Charlene Grainger ([email protected])
Tue, 11 Aug 1998 22:41:58 EST
First, let me say "we're one, but we're not the same". U2, the music,
the message, crosses ALL boundaries, including age. What makes you so
sure that we "DIDN'T LIVE THROUGH IT"?!?!?
Since when does U2 apply only to a certain timeframe, or stage of life?
I do feel P'd off that a fellow U2 fan can tell OTHER FELLOW U2 FANS
that they can't appreciate U2 as much as they do, because they're not
>Some of you are missing the point of the post about being of U2
>age. I guess you read into it what you want.
Hmmmm. Well then I guess, because I'm not "36 to38 YEARS" old, that I,
as well as all the other (majority of) U2 fans who are under 36 years of
age, ARE in fact too immature to understand the "meaning" of this simple
NB: I am not meaning to be picking on any one person in particular; it
is just this whole argument itself which I view as very ignorant and
dogmatic! I just don't want to be hearing now, about age, or in the
future, that "only Irish people can understand U2: the rest of the world
didn't grow up in the same environment, atmosphere etc etc" or that
"only MALES can truly ever appreciate U2",....blah, blah blah. It is
absolutely ridiculous. U2 fans, of all people, should appreciate this!
Sorry in advance for any offence this immature outburst may have caused!
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