asshole Michael Bolton, Milli Vanilli, Mr Big. Stuff that makes me wanna puke. Then Nirvana came out; something with balls. Luckily if it weren't for them Dr Dre would've saved the day. I'm not trying to make him out to be more than he was either, but he wasn't just some singer in a band.

    IMHO - anyone who offs themselves, especially if they have children, are fucking cowards. If you're troubled - get help. Face your issues, don't run from them.
    Anyone who knows nothing about psycholgical disorders is fucking ignorant. You can't just sack up; your brain won't let you. I'm not saying that all people are clinically depressed. Someone who's a little down has to help themselves, but someone who's totally fucked up like he was doesn't have the capability to do so.

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    Originally posted by shmerham
    ... everybody identified with the guy. Even teeny boppers and yuppies. Maybe not for rational reasons, but they did. If you recall the music at the time before Nirvana it was that no talent asshole Michael Bolton, Milli Vanilli, Mr Big. Stuff that makes me wanna puke. Then Nirvana came out; something with balls.
    There was some great punk rock back in the 80s...a lot of good bands set the table for Nirvana, same message, same power and passion, different timing.
    ˇÓrale, vato!

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    Originally posted by shmerham
    Uhh... maybe you were living in the LBC in the early 90's, but where I was at the time, everybody identified with the guy. Even teeny boppers and yuppies. Maybe not for rational reasons, but they did. If you recall the music at the time before Nirvana it was that no talent asshole Michael Bolton, Milli Vanilli, Mr Big. Stuff that makes me wanna puke. Then Nirvana came out; something with balls. Luckily if it weren't for them Dr Dre would've saved the day. I'm not trying to make him out to be more than he was either, but he wasn't just some singer in a band.
    Yeah, he was. Just a singer in a below average band that got lucky. I don't know where you were, but none of the people that I knew (who cared about music and had never listened to Milli Bolton Madonna Big Stuff) really thought that much of Nirvana. Loud, 4 chord music with a lot of distortion and bad singing--it had already been done a million times before.
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    Nirvana flat out ruled. Period. Dude was a great musician and their music, even when you listen to it today, is unique and powerful. The only time I turn the radio when they come on is when All Apologies is playing again. I listen to In Utero to get pumped for hitting the slopes still.

    Sad that he's gone. Even more sad that Courtney has to raise their kid cause she's even more f'd up than Kurt was.
    "Oh yeah...and she gave me her number too!"

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