The spam problem is all over the news – I have to delete hundreds of messages a day – but when U2 does it it’s legitimate.
It’s almost like the band doesn’t live in the real world, like they think their crap doesn’t stink, like since their intentions are good, we can’t question their actions.
Ever think of the consequences?
Meanwhile, they’re spinning plates at warp speed. They get Rolling Stone to write about old U2 music climbing the iTunes charts and then trumpet this b.s. all over the Internet.
Give me the volume, not the chart number.
If you think being on a sales chart counts today, you probably don’t have a Spotify account, never mind children addicted to YouTube.
But there you have America in a nutshell. If I just say something long enough and loud enough I win. Continue reading