“I don’t usually hang with men who wear earrings.”
– Frank Sinatra, who is featured and quoted by New York Times columnist Bono in his otherwise incomprehensible, but somewhat compelling, first column. Seriously, we just read it about three times and still don’t really know what it’s about. Something about sentimentality and the economic crisis and yellow paint. The best part is the section where he quotes Sinatra, who sounds just as ridiculous as Bono but at least made us laugh.
Here’s hoping that Bono continues utilizing his valuable op-ed space to spout off nonsense and quote celebrities, and instead of attempting to become the next Nick Kristof, just keeps channeling Cindy Adams.