Rage Against the Toaster
When I suggest that with such sentiments he's veering toward the Vedderian angst, he laughs and beings sarcastically whining in a pinched voice:
Oh, the tragedy and the anguish. You just gotta Rage Against the Appliance, man. The toast is burning and you just gotta rip it out and free it before it fills the house with smoke. Rage Against the Toaster.
Rubin, Mike, 'Subterranean Homeboy Blues', Spin magazine, July 1994