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    The Oracle Speaks on Kids/Parents Seeing Coldplay...

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    February 20, 2009 - submitted by Deborah, Australia

    Q. Dear Oracle, We are taking our kids (aged 13 and 9) to the Perth concert next weekend, and my daughter was wondering if the Oracle has any advice for parents not wishing to embarrass their children at the concert ..... or should the kids not just be extremely grateful they're even getting to go see Coldplay? Any handy hints would be gratefully received.

    The Oracle replies:

    Not only should they be grateful for seeing the band but they get the bonus of laughing at their parents too! Win-win situation surely? I took my parents to see Coldplay in December, both turn 70 this year. I had my Pa on one side frowning at the volume of the intro music (to which he asked, "Is this Jay Zed? You don't like this do you?") And my Ma was singing her head off at the other side of me (not to Jay-Z). It was priceless so tell your children to enjoy themselves and that goes for you as parents too!


    February 20, 2009 - submitted by tomie, Canada

    Q. What is the name of the song in the time line- year 2002- the video "Glastonbury festival"?

    The Oracle replies:

    The first track is Politik, the first track on A Rush of Blood to the Head, which hadn't been released at that time. At the end you hear the beginning of Clocks.

    February 20, 2009 - submitted by Preya, United States of America

    Q. Hi Oracle! I was just wondering, I know that Coldplay supports Fair Trade, but are the clothing items sold on this website Fairly/Ethically traded, Sweat-shop free, or Organic? I would really like to know. Thank you

    The Oracle replies:

    The shirts are indeed Fair Trade certified.


    February 20, 2009 - submitted by Ainsley, Norway

    Q. Hello dearest oracle :) I was wondering why there isn't a search engine for these questions? It would be easier for us to know if you've answered something before :) That would also lead to less questions of the same thing for you to read :)we would just search on something that we are curious about, and if you have not answered such a question, we could try and submit it :D xoxo -The HUGE Coldplay fan Ainsley :P

    The Oracle replies:

    Tags are the new search engines... That should help and it's nice of you to ask seeing as though someone asked me today why the band are called Coldplay... Tags baby, tags.



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