Dave Grohl Thanks Birthplace For Gigantic Drumsticks

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Foo Fighters frontman and Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl was set to be honored by his birth city, Warren, Ohio, with some record breaking drumsticks. On Saturday (July 7), the 900-pound monster drumsticks made out of poplar logs were unveiled during a ceremony, and although Grohl couldn’t make the festivities in person, he was there in spirit. Grohl took out a full-page ad in the local paper to thank his hometown for the latest honor.

My hometown w00t!


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    Dreth
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    Totally pointless. Two trees had to die to serve this idiotic expression that will only serve for people that like having bragging rights for things they’ve taken no part of.

    Korinthian
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    Do you also cry like a baby for the trees that had to die so you could wipe your ass?

    Dreth
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    Hold up, a clean ass serves a purpose. Like taking it close to a keyboard and typing to you so you can feel important.

    Two gigantic shitty-looking drumsticks don’t do anything.

    Korinthian
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    Yeah, just like flags, memorials, and monuments don’t do anything.

    I mean, they just sit there, relishing in the suffering they caused to the poor materials they were constructed with.

    Dreth
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    Those are all worthless things too. See? Now they have TWO things in common.

    Korinthian
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    Just because you don’t understand something does not make it worthless.

    I’d imagine there’d be a whole bunch more of things lacking worth were that the case.

    Dreth
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    Flags, memorials, monuments, etc. All memoirs of the past. Rendering a tribute or homage to an ideal, a person, an event, etc. Most of these things are unnecessary. Nice to look at, sure, or get a boner from thinking you’re part of them, but ultimately they do far from playing an integral role in anyone’s life unless you’re some sort of die-hard asshat with flags all over your house and you think you bleed in the same colors as your flag (it’s just a damn label anyway). I find them useless. I’m also far from a hippie, I’d be hypocritical… Read more »

    Dreth
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    Previous to last sentence should read:

    “But to take down two perfectly fine trees just to allow Warren residents play tug o’ war with their dicks is not memorable.”

    Korinthian
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    That would make a lot of sense if your tastes and thoughts were somehow more important than the average Joe’s, but as it is now, it just comes across as whining about an issue you don’t actually care about.

    Trolling at your level is easy, but adding some meat to it can be hard. If you get real good (some day) at it, someone might build *you* a monument. Won’t that be exciting?

    Dreth
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    “That would make a lot of sense if your tastes and thoughts were somehow more important than the average Joe’s”

    So for a point to be valid it has to be more popular than the rest? Tsk tsk.

    Korinthian
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    In this case it’s obviously the case.

    Why else did they build this in his honor?

    Think, ffs.

    Dreth
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    What if a carpenter decided to put that lumber to better use? It’d be a lot more sensible than two giant drumsticks, but still be unpopular.

    Popular is not always related to common sense, or my initial point, usefulness.

    Korinthian
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    What if that carpenter didn’t watch TV at home and only worked to build shelters for the homeless? FYI: This is not a world where everything is put to maximum benefit to humanity.

    Popular might not always be related to common sense or usefulness. Is pop music useful? Not always!

    Go home with your platitudes, you lightweight.

    Dreth
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    So now you are just proving my point, this is popular and utterly useless.

    But keep stroking your e-peen.

    Korinthian
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    Sheesh, do you not understand the concept of “not always?”

    But anyways. Platitudes. Lightweight.

    Dreth
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    I’m talking about THIS picture. Not in absolutes.

    Oh Mighty Heavyweight of Internet Groping

    Luke Magnifico
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    Dreth, do you wear tshirts with words of images on them?

    Dreth
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    Yes, the only one I have. “I?NY”

    Luke Magnifico
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    Why not just wear a plain tshirt?

    Dreth
    Member

    Because, then, I don’t question mark New York.

    In all seriousness, the only shirt with text I have is that of picnicface.com that says “WHEN GOD GIVES YOU LEMONS… YOU FIND A NEW GOD”



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