At the heart of the human condition is a sense of terror, profound sadness, and sorrow; 'It is a kind of vertigo, a dizziness, a sense of being staggered by the darkness that one sees in the human condition, the human predicament.'
Who cares what Bono reads.
Obviously I do, Bono is a pretty smart cat! But the point was simply to hint at the intertextuality of the unbound text.
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