Wed, 1 Jul 1998 12:53:08 EDT
i forget who wrote it the other day, but i suppose i am responding to the
person whom wrote about their meeting of Bono. And they said afterward, that
maybe the band respects those who keep their cool rather than go running
toward them screaming at hte sight of the band. I can totally see this as a
valad point. Having never met Bono or Larry, or Adam or Edge, I cant say how
i would react to them in real life. But I can make a good guess saying that I
would probably be one of the ones running up to them, screaming like an idiot.
But I can say now, that if that day ever comes(it will) I will remember what
you said, and behave. So thats all there is about that..
But the other day, i was looking at a U2 websight, and they were showing
pictures of the Popmart concert in , i think, Los Angeles. The pictures were
categoried into three things.... The band, the fans, and the celebrities.
Looking at the picture of all of the celebrities at the concert made me kind
of mad. I pictured them showing up in their limosines, being escorted to their
front row seats. I suppose what made me mad is how they have everything
handed over to them.... did they stand in line for hours trying to get a good
seat??? I DOUBT IT. Did they have to save up for three months to be able to
buy that ticket???(I was thirteen at the time)YEAH RIGHT! it just makes me
think that they show up to be seen, that they dont really care.....then again.
i dont have very much respect for the famous... (Except for U2, and that one
reason i was drawn toward them) they all just seem to me like a bunch of dumb
bimbos who look to be seen. and they use their famousness wrong.... and um...
they should leave the good seats for the real fans, like me.... tee hee.
sorry.. just had to get that out, it has been bugging me for a long time....
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