Poll: Should I Ruin Joel’s U2 Concert Experience?

Schadenfreude co-writer Joel Friend and I have two very different takes on how to properly go see your favorite band live. Joel likes to cut himself off from all media that would give him even the slightest idea of what goes down at the show. Very similar to how George Bush handled news and information.

I use to take this same approach to a U2 live show. But this go around, I’ve taken a different path. I’ve visited their website, read the blogs, looked at pictures, read set lists. Pathetic, I know. We’ll cover that in another entry.

For now, my question is this: Should I post a huge photo of the new concert – and let me tell you, it is quite a different undertaking than you’ve ever seen before in a live rock show – for my next blog entry? Doing so would make it difficult for Joel to visit the site, for which he writes, for at least a day. Maybe we can even talk Stephen into keeping the entry up at the top for a week. Ok, maybe a couple of days. Joel would either not be able to come to the site, or risk seeing the picture.

Should I post a picture of the new U2 live show, ruining Joel's concert experience?

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If I do post a picture of the U2 live show, should Stephen keep it at the top for two full days?

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