Fred Durst on 91X’s Morning Show – TOMORROW!

By , June 15, 2009 07:18

That’s right, you read it here… hear ol’ fat britches himself get held accountable for the travesty that has been his sad excuse for a musical career and for subjecting us to atrocious BS like Puddle of Mudd. If you’re in the San Diego area, you can listen on your radio at 91.1 on the FM dial. If you’re anywhere else, you can listen online here.

Mat Diablo, Carlos, and Sammi… good luck tomorrow. You’re going to need it. I’ve heard he’s gotten pretty crotchety in his old age…

Listen to 91X Tomorrow Morning…

By , June 14, 2009 23:21

Just when Fred thought it was safe to pop back into the public eye…

Click here at about 7:30AM (Pacific Time) tomorrow – Monday, June 15 – and listen to Mat Diablo with a special guest. If you’re in the San Diego area, tune into 91.1 on your radio and listen during your drive to work.

In site update news, you may have noticed that we’ve completely updated the look of the site – finally – and have dragged a lot of the old stuff back with us. There are still a lot of entries needing to be moved from the “archive” pages to proper posts, so that’s something that will be worked on this week. Should be a pretty quick fix, but otherwise… peruse and enjoy! We’ll have new stuff for you regularly. Also, if you’d like to follow us on Twitter, please add @ihatefreddurst and we’ll be happy to add you back! We’ll be tweeting when there are new posts and other fun stuff. So go follow us already!

What a Great Role Model…

By , June 14, 2009 22:09


Rocker Fred Durst has a “phobia” about elections – and insists US President Barack Obama is not the right man for the job.

The Limp Bizkit frontman refused to vote in the American presidential elections last year as he has no faith in the US’s political system.

He is adamant politicians are corrupt – and America has still not found a worthy leader, despite Obama’s overwhelming popularity.

Durst tells Kerrang! magazine, “I did not vote. It’s a phobia I have, there’s something psychological about it. I know it’s not responsible, but I’ve voted for lots of things besides the President – lots of things that have changed children’s lives and the planet’s life. I just haven’t voted for a President because I still believe we haven’t found one.”

But despite his reservations, Durst is not ruling out pursuing a career in politics: “I could see myself having a very substantial point of view and contribution to helping politics get on the path of being less corrupt. It’s so f**king corrupt – it’s out of control and it’s anarchy.”

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