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JOSHUA TREE (1987) AND THE RAT’S UNDERSTANDING OF MORAL AMBIVALENCE AS DEPTH

August 23, 2013

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WITH A CERTAIN DUE RESPECT

Bono and his love-hate relationship with the US can, in this way, be packaged conveniently in a pro- and pandering Christian imagery, while, apparently, basing lyrics and themes of this work on a flawed hero model-albeit morally acceptable-as tragic figure; and in so doing he keeps the most afferent monetary flood gates open in his favor as corporate rock star for corporate souls-then come, naturally, the Louis Vuitton full-page adds in The Economist of Bono and his African Adventure or Journey-term which of course syncs quite nicely as well with the sundry rivers and paths of life as the great spiritual bildungsroman.

Whatever it takes to get those panties down! (Bukowski dixit).

Compare, if you can, the overall musical and intellectual production of David the Duke Bowie.

But you can’t-that’s my point:

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