Soviet_Guy said:Sorry, Pink Floyd.
wow, someone's just a bit cynical, eh?Stherngntlmn said:I think it's great that a bunch of spoiled millionaire celebreties can be kind enough to take time out of a single day of their year to sing songs and beg countries to forgive the billions of dollars worth of debt they're owed. Although I'm sure they worked really hard at it, so they need that nice peaceful rest in their private jet after the concert, before they have to go back to the hectic life they lead at their mansions and tropical paradises.
I'm sure the generosity of their time has nothing to do with the fact that for many of them, the brief spotlight of attention they received reboomed their record sales. I'm also sure they'll be donating all those profits to starving children and telling their accountants not to use any tax loopholes because they want so badly to help their home country provide foreign aid and debt relief.
It's all a crock of sh** put on by severly hypocritical has been, wannabe, and neverwas celebrities who's iq's collectively equal the amount of countries participating in the summit.
eh... I have no problem with their lavish lifestyles, and tax evasions... it's hypocrasy of their lifestyle versus their platforms on debt reform, starving children, and foreign aid that I have a problem with.debate_junkie said:wow, someone's just a bit cynical, eh?
galenrox said:yeah, I watched that ****, it was just a waste of time, except it was cool to see Paul McCartney and U2 doing Sgt. Peppers, but that's just me as a music fan.
All of that **** didn't do a ******* thing, just like live aid. It's just a thing so celebrities can feel like they did something without giving away all of their excess cash, so they can spend it on important things, like $5000 sunglasses and ****.