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Old 01-31-2005, 07:03 AM   #1
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Small Mention of Bono in Davos report from National Review

Jay Nordlinger a writer from National Review does an annual series of observations from Davos. This article has a few kind words about Bono This is from part 3 of his Impromptus...

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Kind words about Bono in the National Review? Well good for them.

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It was refreshing to read the kind words, to put it mildly.
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Let's face it, Bono rocks!
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Actually upon reading the entire article the dude from NR actually takes a shot at debt relief for the world's poorest countries - one of Bono's most cherished goals!

So I don't think he was very sympathetic to Bono at all.

Bono talked about people just like this in the Davos forum - those who focus on his celebrity status and not support the issues he's working on.

He wasn't very nice about them.
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Speaking of small mentions of Bono in regards to Davos, the other day I was reading the national daily paper here in Mali, which is in French, and the word "Bono, le chanteur de la groupe musicale U2..." Put a little grin on my face. And of course the subject matter is of vital importance to those of us living here in the "developing" world.

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