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Old 08-23-2005, 12:18 AM   #16
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well considering their last gig ever will not be during the Vertigo Tour, i can see why some people should think it should be moved from the Vertigo Tour forum
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well considering their last gig ever will not be during the Vertigo Tour, i can see why some people should think it should be moved from the Vertigo Tour forum
who knows? it may be. we won't know until 2010 (i'm highballing here figuring if they tour, then wait a few years to release another album and announce they won't tour because i too don't think they're going to just say "this will be our last concert ever") if vertigo will be the final tour. so please remind me in five years to move this back if that is the case, k?
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Old 08-23-2005, 12:38 AM   #18
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alright ive got this thread bookmarked and made a note in my 2010 calendar to check back in on it
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I do believe their last gig should be in Ireland, it wouldn't be right if it wasn't. After all, Ireland is their 'tribe'. I also think that you would get a much better show out of the boys if you played in Ireland. It would be very emotional, it would be a fantastic setlist, and there would be an amazing speech by Bono. If you have it somewhere else, it would be somewhat an anticlimax.

I do stand by this, even though I'm an Aussie boy!

Let's just pray that their last gig isn't for a while yet.
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alright ive got this thread bookmarked and made a note in my 2010 calendar to check back in on it
thanks
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Thanks Khanada for sticking up for me,i think some people can be bitchy when one person respond's negatively,then some feel they have to follow,but that's just the way it is i suppose and i won't lose any sleep over it.I mean the people who reply to complain about the thread musn't have anything better to do
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Well said Khanada.
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not strictly relevant but is it possible to believe in god and not be religious?
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I am more worried about people who are religious(?) but wouldnt know God if She bit them in the arse!
And, no U2's last gig shouldnt be in Ireland, it should quite obviously be in Adelaide.

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I think U2's last gig should be in my backyard...

Just my opinion.

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I hope the boys never say goodbye.. but maybe that's just me...
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I hope the boys never say goodbye.. but maybe that's just me...

No, it's not just you....

I know they can't keep touring forever but I'd feel better if they never actually said goodbye....

I mean they can stop touring when that time comes...as long as I'm not told that they won't tour again...
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Man... I wonder if they'll latch on any new fans with their last album, whenever it is released. How awful those fans would feel if they found out that it's going to be their last and that a farewell tour is on the way.
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I'd prefer if U2 did say goodbye someday because I personally wouldn't want a U2 album when they are all in their 80's. They might retire but come back for charity plugs or do another collaboration album - after all it was passenegers volume 1, volume 2 has to come sometime?

And if U2 did not quit it would be contradictory to their own lyrics.
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And if U2 did not quit it would be contradictory to their own lyrics.
How so?
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