An infamous statement made by Casey Kasem, regarding a death dedication he had to make to some kid's dog, after coming off of an "upbeat song" by the band U2. This statement was made widely known after a sampling of it was included in Negativland's 1991 album U2. This album was the subject of 2 lawsuits (from U2's label, Island Records, and another from Negativland's label, SST). The whole controversy inspired Negativland's slogan copyright infringement is your best entertainment value.