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  1. Ticketmaster Verified Fan program

    Let's hope U2 will follow Bruce Springsteen's path where a person is verified as a genuine fan and ticket buyer and not to have us fans leap through hoops as Taylor Swift is making her followers do. From what I read, it seems most fans were upset at Bruce for the lottery and the price of ticket prices for his Broadway shows. Whereas Taylor Swift, she put her fans into Lucifer's hand. No fan should have to buy, buy, buy, and buy merchandise to boost their chances to get ahead of the queue when there is no guarantee in getting tickets. Materialism never ever buys love, friendship, or loyalty. It will be amazing to see how many fans continue to follower her after the Reputation tour. Oh, the irony. What reputation!!! The reputation to use fans to get ultra-wealthy. I feel sorry for her fans. Greed is becoming more contagious these days and dangerous. I hope, we all hope, U2 doesn't lose their senses and put us in Lucifer's hand. Concerts are becoming harder to desire due the rising price of tickets, the stringent levels of security (especially ladies with those NFL rules), and now with Ticketmaster's prove your love to the artist/band you enjoy. Yes, I understand Ticketmaster's Verified Fan is supposed to stop scalping, but it dampens the fan's experience and enjoyment of artist/band. I have to jump how high to prove my loyalty and love. And if you don't have the money, cell phone, or both, well, sorry, you lose out. Today, having more money means you really, really love something more than someone with less money. Really? What is it with this the mentality in our world today regarding I am wealthy therefore I am entitled to everything in the world from concerts tickets to how many votes one can get due to the amount wealth one has in their bank accounts? What is going on? I’m sorry Gordon Gekko, greed isn’t good. And neither is Ticketmaster.
  2. u2 song of the day

    Tower of Song Thank you Leonard Cohen for all your work, you will be missed. Rest easy in the Tower of Song. You were an amazing songwriter and poet. Your music will be with us throughout the ages. Hopefully, it is true you forgiven Bono for his take on Hallelujah. I, however, cannot forgive him for that rendition. You are the better man, Mr. Cohen. Thankfully for us, Bono did redeem himself on Tower of Song. I was born like this I had no choice I was born with the gift of a golden voice