Skip to comments.Do Bruce Springsteen a favor. Donít buy his CD at Wal-Mart.
Posted on 02/01/2009 5:04:40 PM PST by slomark
Bruce Springsteen now says he shouldnt have made a deal to sell his greatest hits CD exclusively at Wal-Mart.
Fans criticized The Boss because Wal-Mart has been accused of unfair labor practices. Springsteen, on the other hand, has always supported workers rights.
It was a mistake, Springsteen said. Our...
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I wouldn’t even download his crappy music why in the hell would I pay for it.
Not watching Springsteen. On here on FR.
I wouldn’t buy any of his cd’s, period!
The question to ask Springsteen is what, exactly, changed with Walmart from the time he willingly signed the deal, and today?
Of course, nothing has changed. He is just not a very thoughtful man.
I beat you to THAT about 30 years ago.
I don't need no steenkin' halftime show. I didn't even watch the wardrobe malfunction a few years ago.
I’m doing him a favor right now. I just flipped over to “Cops” for the Halftime Show. I imagine these cop guys are union members. ;o)
I’m here because it’s halftime, and he’s there.
I do not have an album that he made. Will never own an album that he made. Never.
Just switched to another channel during this bastards half-time show
Oh, is he the guy I just tuned out of the 1/2 time show for?
Actually, I’m quite stunned that Walmart didn’t immediately clear all of his CD’s off the rack, take the hit on the loss and give Bruce an even larger lesson in how to operate business.
Now that....that would have been priceless!
Turned off the Super Bowl till the second half - watching the puppy bowl for 30 minutes. Currently the kittens are on, too bad they are playing music instead of letting us kear kitty sounds - the particular sound of belching out a hairball is an improvement over mister gravel voice. Plus the cats and dogs are more intelligent then “the Boss”.
I am not watching that POS on the halftime.
Same here. If he walked up to my front door and handed me one of his CDs, I still wouldn't listen to it....
After I found out what his politcs were, circa 1980. He joined my boycott list.
He’s made nothing but elevator music since 1982. Clarence Clemons, The Big Man, now that’s a musician.
i wasn’t going to buy his CD anyway.
turned off super bowl half-time, to watch a documentary on nathans hot dogs.
Even if you liked him I wouldn’t buy the CD - we’re watching the halftime show right now and his voice is completely SHOT.
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