i think you asked some really good questions jules.
i remember when i first heard leftover crack when mediocre generica came out i properly fell in love with their music and embraced a lot of the politics and their not giving a fuck sort of attitude, and with humour too..straight edger jibes and the like.
i was stunned at how energetic and..amazing they were the first times i saw them play, but as the band seems to have been falling apart a bit recently, stza has maybe been grasping at straws. i remember at wasted he said that september 11th was 'the best fucking day of his life', which is a statement thats obviously just meant to shock. i don't suggest that it'd be entertaining to hear him lecture about the failingsof the WTO for an hour long set, but its just..ur crass. i caught a bit of his solo set earlier and remember him saying 'i prefer doing this on my own cos i can talk more, the band dont like me to talk so much' but didnt actually go on to say anything of substance, just the same tired cliches. i don't know what im trying to say. forget it. i enjoyed reading the interview though, and thought you asked some very probing questions.