If a guy named Bono of U2 can command the respect of musicians and politicians alike, then why is Meat Loaf such a joke? “They take Bono seriously, but to me that name sounds like it could be some kind of headache medicine,” Meat Loaf told the Boston Herald. “When I was young and I was acting in New York, ‘Meat Loaf’ was never a detriment – the name. The New York Times critic called me ‘Mr. Loaf’.”
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