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Bono, Timberlake To Perform At Haiti Benefit

There are 31 comments on the TheIndyChannel.com story from Jan 17, 2010, titled Bono, Timberlake To Perform At Haiti Benefit. In it, TheIndyChannel.com reports that:

George Clooney says the "Hope for Haiti" benefit for victims of the earthquake in Haiti will include performances from Bono, Sting, Justin Timberlake, Christina Aguilera and Alicia Keys.

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“Ave Satanas”

Since: Dec 06

Bratislava, Slovakia

#1 Jan 17, 2010
They say theyre not getting paid for their appearance...I call bullshyt
Deo Vindice

Sacramento, CA

#2 Jan 18, 2010
Hussein Obama is footing their bill with taxes from Americans.

Is this the first thing the Haitians want so see, a bunch of performers ?

I can see them, sitting in their underware, hungry and thirsty, spellboud by the performance of the bands. Between songs, the singers go back stage and chump on a Big Mac and a liter of coke.

They return to the stage with catchup on their faces.

In other words, these goons are craving publicity !!!

Since: Apr 08

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#4 Jan 18, 2010
Deo Vindice wrote:
Hussein Obama is footing their bill with taxes from Americans.
Is this the first thing the Haitians want so see, a bunch of performers ?
I can see them, sitting in their underware, hungry and thirsty, spellboud by the performance of the bands. Between songs, the singers go back stage and chump on a Big Mac and a liter of coke.
They return to the stage with catchup on their faces.
In other words, these goons are craving publicity !!!
Concert performed in New York.
Haiti: devastated by earthquake... no food, no water, no medicine, no power. Who, in Haiti, will even see it?

Since: Sep 07

Toledo, OH

#5 Jan 18, 2010
Bama Yankee wrote:
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Concert performed in New York.
Haiti: devastated by earthquake... no food, no water, no medicine, no power. Who, in Haiti, will even see it?
What is your point?

Since: Aug 09

Pennsburg, PA

#6 Jan 18, 2010
Bama Yankee wrote:
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Concert performed in New York.
Haiti: devastated by earthquake... no food, no water, no medicine, no power. Who, in Haiti, will even see it?
From a smarter poster that would be funny, the idea that the concert is merely for earthquake survivors to watch on TV to entertain them while they perish from lack of food, water and medicine.

Of course with you it needs to be pointed out the idea of the concert is a "benefit," to motivate Americans to donate money. It's like a Jerry Lewis Telethon, on which I gather you appeared with your autism helmet and leg braces when you were a child.
the other wyte meeting

Peebles, OH

#7 Jan 18, 2010
I`d like them to do a couple requests. #1 umm , grandmas in the cellar and request #2 The Old Beer Bottle.

Since: Apr 08

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#8 Jan 18, 2010
corrective_unconscious wrote:
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From a smarter poster that would be funny, the idea that the concert is merely for earthquake survivors to watch on TV to entertain them while they perish from lack of food, water and medicine.
Of course with you it needs to be pointed out the idea of the concert is a "benefit," to motivate Americans to donate money. It's like a Jerry Lewis Telethon, on which I gather you appeared with your autism helmet and leg braces when you were a child.
As usual, you comments are totally irrelevant to the response I made to a previous poster.
Get back to me when you wake up and smell the coffee.

Since: Aug 09

Pennsburg, PA

#9 Jan 18, 2010
Bama Yankee wrote:
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As usual, you comments are totally irrelevant to the response I made to a previous poster.
Get back to me when you wake up and smell the coffee.
Reality check, cretin:

"Concert performed in New York.
"Haiti: devastated by earthquake... no food, no water, no medicine, no power. Who, in Haiti, will even see it?"

As I feared you had no idea that the concert is not to be watched by the earthquake survivors, it is to raise money on their behalf.

My comments directly address the yawning, mind boggling stupidity of your post.

Since: Apr 08

Location hidden

#10 Jan 18, 2010
corrective_unconscious wrote:
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Reality check, cretin:
"Concert performed in New York.
"Haiti: devastated by earthquake... no food, no water, no medicine, no power. Who, in Haiti, will even see it?"
As I feared you had no idea that the concert is not to be watched by the earthquake survivors, it is to raise money on their behalf.
My comments directly address the yawning, mind boggling stupidity of your post.
You really are ignorant, aren't you?

Go back and read the post I responded to. Read it again, then again until it sinks into that pointed little head of yours what I was referring to.

You really should remove that "collective" part of your screen name.
daytripper

United States

#11 Jan 18, 2010
pamiety wrote:
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What is your point?
they really dont have a point the concert is not to be seen in haiti its to raise money for haiti,
Whamo

Wind Gap, PA

#12 Jan 18, 2010
Yes they are just doing it for

the "tax write off"

In "downtown" Port Au Prince

everyday it becomes more evident

the lack of brains and common decency

that abounds in here

this from the very same people who

would cry the loudest if something

like this happened to them
Megan

Medina, OH

#13 Jan 18, 2010
Bono lives off the American money then comes over to tell us what we need to do and what a bad country we are, he even offers his dense opinion on our government.
Why doesn't he give millions himself, same with the rest of them, it's pocket change to them. I have to give credit to Pitt and Jolie, they at least gave a million, Madonna gave a measley $250,000.
I pray for the people over there, it's horrible what they have went thru and bless the rescue people and doctors and the MANY AMERICANS who are helping them.
Winston Smith

New York, NY

#14 Jan 18, 2010
Bono (whom I don't care for) actually does donate millions you wouldn't know because he doesn't need a catastrophy to open his checkbook he does it throughout the year...and I agree that Madonna who had the highest grossing tour last year could have been a little more generous....
daytripper

Smithfield, NC

#15 Jan 18, 2010
Winston Smith wrote:
Bono (whom I don't care for) actually does donate millions you wouldn't know because he doesn't need a catastrophy to open his checkbook he does it throughout the year...and I agree that Madonna who had the highest grossing tour last year could have been a little more generous....
I agree Bona does alot more than alot of poeple realize he donates and does so much for others as for Madona she could of donated more its a great tax write off. If I was a millonare I would donate at least a million.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

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#17 Jan 19, 2010
Deo Vindice wrote:
Hussein Obama is footing their bill with taxes from Americans.
Is this the first thing the Haitians want so see, a bunch of performers ?
I can see them, sitting in their underware, hungry and thirsty, spellboud by the performance of the bands. Between songs, the singers go back stage and chump on a Big Mac and a liter of coke.
They return to the stage with catchup on their faces.
In other words, these goons are craving publicity !!!
You are a seriously twisted excuse for a human being.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

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#18 Jan 19, 2010
Mitch wrote:
Even if they dont get paid, its a huge tax write off, so its just like they're getting paid. You actually think any celeb would do something for free? Thats not the hollywood way.
Just to help you reduce your ignorance quotient, celebrities are, by and large, among the most generous people in the world. I'm sure that's something you can't claim.
Whamo

Wind Gap, PA

#19 Jan 19, 2010
Oh and most "TALENTED" celebraties are librals

hey Rush said don't send money we

already do in the form of taxes

this guy is an A**

Since: Aug 09

Kempton, PA

#20 Jan 19, 2010
Bama Yankee wrote:
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You really are ignorant, aren't you?
Go back and read the post I responded to. Read it again, then again until it sinks into that pointed little head of yours what I was referring to.
You really should remove that "collective" part of your screen name.
Oh my god, you're right and I'm wrong. I promise to lay off the oxycontin for one hour.
Bill

Topton, PA

#21 Jan 19, 2010
Whamo wrote:
Oh and most "TALENTED" celebraties are librals
hey Rush said don't send money we
already do in the form of taxes
this guy is an A**
Is your head really that FAR up your rear? What Rush said was to not send money to the Federal Government for Haiti relief since we already send it money in the form of taxes. He said it was better to use private charities as more money will actually get were it is supposed to go. Maybe if you stop getting your talking points from the liberal news media you might get a fact or two correct.

Now I'll sit back and watch the libtards foam at the mouth over this post.

Bill

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#22 Jan 19, 2010
Bill wrote:
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Is your head really that FAR up your rear? What Rush said was to not send money to the Federal Government for Haiti relief since we already send it money in the form of taxes. He said it was better to use private charities as more money will actually get were it is supposed to go. Maybe if you stop getting your talking points from the liberal news media you might get a fact or two correct.
Now I'll sit back and watch the libtards foam at the mouth over this post.
Bill
If Rush would sit back on his fat keister and shut his deranged mouth, he might realize that money from BOTH the public and private sectors adds up to more relief than either one alone. That is exactly what is happening. Speaking of talking points, you seem to get yours from the bigoted right.

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