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1979 while at Georgia State University’s campus radio station Bob Geldof read a telex report (similar to a fax) describing the shooting spree by Brenda Ann Spencer at Cleveland Elementary School. 

From Wikipedia

I was doing a radio interview in Atlanta with Fingers and there was a telex machine beside me. I read it as it came out. Not liking Mondays as a reason for doing somebody in, is a bit strange. I was thinking about it on the way back to the hotel, and I just said ‘Silicone (sic) chip inside her head had switched to overload’. I wrote that down. And the journalists interviewing her said, ‘Tell me why?’ It was such a senseless act. It was the perfect senseless act and this was the perfect senseless reason for doing it. So perhaps I wrote the perfect senseless song to illustrate it. It wasn’t an attempt to exploit tragedy.

This would become Saint Bob’s (as he would later be called due to his work on Live Aid) most famous song.

Look at this fucking Hipster. No, look at her. 
In 1979, at 16, Brenda Ann Spencer pulled out a 22 rifle (a gift from her father) and opened fire on the elementary school students leaving the school across from her home. She killed two and injured 9 others.
When asked why she committed the murders: ”I just did it for the fun of it. I don’t like Mondays. This livens up the day. I have to go now. I shot a pig [policeman] I think and I want to shoot more. I’m having too much fun [to surrender].”
It was this famous line, “I don’t like Mondays” which inspired the song of the same name by Bob Geldof and the Boom Town Rats.

Look at this fucking Hipster. No, look at her. 

In 1979, at 16, Brenda Ann Spencer pulled out a 22 rifle (a gift from her father) and opened fire on the elementary school students leaving the school across from her home. She killed two and injured 9 others.

When asked why she committed the murders: ”I just did it for the fun of it. I don’t like Mondays. This livens up the day. I have to go now. I shot a pig [policeman] I think and I want to shoot more. I’m having too much fun [to surrender].”

It was this famous line, “I don’t like Mondays” which inspired the song of the same name by Bob Geldof and the Boom Town Rats.