Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst Finally on Track to Get His Own Garbage Department

Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst Finally on Track to Get His Own Garbage Department
Limp Bizkit recently reunited, but is the world really ready for rap metal to make a comeback? Judging by a new poll being held by the Solid Waste Services Department in Austin, TX, we're going to say no.

The Texas garbage department is currently holding an online poll to pick a new name. Far in the lead, with 12,629 votes as of press time, is the name "Fred Durst Society of the Humanities and Arts." That's right, Texas, soon Fred Durst could be coming to collect your garbage, recycling and yard trimmings -- if in name only.

No. 2 in the poll is the more professional (but much less funny) Department of Neat and Clean. Also on the list are Hufflepuff, George W. Bush Institution of WMD Removal, and Fark.com.

As dumb as this is, we really want to see this happen, so go here to cast your vote. You can give as many as three votes to the name of your choice.

Limp Bizkit are due to release the new album, Gold Cobra, sometime this year. It will reportedly be influenced by Daft Punk.