Over at The Sydney Morning Herald we find yet even more criticism of Bono and his constant efforts to make the world a better place.
But does being very successful at selling pop music to schoolkids qualify one to play a lead role on the world stage? After all, it is often said that marketing melancholy to teenagers is easier than peddling porn in prison.
Furthermore, apparently rockstars should stick to using their real names. Obviously this writer knows a lot about our boys.
For example, there is another middle-aged gentleman in his band who has worn a black beanie for nigh on three decades and insists on being known as “Edge”, even though his name is probably Malcolm or Dennis.