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U2 => The Band => Topic started by: daveyg on October 10, 2009, 02:32:20 PM

Title: Does the band ever just get so bored with their "job"?
Post by: daveyg on October 10, 2009, 02:32:20 PM
Just reading through a few threads with people getting excited over the latest U2 gig in their local town (and rightly so) and just wondering how bored you think the band get from

(1) touring- -living out of a hotel room for two years give or take
(2) playing the same songs over and over - it might be YOUR first time hearing THAT particular song live but may be the band's millionth time playing it

Im just wondering if the band view touring as "part of the job" much the same as Id consider sending an email at work or do they still feel it as fresh as they would have 10, 20 or 30 years ago?
Title: Re: Does the band ever just get so bored with their "job"?
Post by: theocean on October 10, 2009, 05:40:01 PM
I dont think they feel its like a desk job, probably every show has its variety,
yet it is a "job" and I'm sure some parts get old like anything, yet unlike our boring
jobs, they travel and make a good profit and get more famous.
Yes they get bored but the frills are way better than If we get bored. They are U2.
Title: Re: Does the band ever just get so bored with their "job"?
Post by: Joe90usa on October 11, 2009, 12:37:09 AM
I think if the crowd is with them, it does not feel like a job. When the crowd is more of an observer than a participant, the band tend to "phone in" their performance at these shows.
Title: Re: Does the band ever just get so bored with their "job"?
Post by: Mystways on October 12, 2009, 06:43:43 AM
Well, I haven't done anything for as long as they have, but I know that during a long run of Nutcracker performances, you can get pretty sick of it. That's why dancers like to switch up their performances, maybe throw in an inside joke, or do a solo slightly different. It helps keep it fresh.

Also, Joe's comment is true to me. It makes a lot of difference if you feel like the audience is "with you". There's just a unique energy that brings.
Title: Re: Does the band ever just get so bored with their "job"?
Post by: avsky on October 13, 2009, 09:32:06 PM
Why do we try to justify their completely frivolous adulation of money? I apologize if my opinion offends anyone, but this an entirely redundant question. If they don't get bored with their "jobs", then we've come to no substantial conclusion, which was expected. However, if they do get bored, then they're unappreciative "chums".


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Title: Re: Does the band ever just get so bored with their "job"?
Post by: daveyg on October 14, 2009, 03:42:42 AM
Rules are rules - don't like them, then don't post or spend your day trying to find loopholes on how to bend or question the rules. This forum prides itself on discussing topics in an open and friendly manner and the mods jobs shouldnt feel like all their judgement based on the rules should be questioned.

Now, back on topic, noting that your opinion is as valid as anyones, but the original topic was aiming at the fact that U2 might be in a position that they're spending 2 out of every 4 years living out of a hotel room, and finding they're caught in fans looking for more and contractual restraints, they themselves might find the whole lifestyle boring and mundane.

We've come to "no substantial conclusion" as it isnt a debate - it's a forum. And the thread is relatively new. When you're here a bit longer, you'll disciver this yourself.No sudden ground shattering conclusions here!
Title: Re: Does the band ever just get so bored with their "job"?
Post by: Joe90usa on October 14, 2009, 07:13:01 AM
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Why do we try to justify their completely frivolous adulation of money? I apologize if my opinion offends anyone, but this an entirely redundant question. If they don't get bored with their "jobs", then we've come to no substantial conclusion, which was expected. However, if they do get bored, then they're unappreciative "chums".


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To address this comment; you made a grammatical mistake in my original post, therefore causing some to question my intelligence despite the mistake being yours entirely: unnapreciative is not equivalent to unappreciated.  ::) To conclude, I'm well aware of the rules, I pride myself in finding loopholes; I find it interesting that you, being a moderator, are not aware of the fact that "********", excluding the "b", because apparently it's considered profanity, can be any assortment of words; for instance: bandanas.

As a non-moderator and perhaps a non-reader of the rules that you agreed to post by, all posts are required to be in English. "Masked" words are not English and are not approved. Clearly, your knowledge of the rules is not as complete as you thought.

It happens. For instance, and I apologize for going off topic but it helps to make my point, I recently came across an example of someone's interpretation of constitutional rights that totally failed to take into account the difference between the private sector and the public sector of business and what rights pertain to each of those types of entities to run their business. It was a very simple mistake that this person made and that can happen, but the person was so caught up in the emotion of the argument that he never saw the error. Anyways, in the end we all laughed and everything turned out great.

Apologies again for the tangent. Back on topic we go!  :)
Title: Re: Does the band ever just get so bored with their "job"?
Post by: avsky on October 16, 2009, 06:06:55 PM
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Why do we try to justify their completely frivolous adulation of money? I apologize if my opinion offends anyone, but this an entirely redundant question. If they don't get bored with their "jobs", then we've come to no substantial conclusion, which was expected. However, if they do get bored, then they're unappreciative "chums".


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**As a "new" member, you may have skimmed over the rules about language that you agreed to when you signed up here. Please review them. Thanks.**

To address this comment; you made a grammatical mistake in my original post, therefore causing some to question my intelligence despite the mistake being yours entirely: unnapreciative is not equivalent to unappreciated.  ::) To conclude, I'm well aware of the rules, I pride myself in finding loopholes; I find it interesting that you, being a moderator, are not aware of the fact that "********", excluding the "b", because apparently it's considered profanity, can be any assortment of words; for instance: bandanas.

As a non-moderator and perhaps a non-reader of the rules that you agreed to post by, all posts are required to be in English. "Masked" words are not English and are not approved. Clearly, your knowledge of the rules is not as complete as you thought.

It happens. For instance, and I apologize for going off topic but it helps to make my point, I recently came across an example of someone's interpretation of constitutional rights that totally failed to take into account the difference between the private sector and the public sector of business and what rights pertain to each of those types of entities to run their business. It was a very simple mistake that this person made and that can happen, but the person was so caught up in the emotion of the argument that he never saw the error. Anyways, in the end we all laughed and everything turned out great.

Apologies again for the tangent. Back on topic we go!  :)

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As a non-moderator and perhaps a non-reader of the rules that you agreed to post by, all posts are required to be in English. "Masked" words are not English and are not approved. Clearly, your knowledge of the rules is not as complete as you thought.

"Dang" it, I was going to type my profanity in Spanish, but having read that all statements must be made in English (What a discriminatory rule), you've ruined that as well.

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It happens. For instance, and I apologize for going off topic but it helps to make my point, I recently came across an example of someone's interpretation of constitutional rights that totally failed to take into account the difference between the private sector and the public sector of business and what rights pertain to each of those types of entities to run their business.

I so happened to stumble upon that message as well, despite having no relations with the poster. I'm well aware of the rights ordained by the Constitution; any entity, despite its sector is obligated to fulfill its established laws; you can't state one thing, then rebuke that statement and punish anyone contrary to your rebuked statement. The poster, whom of which was banned, hadn't disobeyed the law instituted by this website, and more importantly, the grounds in which the moderator had established. Based on this analysis, one would conclude that what happened to the poster was a suspension of habeas corpus. To express my sentiments in regard to your understanding of law; you fail.
Title: Re: Does the band ever just get so bored with their "job"?
Post by: Joe G (Love You Like Mad Magazine) on October 16, 2009, 06:36:20 PM
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Why do we try to justify their completely frivolous adulation of money? I apologize if my opinion offends anyone, but this an entirely redundant question. If they don't get bored with their "jobs", then we've come to no substantial conclusion, which was expected. However, if they do get bored, then they're unappreciative "chums".


Quote
**As a "new" member, you may have skimmed over the rules about language that you agreed to when you signed up here. Please review them. Thanks.**

To address this comment; you made a grammatical mistake in my original post, therefore causing some to question my intelligence despite the mistake being yours entirely: unnapreciative is not equivalent to unappreciated.  ::) To conclude, I'm well aware of the rules, I pride myself in finding loopholes; I find it interesting that you, being a moderator, are not aware of the fact that "********", excluding the "b", because apparently it's considered profanity, can be any assortment of words; for instance: bandanas.

As a non-moderator and perhaps a non-reader of the rules that you agreed to post by, all posts are required to be in English. "Masked" words are not English and are not approved. Clearly, your knowledge of the rules is not as complete as you thought.

It happens. For instance, and I apologize for going off topic but it helps to make my point, I recently came across an example of someone's interpretation of constitutional rights that totally failed to take into account the difference between the private sector and the public sector of business and what rights pertain to each of those types of entities to run their business. It was a very simple mistake that this person made and that can happen, but the person was so caught up in the emotion of the argument that he never saw the error. Anyways, in the end we all laughed and everything turned out great.

Apologies again for the tangent. Back on topic we go!  :)

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As a non-moderator and perhaps a non-reader of the rules that you agreed to post by, all posts are required to be in English. "Masked" words are not English and are not approved. Clearly, your knowledge of the rules is not as complete as you thought.

"Dang" it, I was going to type my profanity in Spanish, but having read that all statements must be made in English (What a discriminatory rule), you've ruined that as well.

Quote
It happens. For instance, and I apologize for going off topic but it helps to make my point, I recently came across an example of someone's interpretation of constitutional rights that totally failed to take into account the difference between the private sector and the public sector of business and what rights pertain to each of those types of entities to run their business.

I so happened to stumble upon that message as well, despite having no relations with the poster. I'm well aware of the rights ordained by the Constitution; any entity, despite its sector is obligated to fulfill its established laws; you can't state one thing, then rebuke that statement and punish anyone contrary to your rebuked statement. The poster, whom of which was banned, hadn't disobeyed the law instituted by this website, and more importantly, the grounds in which the moderator had established. Based on this analysis, one would conclude that what happened to the poster was a suspension of habeas corpus. To express my sentiments in regard to your understanding of law; you fail.


YAWN


"Unappreciative" is not spelled correctly. You spelled it correctly the first time, but not the second. Epic fail. The dictionary pwned you.
Title: Re: Does the band ever just get so bored with their "job"?
Post by: avsky on October 16, 2009, 06:48:31 PM
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Why do we try to justify their completely frivolous adulation of money? I apologize if my opinion offends anyone, but this an entirely redundant question. If they don't get bored with their "jobs", then we've come to no substantial conclusion, which was expected. However, if they do get bored, then they're unappreciative "chums".


Quote
**As a "new" member, you may have skimmed over the rules about language that you agreed to when you signed up here. Please review them. Thanks.**

To address this comment; you made a grammatical mistake in my original post, therefore causing some to question my intelligence despite the mistake being yours entirely: unnapreciative is not equivalent to unappreciated.  ::) To conclude, I'm well aware of the rules, I pride myself in finding loopholes; I find it interesting that you, being a moderator, are not aware of the fact that "********", excluding the "b", because apparently it's considered profanity, can be any assortment of words; for instance: bandanas.

As a non-moderator and perhaps a non-reader of the rules that you agreed to post by, all posts are required to be in English. "Masked" words are not English and are not approved. Clearly, your knowledge of the rules is not as complete as you thought.

It happens. For instance, and I apologize for going off topic but it helps to make my point, I recently came across an example of someone's interpretation of constitutional rights that totally failed to take into account the difference between the private sector and the public sector of business and what rights pertain to each of those types of entities to run their business. It was a very simple mistake that this person made and that can happen, but the person was so caught up in the emotion of the argument that he never saw the error. Anyways, in the end we all laughed and everything turned out great.

Apologies again for the tangent. Back on topic we go!  :)

Quote
As a non-moderator and perhaps a non-reader of the rules that you agreed to post by, all posts are required to be in English. "Masked" words are not English and are not approved. Clearly, your knowledge of the rules is not as complete as you thought.

"Dang" it, I was going to type my profanity in Spanish, but having read that all statements must be made in English (What a discriminatory rule), you've ruined that as well.

Quote
It happens. For instance, and I apologize for going off topic but it helps to make my point, I recently came across an example of someone's interpretation of constitutional rights that totally failed to take into account the difference between the private sector and the public sector of business and what rights pertain to each of those types of entities to run their business.

I so happened to stumble upon that message as well, despite having no relations with the poster. I'm well aware of the rights ordained by the Constitution; any entity, despite its sector is obligated to fulfill its established laws; you can't state one thing, then rebuke that statement and punish anyone contrary to your rebuked statement. The poster, whom of which was banned, hadn't disobeyed the law instituted by this website, and more importantly, the grounds in which the moderator had established. Based on this analysis, one would conclude that what happened to the poster was a suspension of habeas corpus. To express my sentiments in regard to your understanding of law; you fail.


YAWN


"Unappreciative" is not spelled correctly. You spelled it correctly the first time, but not the second. Epic fail. The dictionary pwned you.


Allow me to revise your statement, due to the fact that it's riddled with grammatical errors.

Yawn; "unappreciative" is not spelled correctly; you spelled it correctly the first time, but not the second. This is an epic fail; the dictionary pwned(invalid word) showed you.  ;)

I suggest you become aware of semi-colons.
Title: Re: Does the band ever just get so bored with their "job"?
Post by: Joe G (Love You Like Mad Magazine) on October 16, 2009, 06:55:49 PM
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Why do we try to justify their completely frivolous adulation of money? I apologize if my opinion offends anyone, but this an entirely redundant question. If they don't get bored with their "jobs", then we've come to no substantial conclusion, which was expected. However, if they do get bored, then they're unappreciative "chums".


Quote
**As a "new" member, you may have skimmed over the rules about language that you agreed to when you signed up here. Please review them. Thanks.**

To address this comment; you made a grammatical mistake in my original post, therefore causing some to question my intelligence despite the mistake being yours entirely: unnapreciative is not equivalent to unappreciated.  ::) To conclude, I'm well aware of the rules, I pride myself in finding loopholes; I find it interesting that you, being a moderator, are not aware of the fact that "********", excluding the "b", because apparently it's considered profanity, can be any assortment of words; for instance: bandanas.

As a non-moderator and perhaps a non-reader of the rules that you agreed to post by, all posts are required to be in English. "Masked" words are not English and are not approved. Clearly, your knowledge of the rules is not as complete as you thought.

It happens. For instance, and I apologize for going off topic but it helps to make my point, I recently came across an example of someone's interpretation of constitutional rights that totally failed to take into account the difference between the private sector and the public sector of business and what rights pertain to each of those types of entities to run their business. It was a very simple mistake that this person made and that can happen, but the person was so caught up in the emotion of the argument that he never saw the error. Anyways, in the end we all laughed and everything turned out great.

Apologies again for the tangent. Back on topic we go!  :)

Quote
As a non-moderator and perhaps a non-reader of the rules that you agreed to post by, all posts are required to be in English. "Masked" words are not English and are not approved. Clearly, your knowledge of the rules is not as complete as you thought.

"Dang" it, I was going to type my profanity in Spanish, but having read that all statements must be made in English (What a discriminatory rule), you've ruined that as well.

Quote
It happens. For instance, and I apologize for going off topic but it helps to make my point, I recently came across an example of someone's interpretation of constitutional rights that totally failed to take into account the difference between the private sector and the public sector of business and what rights pertain to each of those types of entities to run their business.

I so happened to stumble upon that message as well, despite having no relations with the poster. I'm well aware of the rights ordained by the Constitution; any entity, despite its sector is obligated to fulfill its established laws; you can't state one thing, then rebuke that statement and punish anyone contrary to your rebuked statement. The poster, whom of which was banned, hadn't disobeyed the law instituted by this website, and more importantly, the grounds in which the moderator had established. Based on this analysis, one would conclude that what happened to the poster was a suspension of habeas corpus. To express my sentiments in regard to your understanding of law; you fail.


YAWN


"Unappreciative" is not spelled correctly. You spelled it correctly the first time, but not the second. Epic fail. The dictionary pwned you.


Allow me to revise your statement, due to the fact that it's riddled with grammatical errors.

Yawn; "unappreciative" is not spelled correctly; you spelled it correctly the first time, but not the second. This is an epic fail; the dictionary pwned(invalid word) showed you.  ;)

I suggest you become aware of semi-colons.

You're welcome. I know it must be maddening for you to misspell words. I am glad I was able to point out your shortcomings.
Title: Re: Does the band ever just get so bored with their "job"?
Post by: avsky on October 16, 2009, 07:10:52 PM
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Why do we try to justify their completely frivolous adulation of money? I apologize if my opinion offends anyone, but this an entirely redundant question. If they don't get bored with their "jobs", then we've come to no substantial conclusion, which was expected. However, if they do get bored, then they're unappreciative "chums".


Quote
**As a "new" member, you may have skimmed over the rules about language that you agreed to when you signed up here. Please review them. Thanks.**

To address this comment; you made a grammatical mistake in my original post, therefore causing some to question my intelligence despite the mistake being yours entirely: unnapreciative is not equivalent to unappreciated.  ::) To conclude, I'm well aware of the rules, I pride myself in finding loopholes; I find it interesting that you, being a moderator, are not aware of the fact that "********", excluding the "b", because apparently it's considered profanity, can be any assortment of words; for instance: bandanas.

As a non-moderator and perhaps a non-reader of the rules that you agreed to post by, all posts are required to be in English. "Masked" words are not English and are not approved. Clearly, your knowledge of the rules is not as complete as you thought.

It happens. For instance, and I apologize for going off topic but it helps to make my point, I recently came across an example of someone's interpretation of constitutional rights that totally failed to take into account the difference between the private sector and the public sector of business and what rights pertain to each of those types of entities to run their business. It was a very simple mistake that this person made and that can happen, but the person was so caught up in the emotion of the argument that he never saw the error. Anyways, in the end we all laughed and everything turned out great.

Apologies again for the tangent. Back on topic we go!  :)

Quote
As a non-moderator and perhaps a non-reader of the rules that you agreed to post by, all posts are required to be in English. "Masked" words are not English and are not approved. Clearly, your knowledge of the rules is not as complete as you thought.

"Dang" it, I was going to type my profanity in Spanish, but having read that all statements must be made in English (What a discriminatory rule), you've ruined that as well.

Quote
It happens. For instance, and I apologize for going off topic but it helps to make my point, I recently came across an example of someone's interpretation of constitutional rights that totally failed to take into account the difference between the private sector and the public sector of business and what rights pertain to each of those types of entities to run their business.

I so happened to stumble upon that message as well, despite having no relations with the poster. I'm well aware of the rights ordained by the Constitution; any entity, despite its sector is obligated to fulfill its established laws; you can't state one thing, then rebuke that statement and punish anyone contrary to your rebuked statement. The poster, whom of which was banned, hadn't disobeyed the law instituted by this website, and more importantly, the grounds in which the moderator had established. Based on this analysis, one would conclude that what happened to the poster was a suspension of habeas corpus. To express my sentiments in regard to your understanding of law; you fail.


YAWN


"Unappreciative" is not spelled correctly. You spelled it correctly the first time, but not the second. Epic fail. The dictionary pwned you.


Allow me to revise your statement, due to the fact that it's riddled with grammatical errors.

Yawn; "unappreciative" is not spelled correctly; you spelled it correctly the first time, but not the second. This is an epic fail; the dictionary pwned(invalid word) showed you.  ;)

I suggest you become aware of semi-colons.

You're welcome. I know it must be maddening for you to misspell words. I am glad I was able to point out your shortcomings.

I thought it would be interesting to respond to your, what I'm assuming you thought, invulnerable comment; it's neither substantive, relevant, nor necessary, and as a result, is difficult to respond to due to its blatant nature. Now, having "taken the pi*s out of you", so to speak, you're responding in what seems to be a defensive manner.
Title: Re: Does the band ever just get so bored with their "job"?
Post by: Joe G (Love You Like Mad Magazine) on October 16, 2009, 07:15:43 PM
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I thought it would be interesting to respond to your, what I'm assuming you thought, invulnerable comment; it's neither substantive, relevant, nor necessary, and as a result, is difficult to respond to due to its blatant nature. Now, having "taken the pi*s out of you", so to speak, you're responding in what seems to be a defensive manner.


You're welcome. I know it must be maddening for you to misspell words. I am glad I was able to point out your shortcomings.
Title: Re: Does the band ever just get so bored with their "job"?
Post by: CGE on October 16, 2009, 07:46:14 PM
Wow Joe G- some people are so angry and willing to fight with another person!
I just came in here to say that I am sure they get tired of their job! Doesnt everyone?? Even if you love it and it pays enough to live - you still may get bored sometimes.
Title: Re: Does the band ever just get so bored with their "job"?
Post by: avsky on October 16, 2009, 08:16:27 PM
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I thought it would be interesting to respond to your, what I'm assuming you thought, invulnerable comment; it's neither substantive, relevant, nor necessary, and as a result, is difficult to respond to due to its blatant nature. Now, having "taken the pi*s out of you", so to speak, you're responding in what seems to be a defensive manner.


You're welcome. I know it must be maddening for you to misspell words. I am glad I was able to point out your shortcomings.

lol
Title: Re: Does the band ever just get so bored with their "job"?
Post by: avsky on October 16, 2009, 08:17:50 PM
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Wow Joe G- some people are so angry and willing to fight with another person!
I just came in here to say that I am sure they get tired of their job! Doesnt everyone?? Even if you love it and it pays enough to live - you still may get bored sometimes.

Hmm, I like your unsubstantiated and clearly biased commentary; it's almost like a certain news station I'm so familiar with.
Title: Re: Does the band ever just get so bored with their "job"?
Post by: Joe G (Love You Like Mad Magazine) on October 16, 2009, 08:35:37 PM
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Wow Joe G- some people are so angry and willing to fight with another person!
I just came in here to say that I am sure they get tired of their job! Doesnt everyone?? Even if you love it and it pays enough to live - you still may get bored sometimes.


 :D :D

I'm sure that any job can feel like a grind at times. How does that old saying go? If you love what you do, you'll never have to work a day in your life? Even the four guys from Dublin who thank their fans for giving them a great life probably get exhausted and have plenty of down time on the road that bores them. However, I'd like to believe that if you pick up drumsticks or a guitar or a microphone before you have gotten paid a cent to perform, and you get that "jolt" when you hear your voice or that giant "E" chord or the cymbals crash, you probably fell in love a little bit, and you wanted to get together with a few other people like you, who wanted to play for the love of creating, who wanted to play to get paid, to be famous, to be the biggest and best band in the world someday. I'd like to believe that every band thinks like this. I'd like to think that every teacher wants to be the best in the world, that every baseball player, doctor, janitor, real estate agent, or chef wants to leave their mark in the world by excelling at what they do. I rambled.
Title: Re: Does the band ever just get so bored with their "job"?
Post by: StrongGirl on October 16, 2009, 08:51:30 PM
I don't think you'd be human if you didn't get bored with your job sometimes. Nothing is perfect in this world.
Title: Re: Does the band ever just get so bored with their "job"?
Post by: u2and on October 18, 2009, 02:58:55 AM
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Just reading through a few threads with people getting excited over the latest U2 gig in their local town (and rightly so) and just wondering how bored you think the band get from

(1) touring- -living out of a hotel room for two years give or take
(2) playing the same songs over and over - it might be YOUR first time hearing THAT particular song live but may be the band's millionth time playing it

Im just wondering if the band view touring as "part of the job" much the same as Id consider sending an email at work or do they still feel it as fresh as they would have 10, 20 or 30 years ago?

Don't know - I'm sure some of it is boring but it beats the hell out of most of the jobs people do!
Title: Re: Does the band ever just get so bored with their "job"?
Post by: beau99 on October 18, 2009, 04:44:26 AM
I'm quite certain that they have their "off" days. Every human being I know does...
Title: Re: Does the band ever just get so bored with their "job"?
Post by: shockdocta22 on October 18, 2009, 01:28:20 PM
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Wow Joe G- some people are so angry and willing to fight with another person!
I just came in here to say that I am sure they get tired of their job! Doesnt everyone?? Even if you love it and it pays enough to live - you still may get bored sometimes.

Hmm, I like your unsubstantiated and clearly biased commentary; it's almost like a certain news station I'm so familiar with.

??? ???

im sure they get tired of it every now and again.

For example, when they are recording for the next album.  What happens when they get a call from Eno...

Eno: meet me in the studio at 5 am....i booked it early cause its booked the rest of the day
Bono (Who just got back from partying all night because of the greatest show ever the other night) :  Sure  *curses under breath)

Yea i would get tired of that every now and again ::)