Kurt Cobain Guitar Statue Unveiled

A statue in memory of the Nirvana frontman is unveiled in his hometown near the bridge from "Something In The Way".

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A statue in memory of Kurt Cobain was unveiled in his hometown of Aberdeen Washington yesterday, on the 17th anniversary of his death. The statue was revealed near the Young Street Bridge, which Cobain wrote about in "Something In The Way". It is also said that he would sometimes sit under the bridge to write his music. The statue is a concrete cast of a Fender Jag-Stang, and was the work of local artist Lora Malakoff. "I first moved to Aberdeen right after Kurt Cobain died", she said. "And I was always surprised there was nothing here to memorialize him. I had always hoped there would be. As one generation goes and another takes over, things change. That's what happened here with Kurt Cobain." A steel ribbon has lyrics to the song "On A Plain" embedded, saying "One more special message to go and then I'm done and I can go home." "I'm not a fan of his music, but I respect him as an artist", Aberdeen Mayor Bill Simpson said. "And I think it's a good thing the city has devoted some time and energy to honor Kurt Cobain." The town have paid tribute to Cobain before, with the phrase "Come As You Are" appearing in places as obscure as their water bill, and also with a star on the sidewalk as part of the city's walk of fame.
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    SlashWannabe1
    bustapr wrote: yeah sure make a staatue of the dude who ate a bucket of heroine, wrote a note to his imaginary friend, and killed himself with a shotgun, and left his wife and daughter alone. I dont know why people idolize him so much, if he was a complete prick.
    Well Said Kurt was useless.
    rechris06
    bustapr wrote: yeah sure make a staatue of the dude who ate a bucket of heroine, wrote a note to his imaginary friend, and killed himself with a shotgun, and left his wife and daughter alone. I dont know why people idolize him so much, if he was a complete prick.
    You don't know half the story so shut your mouth, his wife was a prick and the statue is of a fender stratocaster, get your shit straight. A people idolize him because he is a memorable artist that has accomplished more that you will probably ever do in your lifetime.
    ant99si
    www.facebook.com/loungeactnj NIRVANA TRIBUTE BAND LOUNGE ACT .... GRUNGE will never die. Remember this whether you like it or not NIRVANA and Kurt Cobain will live forever just like the Beatles and John Lennon. Get over it yes he was a heroin addict yes he killed himself. If that was his answer for his escape enough. Its been 17yrs. He made music that will live forever and Nirvana will go down as one of the greatest bands of all time.
    Darkmaus
    Soma3009 wrote: This statue SHOULD be in Seattle. Aberdeen is a meth-head town these days. Put it in the Seattle Center somewhere, or right in front of the Croc. Why put a statue in a place that messed up Kurt the most?
    The depressive and drug abusive people from Aberdeen might learn that they could also try and make a music career instead of killing themselves. No over-generalisation intended though. Just following your "facts".
    lefthandstrat
    he was a manic depressive on drugs, it was quite a sad life for him when you think about it. Show some goddamn respect and understand that his music was him explaining to the world what was in his mind.
    rechris06
    CFH-For-Life wrote: chilledguitar : CFH-For-Life wrote: bustapr : yeah sure make a staatue of the dude who ate a bucket of heroine, wrote a note to his imaginary friend, and killed himself with a shotgun, and left his wife and daughter alone. I dont know why people idolize him so much, if he was a complete prick This, I couldn't of said it better. Its ****ing sickening that Kurt Cobain gets pretty much worshiped while theirs other musicians that CLEARLY deserve recognition more than him. So stupid... "Hey lets make a statue for guy that did more heroine than fat guys ate McDonalds, OH AND TO TOP IT OFF HE KILLED HIMSELF AND LEFT HER DAUGHTER TO NOT GROW UP WITHOUT A DAD " Maybe they should've made a statue of him with a shotgun in his mouth and heroine tracks all up his arm and courtney right next to him counting all his money. Oh trolling? No, i am not, i speak my opinion like the first amendment allows me to. yeah that may be true, but nirvana were the sort of band which started grunge music off, if not popularised it, and like punk music it was a major "FUCK YOU AND THIS SHITT" to the rest of the music scene in the early 90's and btw, actually go and read a his biography, i have and although it didn't give me all the details, kurt was bi-polar, had a shitty life, had a drug problem which he tried to beat, then in his death note he said that his daughter would be better off without him as an influence for drugs, he loved his wife and daughter a lot, but the music and drugs made him insane, and i think that should say it all really Just because he had a biography doesnt mean its true, act like people dont write books to make money.
    Are you braindead or something? for a CoB fan i would expect a little more maturity out of you.. And he didn't write the books just for money, the guy wasn't poor, blame it on OJ.
    kid meatball
    rechris06 wrote: You don't know half the story so shut your mouth, his wife was a prick and the statue is of a fender stratocaster, get your shit straight. A people idolize him because he is a memorable artist that has accomplished more that you will probably ever do in your lifetime.
    Fender Jaguar. Maybe fact check a bit before you shoot your mouth off. Yeah I did
    Deathlock257
    Campion95 wrote: A guy who was well known too be a bad guitarist gets a statute made of his guitar...nice one they should of just made a statue of Cobain himself rather than something he couldn't even tune. p.s I like Nirvana but Cobain was a terrible guitarist.
    What in the hell are you talking about? Have you ever listened to alot of their songs? He was amazing at guitar!
    Deathlock257
    RockInPeaceDime wrote: Never cared much for the guy or Nirvana in general. Don't really have anything against them, but could certainly live without them. With that said, let's all stop with the "I'm perfect, Kurt was a ****ing junky prick." How about a slight bit of compassion? How about a little putting yourself in the shoes of someone who made shitty decisions and couldn't reach the mentality to find a way out of those mistakes? If you're incapable of lending compassion or a helping hand to people in these types of situations, feel free to also be incapable of lending your hollow words and arrogant attitudes. I've been on UG for a while. I've read the forums and these comments. I know a lot of members here haven't had easy lives to say the least. Evidently those people make up a smaller percentage of members than I thought based on these comments. All I see is people sitting behind their computers on their nice high-speed Internet shitting on the "legacy" of a dead man, a man who obviously made giant mistakes and had some mental health issues. But hey, the people in these comments are perfect. Never made a mistake in their lives. Never desired compassion from anyone. Never needed help from anyone. And Kurt was the prick? Right...
    I love you.
    RockInPeaceDime
    Never cared much for the guy or Nirvana in general. Don't really have anything against them, but could certainly live without them. With that said, let's all stop with the "I'm perfect, Kurt was a ****ing junky prick." How about a slight bit of compassion? How about a little putting yourself in the shoes of someone who made shitty decisions and couldn't reach the mentality to find a way out of those mistakes? If you're incapable of lending compassion or a helping hand to people in these types of situations, feel free to also be incapable of lending your hollow words and arrogant attitudes. I've been on UG for a while. I've read the forums and these comments. I know a lot of members here haven't had easy lives to say the least. Evidently those people make up a smaller percentage of members than I thought based on these comments. All I see is people sitting behind their computers on their nice high-speed Internet shitting on the "legacy" of a dead man, a man who obviously made giant mistakes and had some mental health issues. But hey, the people in these comments are perfect. Never made a mistake in their lives. Never desired compassion from anyone. Never needed help from anyone. And Kurt was the prick? Right...
    Vacuity
    Vash_15 wrote: An average musician who made average music. If he didn't kill himself, I guarantee no one would give a shit about him or Nirvana anymore
    Yeah because no one cared about nirvana before he killed himself right?
    Slap-happy
    kid meatball wrote: rechris06 wrote: You don't know half the story so shut your mouth, his wife was a prick and the statue is of a fender stratocaster, get your shit straight. A people idolize him because he is a memorable artist that has accomplished more that you will probably ever do in your lifetime. Fender Jaguar. Maybe fact check a bit before you shoot your mouth off. Yeah I did
    You're both wrong - it's a JAGSTANG - Cobain's amalgamation of a Mustang and a Jaguar.
    guitarmazdur
    SMB13 wrote: bustapr wrote: yeah sure make a staatue of the dude who ate a bucket of heroine, wrote a note to his imaginary friend, and killed himself with a shotgun, and left his wife and daughter alone. I dont know why people idolize him so much, if he was a complete prick. /facepalm On a serious note, cool beans.
    yes, facepalm is correct.
    Slaytan666
    korn_dawg wrote: Slayer88 wrote: LETS SMASH IT!!!!! YYYYEEEEEAAHHHH I was kind of hoping someone would suggest we smash the guitar statue. The act itself would be a better way to honor Kurt's memory
    +1 If he were alive, he'd probably smash it himself. With one of his Jagstangs.
    [x]Huffy[x]
    psykopoo wrote: Ironic that a statue immortalising Cobain would appear in the place he wanted most to escape as a youth. Ironic that a lyric from a plainly apathetic soul would be plastered onto a piece of legislation. Oh the hypocracy.
    You know what's ironic? "...I swear that I don't have a gun, no I don't have a gun..."
    chilledguitar
    CFH-For-Life wrote: bustapr : yeah sure make a staatue of the dude who ate a bucket of heroine, wrote a note to his imaginary friend, and killed himself with a shotgun, and left his wife and daughter alone. I dont know why people idolize him so much, if he was a complete prick This, I couldn't of said it better. Its ****ing sickening that Kurt Cobain gets pretty much worshiped while theirs other musicians that CLEARLY deserve recognition more than him. So stupid... "Hey lets make a statue for guy that did more heroine than fat guys ate McDonalds, OH AND TO TOP IT OFF HE KILLED HIMSELF AND LEFT HER DAUGHTER TO NOT GROW UP WITHOUT A DAD " Maybe they should've made a statue of him with a shotgun in his mouth and heroine tracks all up his arm and courtney right next to him counting all his money. Oh trolling? No, i am not, i speak my opinion like the first amendment allows me to.
    yeah that may be true, but nirvana were the sort of band which started grunge music off, if not popularised it, and like punk music it was a major "FUCK YOU AND THIS SHITT" to the rest of the music scene in the early 90's and btw, actually go and read a his biography, i have and although it didn't give me all the details, kurt was bi-polar, had a shitty life, had a drug problem which he tried to beat, then in his death note he said that his daughter would be better off without him as an influence for drugs, he loved his wife and daughter a lot, but the music and drugs made him insane, and i think that should say it all really. don't judge a book by its cover kids
    korn_dawg
    Slayer88 wrote: LETS SMASH IT!!!!! YYYYEEEEEAAHHHH
    I was kind of hoping someone would suggest we smash the guitar statue. The act itself would be a better way to honor Kurt's memory
    --ESTRANGED--
    i can think of more worthy people that deserve a memorial statue. And 17 years? bit of a weird number huh? fair enough 10, 15 or 20, but 17?
    Anjohl
    Ironic that it's of a guitar Kurt never played on any album or live, and that he didn't particularly like.
    CFH-For-Life
    chilledguitar : CFH-For-Life wrote: bustapr : yeah sure make a staatue of the dude who ate a bucket of heroine, wrote a note to his imaginary friend, and killed himself with a shotgun, and left his wife and daughter alone. I dont know why people idolize him so much, if he was a complete prick This, I couldn't of said it better. Its ****ing sickening that Kurt Cobain gets pretty much worshiped while theirs other musicians that CLEARLY deserve recognition more than him. So stupid... "Hey lets make a statue for guy that did more heroine than fat guys ate McDonalds, OH AND TO TOP IT OFF HE KILLED HIMSELF AND LEFT HER DAUGHTER TO NOT GROW UP WITHOUT A DAD " Maybe they should've made a statue of him with a shotgun in his mouth and heroine tracks all up his arm and courtney right next to him counting all his money. Oh trolling? No, i am not, i speak my opinion like the first amendment allows me to. yeah that may be true, but nirvana were the sort of band which started grunge music off, if not popularised it, and like punk music it was a major "FUCK YOU AND THIS SHITT" to the rest of the music scene in the early 90's and btw, actually go and read a his biography, i have and although it didn't give me all the details, kurt was bi-polar, had a shitty life, had a drug problem which he tried to beat, then in his death note he said that his daughter would be better off without him as an influence for drugs, he loved his wife and daughter a lot, but the music and drugs made him insane, and i think that should say it all really
    Just because he had a biography doesnt mean its true, act like people dont write books to make money.
    slash.r0cks
    Smokinjoerules1 wrote: Why is this guy such a f*cking martar for everyone???? The only thing good to come out of Nirvana was Dave Grohl, Kurt was an idiot who had MAJOR issues with his life. "Hurr, ima gona shoot myself with a shotgun for no reason, even tho i have a new born son" Not digging on Nirvana fans at all, just kurt himself
    I agree with some of this. Kurt was like the Charlie Sheen of grunge music: a total mess who screwed his whole life and family over. Grohl, on the other hand, is God, hands down. Don't get me wrong, I loved Nirvana's music, and chances are Dave and Krist wouldn't be anywhere without Nirvana, but people like Dave Grohl don't get around with fame like he and Foo Fights do without being a generally good person.
    TomWhaley
    Vash_15 wrote: An average musician who made average music. If he didn't kill himself, I guarantee no one would give a shit about him or Nirvana anymore
    Wrong wrong wrong. It wasn't about how "great" the music was. It was just about the music he was playing. He paved an entire new genre of music and provided the voice of a generation. Sure the songs weren't technically brilliant and he was a terrible guitar player.. but that doesn't mean no one would give a shit about him or Nirvana anymore if he was still alive....
    Slap-happy
    bustapr wrote: yeah sure make a staatue of the dude who ate a bucket of heroine, wrote a note to his imaginary friend, and killed himself with a shotgun, and left his wife and daughter alone. I dont know why people idolize him so much, if he was a complete prick.
    Knew him well did you or are you simply going by what you've heard in the media?
    Anjohl : Ironic that it's of a guitar Kurt never played on any album or live, and that he didn't particularly like.
    He played a Jagstang on the final tour in Europe. Two were originally built and one shipped to him. Apparently he was talking to Fender about making refinements and altering the shape slightly.
    Vash_15
    An average musician who made average music. If he didn't kill himself, I guarantee no one would give a shit about him or Nirvana anymore
    CaliforniaKid
    I'm assuming that the statue is an "artists rendition", because the lower bout is way too big and it doesn't have the pick-up switches. I know because I have a lefty Jagstang from 1996, and that males me way cooler than you.
    rocker222
    RockInPeaceDime wrote: Never cared much for the guy or Nirvana in general. Don't really have anything against them, but could certainly live without them. With that said, let's all stop with the "I'm perfect, Kurt was a ****ing junky prick." How about a slight bit of compassion? How about a little putting yourself in the shoes of someone who made shitty decisions and couldn't reach the mentality to find a way out of those mistakes? If you're incapable of lending compassion or a helping hand to people in these types of situations, feel free to also be incapable of lending your hollow words and arrogant attitudes. I've been on UG for a while. I've read the forums and these comments. I know a lot of members here haven't had easy lives to say the least. Evidently those people make up a smaller percentage of members than I thought based on these comments. All I see is people sitting behind their computers on their nice high-speed Internet shitting on the "legacy" of a dead man, a man who obviously made giant mistakes and had some mental health issues. But hey, the people in these comments are perfect. Never made a mistake in their lives. Never desired compassion from anyone. Never needed help from anyone. And Kurt was the prick? Right...
    wow. thats a win for this man
    HatsForEveryone
    RockInPeaceDime wrote: Never cared much for the guy or Nirvana in general. Don't really have anything against them, but could certainly live without them. With that said, let's all stop with the "I'm perfect, Kurt was a ****ing junky prick." How about a slight bit of compassion? How about a little putting yourself in the shoes of someone who made shitty decisions and couldn't reach the mentality to find a way out of those mistakes? If you're incapable of lending compassion or a helping hand to people in these types of situations, feel free to also be incapable of lending your hollow words and arrogant attitudes. I've been on UG for a while. I've read the forums and these comments. I know a lot of members here haven't had easy lives to say the least. Evidently those people make up a smaller percentage of members than I thought based on these comments. All I see is people sitting behind their computers on their nice high-speed Internet shitting on the "legacy" of a dead man, a man who obviously made giant mistakes and had some mental health issues. But hey, the people in these comments are perfect. Never made a mistake in their lives. Never desired compassion from anyone. Never needed help from anyone. And Kurt was the prick? Right...
    Please someone with a tattoo gun and a bit of time, tattoo this to every person's head that rips on Cobain and others in a similar position. This is brilliant. Well done.
    ANdrzK
    CFH-For-Life wrote: i speak my opinion like the first amendment allows me to.
    And every constitution in every other free country
    nejwashere543
    People always dis him about his personal life but he helped create a musical revolution with his music and lyrics. They can always hate him but they cannot argue that he was a forefather of grunge music and had a huge impact on music that we listen to today.
    prplhayesvp70
    RC52190 wrote: RockInPeaceDime wrote: Never cared much for the guy or Nirvana in general. Don't really have anything against them, but could certainly live without them. With that said, let's all stop with the "I'm perfect, Kurt was a ****ing junky prick." How about a slight bit of compassion? How about a little putting yourself in the shoes of someone who made shitty decisions and couldn't reach the mentality to find a way out of those mistakes? If you're incapable of lending compassion or a helping hand to people in these types of situations, feel free to also be incapable of lending your hollow words and arrogant attitudes. I've been on UG for a while. I've read the forums and these comments. I know a lot of members here haven't had easy lives to say the least. Evidently those people make up a smaller percentage of members than I thought based on these comments. All I see is people sitting behind their computers on their nice high-speed Internet shitting on the "legacy" of a dead man, a man who obviously made giant mistakes and had some mental health issues. But hey, the people in these comments are perfect. Never made a mistake in their lives. Never desired compassion from anyone. Never needed help from anyone. And Kurt was the prick? Right... Every once in a great while someone makes a comment on an article that's so awesome that it pretty sums up all of the non-trolls feelings about the article. This phenomenon occurs so rarely that a medal or prize should be awarded every time it happens. You, sir are the person who made that comment
    ^This. And I read a huge book about him, and he did have stomach pains like his whole life and doctors couldn't do shit for him, they'd just prescribe whatever random drug which usually had methadone (basically synthetic heroin)or something like that. I'm not gonna say thats the only reason he touched that shit, but its a bitch. I've watched all of my friends go through that shit(one of them being my childhood best friend whos one of the smartest people I know), and its very painful. So all of you who are like "f***ing junky" can piss off. There's more to the f***ing story than he was just a god damn junky.
    thedevil
    RC52190 wrote: RockInPeaceDime wrote: Never cared much for the guy or Nirvana in general. Don't really have anything against them, but could certainly live without them. With that said, let's all stop with the "I'm perfect, Kurt was a ****ing junky prick." How about a slight bit of compassion? How about a little putting yourself in the shoes of someone who made shitty decisions and couldn't reach the mentality to find a way out of those mistakes? If you're incapable of lending compassion or a helping hand to people in these types of situations, feel free to also be incapable of lending your hollow words and arrogant attitudes. I've been on UG for a while. I've read the forums and these comments. I know a lot of members here haven't had easy lives to say the least. Evidently those people make up a smaller percentage of members than I thought based on these comments. All I see is people sitting behind their computers on their nice high-speed Internet shitting on the "legacy" of a dead man, a man who obviously made giant mistakes and had some mental health issues. But hey, the people in these comments are perfect. Never made a mistake in their lives. Never desired compassion from anyone. Never needed help from anyone. And Kurt was the prick? Right... Every once in a great while someone makes a comment on an article that's so awesome that it pretty sums up all of the non-trolls feelings about the article. This phenomenon occurs so rarely that a medal or prize should be awarded every time it happens. You, sir are the person who made that comment
    I agree 100%, enough so that I will look silly and double post after already siding w/ someones opinion and making my own. this post should be forwarded to everyone who has a stick up their a** about hating Kurt.
    tjdwo09
    If I had this many idiots talking about me I'd prolly kill myself too.
    thedevil
    SMB13 wrote: bustapr wrote: yeah sure make a staatue of the dude who ate a bucket of heroine, wrote a note to his imaginary friend, and killed himself with a shotgun, and left his wife and daughter alone. I dont know why people idolize him so much, if he was a complete prick. /facepalm On a serious note, cool beans.
    Facepalm +1 funny how people can hate this guy for the dumb shit he did when "heroes" of rock are practically commended for drinking themselves to death *cough*JonBonhamandBonScott*cough, or druggies like Eric Clapton. but cause Kurt was such an emotional artist it's ok to not repect him cause of the fact he had a mental depression disorder and a heroin addiction. christ
    vagelier
    nejwashere543 wrote: People always dis him about his personal life but he helped create a musical revolution with his music and lyrics. They can always hate him but they cannot argue that he was a forefather of grunge music and had a huge impact on music that we listen to today.
    Obviously he was very influential, but that doesn't take away the fact that he was a mess. Someone said it, he is the charlie sheen of grunge music. His music might've been great, but I for one don't think that someone who was quite clearly addicted to heroin and who shot himself should be an example to anyone, hence he doesn't deserve a statue.
    beast121
    Smokinjoerules1 wrote: Why is this guy such a f*cking martar for everyone???? The only thing good to come out of Nirvana was Dave Grohl, Kurt was an idiot who had MAJOR issues with his life. "Hurr, ima gona shoot myself with a shotgun for no reason, even tho i have a new born son" Not digging on Nirvana fans at all, just kurt himself
    He has no son however he has a daughter so look it up before you post a comment you inbred ****
    Toxic Trash
    beast121 wrote: Smokinjoerules1 wrote: Why is this guy such a f*cking martar for everyone???? The only thing good to come out of Nirvana was Dave Grohl, Kurt was an idiot who had MAJOR issues with his life. "Hurr, ima gona shoot myself with a shotgun for no reason, even tho i have a new born son" Not digging on Nirvana fans at all, just kurt himself He has no son however he has a daughter so look it up before you post a comment you inbred ****
    Cheers
    SixStringDemon
    All I know is that New Hampshire better not wait this ****ing long for a giant stone Dio to become a permanent part of their skyline.
    Gibson0726
    So Kurt Cobain was the only influential musician that was depressed and did drugs? What gives people the right to bag on Kurt? I'm pretty sure no one here knew him personally. I feel like I'm beating a dead horse but before you say how horrible of a person or role model Kurt was, just have some basic respect him and maybe even some empathy because of the pain that he did go through (as expressed in his lyrics and journals, etc.)...oh yea and if Kurt is a bad role model then I'm sure if I browse your music collection there won't be a single artist that has ever suffered from severe depression or a substance abuse problem.
    Campion95
    Samarth Arora wrote: Campion95 wrote: A guy who was well known too be a bad guitarist gets a statute made of his guitar...nice one they should of just made a statue of Cobain himself rather than something he couldn't even tune. p.s I like Nirvana but Cobain was a terrible guitarist. Oh n if u don know, y the hell do pricks lyk u even hv 2 talk?? He once confessed that he intentionally chose that lower model guitar 4 they were hard 2 tune. so much that all the pain of goin through its tuning made him feel alive...! So shut up!!
    Hey man i'm not a prick just look up live videos of Nirvana the guitar is not in tune in a lot of them. p.s at least a prick like me is actually able to spell...just saying
    nirvanarules888
    Its funny everyone cuts Kurt up about his drug use what about elvis, Jimmi etc the list goes on many greats have used drugs and it killed them. They use the drugs to get over there pain and their music just proves how hurt their souls were RIP to all the greats and the message to kids should be no matter how famouse you are you are not invincibil, drugs kill.
    ippystratman
    psykopoo wrote: Ironic that a statue immortalising Cobain would appear in the place he wanted most to escape as a youth. Ironic that a lyric from a plainly apathetic soul would be plastered onto a piece of legislation. Oh the hypocracy.
    agreed, very much so. but at least he actually has a memorial of some sort now
    Cam'sGuitarSolo
    Let's be real, If you like that statue or not and if you liked Cobain or not... That is an awesome tribute! Ok I would be a bigger fan of making a statue of himself, Even if that is so expectable. This guitar how ugly or how nice it is (It's art so it is your own opinion), it is a TRIBUTE!!! If you would plant a tree or just would put a little rock on the ground, it stays a tribute to a musician and it's all personal taste in liking or disliking anything that has to do with it. So if your a hater please be nice and stfu, Thank you
    JohnnyApplecore
    RockInPeaceDime wrote: Never cared much for the guy or Nirvana in general. Don't really have anything against them, but could certainly live without them. With that said, let's all stop with the "I'm perfect, Kurt was a ****ing junky prick." How about a slight bit of compassion? How about a little putting yourself in the shoes of someone who made shitty decisions and couldn't reach the mentality to find a way out of those mistakes? If you're incapable of lending compassion or a helping hand to people in these types of situations, feel free to also be incapable of lending your hollow words and arrogant attitudes. I've been on UG for a while. I've read the forums and these comments. I know a lot of members here haven't had easy lives to say the least. Evidently those people make up a smaller percentage of members than I thought based on these comments. All I see is people sitting behind their computers on their nice high-speed Internet shitting on the "legacy" of a dead man, a man who obviously made giant mistakes and had some mental health issues. But hey, the people in these comments are perfect. Never made a mistake in their lives. Never desired compassion from anyone. Never needed help from anyone. And Kurt was the prick? Right...
    Just... wow. VERY well spoken.
    RC52190
    BwareDWare94 wrote: NHECOS wrote: His music trully changed my life and the way I see the world today. I didn't know anything could be trully changed. can someone explain what the hell trully means? Please? Fuck. It's a FIVE LETTER WORD. Spell it right.
    Wow get over it, dude. If the guy was making a comment bashing this article or anything in general that offended you, I could see why you're acting like a prick but he's making a sincere statement about the connection he has with Nirvana's music so don't be such an ***** because of a typo, like you've never made one in your life.