Comments:The Raveonettes on love, death, desire and war
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What an odd and interesting interview! They really have a unique view of the world. They underestimate terrorism, the reason there aren't terrorists in were they live is because governments work to stop them. But I have to admire their view on Chechnya. The Russians are just as bad as they were in the cold war, too bad that war ended in a truce rather than in victory. Contralya 16:01, 16 October 2007 (UTC)
- I think towards the end they were playing with me a bit, which I enjoyed. Maybe not, but 45 minutes of blowing up China and man boobs with people who are expecting "Tell me about your new album" questions probably set their creative minds aflame. --David Shankbone 23:01, 16 October 2007 (UTC)
Great Interview edit
Well done with a great interview.
I saw both the Southpaw and Bowery Ballroom shows.
I loved all the answers Sharin & Sune gave here. Though I don't necessarily agree with all of their opinions, I find them to be two of the most honest and intelligent people out there.
I think I find their thoughts on time travel and the fourth dimenion the most amusing of all!
11:57, 17 October 2007 (UTC)Dave Cromwell
- Thanks Dave. Raveonettes are one of my favorite bands. Keep coming back and reading. --David Shankbone 15:37, 17 October 2007 (UTC)
Wikipedia selling out edit
My life, so much for objectivity on Wikipedia. I realise Wikinews is a seperate project, but the two overlap and use the same format and it gives the wrong impression. For one thing, it makes the Wiki foundation look less like an alturistic organisation and more like a corporation. Secondly, the moment u let PR people influence one section, they will b looking to influence wikipedia articles too and it generates a conflcit of interests. It may even explain why this band have such a ridiculously long entry. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 17:43, 26 January 2008 (UTC)