Tuesday, January 8, 2013

I love Megadeth but what the hell?

Over the course of the last year or two it seems that the main man in one of my favorite metal bands Megadeth is losing his mind. I'm talking Dave Mustaine of course, and although I love the band I don't think I can be a fan of this man anymore. From his musings about the government, and we are all entitled to our opinions, but some of what he has said is mind blowing.

Here's Mustaine on Obama and some of the recent tragic public shootings:
"Back in my country, my president, is trying to pass a gun ban so he's staging all of these murders. The 'Fast and Furious' thing down at the border. And Aurora, Colorado, all the people that were killed there. And now, the beautiful people at the Sikh temple."
On his Men's Warehouse gift-card not showing up:

I really think that it sucks when people make false claims, that they don't care to make good on a problem that is clearly their fault, and with all of the "ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEE IT" crap I just had to say something. We are all living in very tight financial times right now, and like I said, you may not wear a suit for your job or for an event or occasion, but if you do, I would strongly recommend you wear someone else's suits. Go to Jos. A Bank instead. I for one, will never set foot in a Men's Warehouse, even for shelter from a blizzard.
On the possibility of chemtrails: 
"Shame on the pilots spraying the grid lines in the once beautiful skies of San Diego. Shame, shame, shame! It's aluminum oxides & barium salts. They know what their cargo is. Only a fool or an accomplice would argue the unarguable. #chemtrails."
Oh what are chemtrails? Conspiracy theorists believe that the line of condensation from jet airplanes are actually chemicals being sprayed to effect the climate.

Looks like nothing is safe from the musings of Dave Mustaine, and I guess I now have time to listen to other bands since I may not be as excited to listen to Rust in Peace or Countdown to Extinction as I once was.

1 comment:

  1. Better then Artimus Pyle and his joining NAMBLA. ( Look it up peasants)