That’s Mr. The Edge to you

A recent issue of satire magazine The Onion carries a brief story on Mr. The Edge’s social interactions with new aquaintainces in the neigborhood of Malibu.

10 thoughts on “That’s Mr. The Edge to you

  1. What the good people of Malibu (and the Onion) should realise is that he didn’t ‘call himself’ that way and it isn’t a ‘stage name’. He was given the name and had no say in it at all. :o)

    Still… hee!

  2. What the good people of Malibu (and the Onion) should realise is that he didn’t ‘call himself’ that way and it isn’t a ‘stage name’. He was given the name and had no say in it at all. :o)

    Still… hee!

  3. Actually, the Onion isn’t a real paper. They write satire so the story was made up 🙂

  4. Actually, the Onion isn’t a real paper. They write satire so the story was made up 🙂

  5. They do real stuff too, don’t they? There are interviews on The Onion A.V.

    I know they do ‘satire’ (and the post states that too), but I’ve never found them particularly funny. But we’ve had that argument before on this site so maybe we shouldn’t have it again. 🙂

  6. They do real stuff too, don’t they? There are interviews on The Onion A.V.

    I know they do ‘satire’ (and the post states that too), but I’ve never found them particularly funny. But we’ve had that argument before on this site so maybe we shouldn’t have it again. 🙂

  7. This is off this topic, but Bono is looking good on his acceptance speech for the Sun Microsystems thing. “That’s got to be the loudest voice I’ve ever heard!”—“Rock and roll doggie!!”.

  8. This is off this topic, but Bono is looking good on his acceptance speech for the Sun Microsystems thing. “That’s got to be the loudest voice I’ve ever heard!”—“Rock and roll doggie!!”.

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