Doesn't it ever tire you that when people talk about punk music, it's always about the sex pistols, the clash, the ramones, and some occasions, Black Flag (even then I bet they never listened to anything past Damaged and shit talk about My War-era Black Flag. That shit was tight), Minor Threat, Dead Kennedys and The Exploited? I've seen punk musicians that worked harder and more dedicated to punk rock and they don't even get half the credit Wattie gets in an hour. It tires me on how people think punks are a bunch of mindless nihilists or a bunch of drunken idiots. If you ask me, it's because they have lousy role models to follow. We have a scene where GG Allin is celebrated because he shits on stage and Kathleen Hanna is reviled for being a feminist. So I came to the conclusion that the reason is that the old guard of punk is over-celebrated whilst the new guard was often ignored. No one knows Martin Sorrendeguy, Matt Domino, Eve Libertine, Mike Park, Justin Pearson, Shane Embury, Sam McPheeters, Mark McCoy, Felix Havoc, etc. These individuals formed new subgenres of punk, made punk a new voice for a new generation of youth, and what they got in return was a bunch of interviews in some zines, and plenty of people slagging them off for not "being punk" Let's destroy the old idols. Tell people Sex Pistols is a shitty band and it's a good thing Sid Od'd. Buy The Exploited CDs by the bucketload and then crush and dump them somewhere. Spread the word on the new idols of punk. The new has to replace the old.