it's all about the yip yips
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raah!

Just a note to let y'all know that I've taken it upon myself to make the community for The Good, The Bad and The Queen because... dude, it's got to exist - especially with Herculean being released on Monday and all. So if you're interested pop over to tgtbatq. C:

♥!

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Revolution Rock, The Only Website From Jersey That Matters™, has a new Forums page, where you can sign the guestbook, talk about The Clash and each of its members post-Clash careers, nab some funky wallpapers for your desktop, discuss world affairs, chat about music NOT Clash related, or, post all of your random fragmented thoughts in the 'Anything and Everything Else' forum.

A bonus for you casual posters - you don't have to register to post on the forum. Just click on a new thread or a post you'd like to reply to, et voila. But because it will be under anonymous, you may want to try to remember to sign your name. Your call, though! Simple & easy.

The forums only went up early this morning, so they need people like you to break them in. Even if you have no current burning questions about The Clash or anything related (and if you do, the Webmaster knows everything and more on the subject and will be more than happy to answer anything), there are loads of other forums on the page that can be applicable to you.

And remember, if you're shy, atleast sign the guestbook and let my mate know what you think of the website.

Cheers!
Joe and Jack

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HI, IM NEW HERE, MY NAME'S SHAYDA AND IM 14 YEARS OLD. THE CLASH HAVE BEEN MY FAVOURITE BAND FOR 2 YEARS. PAUL WAS MY FAVOURITE FROM THE BAND AT FIRST, BUT NOW IT'S JOE. ID LIKE TO BE A PART OF THIS COMMUNITY =)
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holy shit people post in this, im sorry people, ill try and get around tonight to making it a better communitie, i didnt think it would go anywhere

by the way, i made this about.....6 or 7 months ago, not quite sure when, never added myself though

Simmo in the news

LONDON, May 27 /PRNewswire/ --

- Rise Phoenix Art Auction - Garbutt Place, London W1

- Tuesday 14 June 2005

British and international cultural icons have joined forces to give
vulnerable children around the world the skills and inspiration to create
change for themselves and their communities through theatre and the arts
with a special art auction in London on Tuesday 14 June 2005 in London.
Artists supporting the work of Rise Phoenix include: Quentin Blake, Clive
Francis, Bella Freud, Siobhan Hapaska, David Hare, Nadav Kander, Harvey
Keitel, Mark Knopfler, David Morrissey, Sir Alan Parker, Lord Richard
Rogers, Gerald Scarfe, PAUL SIMONON, Suggs, and Sophie Von Hellerman. Their
paintings, drawings, cartoons or limited editions will be auctioned by Hugh
Edmeades, Chairman of Christie¹s South Kensington.
The Rise Phoenix Art Auction takes place at the chapel in Garbutt Place, W1
from 19.00hrs - 22.00hrs and will raise funds to continue and expand its
work with disadvantaged children in London and Tanzania.
Rise Phoenix uses the arts to give children the skills and inspiration to
create change for themselves and their communities. In 1993 the charity
started as an impassioned response to the wars in the former Yugoslavia,
bringing theatre and travelling giant puppet shows to the refugee camps and
bomb stricken towns. Today its work with over 1500 children a year includes
theatre and film projects, mosaics and murals on housing estates, carnival
processions, environmental arts camps and creative workshops with HIV/Aids
orphans in Dar Es Salaam.
Rise Phoenix is funded by The Arts Council, The Community Fund and other
grant-making bodies including The Roald Dahl Foundation and The Sainsbury
Family Charitable Trusts. One of its long-time friends is Emma Thompson,
also head sponsor of Rise Phoenix¹s work in Tanzania. Other friends of the
charity include Sir Alan Ayckbourn, Esther Freud, David Hare, Doris Lessing,
Fay Maschler and Linus Roache.
www.risephoenix.org