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    Coldplay's Oracle traces back to the band's Fuse 100 interview

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    November 9, 2009 - submitted by Sven, Norway

    Q. Dear Oracle I have no question. Just want to send the band my thanks for their 100 Fuse interview. It's nice that they show there fans the real history behind the band. Your big fan S.O.S.

    The Oracle replies:

    For those who missed it, Fuse 100's interview with the band traces their early years to X&Y.

    November 9, 2009 - submitted by Bonnie, United States of America

    Q. Hi Oracle, I have a dilemma that's making me feel somewhat guilty. I've been messaging with this guy I met on the internet. The conversations have ranged from nice and fun, to flirtatious and extremely racy. The problem is, I know this guy has a girlfriend. I tell myself it's ok, because we don't know each other, never seen each other, and we aren't physically doing anything. Plus, we live in two different countries, and its just fantasizing, right? Should I be ashamed, or is it harmless? I seriously want to know from an outside opinion. Thanks.

    The Oracle replies:

    The fact you took the time to write to me and ask makes me think you already have your own view of whether this is ok or not; telling yourself it's ok doesn't seem to be working for you otherwise you wouldn't be perhaps looking for outside validation? So Bonnie rather than sit here playing judge and jury I will urge you to do the following and keep this in mind for any dilemmas you may face... Look at this from a different perspective. Put yourself in his girlfriend's shoes. How would you feel if you discovered your boyfriend was sending another girl such messages? Cheating doesn't necessarily have to involve physical activity. Even though you are miles apart would it make any difference if he lived 2 streets away?


    November 9, 2009 - submitted by Frank, United States of America

    Q. Hey Oracle! How did Trevor Parker know about the exhibition room before it was announced on coldplay.com?

    The Oracle replies:

    As Anchorman reported the people that responded to the RSVP on the website after the final Wembley show were emailed and invited to take part in the Exhibition Room's launch. The first exhibit was chosen by the Curator from submissions sent to that email address.




    Official photos of Coldplay at Wembley stadium, London, UK (18th & 19th September 2009):






















    Photos by Penny Howle (courtesy of Coldplay.com)


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