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Robin Gibb Will Be Honored In London With Public Memorial Service

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It was so sad to hear that Robin Gibb had passed away, but at least he's getting a proper memorial.

The Bee Gees singer will be honored at London's St Paul's Cathedral in September during a public memorial service.

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Anarchists Plan To Ambush The Royal Wedding!

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You'd think that if they truly wanted to be effective, then they wouldn't openly discuss such STOOPID plans!

A group of UK anarchists have reportedly banned together in an attempt to collectively ambush and ruin Prince William and Kate Middleton's upcoming royal wedding at Westminster Abbey next month!

Led by former professor Chris Knight, the group hopes to cause enough of a scene around the building to exhaust police forces, and ultimately force the couple to switch the ceremony's location to St. Paul's Cathedral!

Knight reveals:

"The plan is to mingle with well-wishers in large numbers, hold anarchist street parties, reoccupy Parliament Square, stage a carnival orgy and drive up security costs to the point when the whole wedding has to be relocated to St Paul's. This would be hugely embarrassing to the monarchy. The Police Federation, in dispute with the Government over spending cuts, may thank us for this. The first phase is called Operation Dual Power. Around ten anarchist groups will take over key buildings including a barracks, a police station and local government buildings in Westminster. The second phase is on the day of the wedding. Overall, the plan is to cause as much trouble as possible so it becomes so prohibitively expensive for the police to control that they've either got to cancel the wedding or move it."

"Bring it on. We mean business. The royal wedding is a disgrace and if we stop it I will be laughing. If the police press their nuclear button, I will press mine. We're prepared for trouble - we've got hard hats, big shields, battering rams. We're going to take over a TV station and a radio channel and try and take over power at key centres. We will concentrating on places in Westminster because if we can occupy them for a month there's no way they can hold the wedding there. Network X is a joint command revolutionary organisation. It consists of the Whitechapel Anarchists Group, the NMLA, Democracy Village, the Direction Action Group, Class War and many environmental and feminist anarchists. What is the Army going to do, fire on us?"

Yeah, that's a whole bunch of crazy all over an effing wedding, no? Who does this guy think he is, V for Vendetta?

Luckily, authorities are about 16 steps ahead of these nutjobs, and have revealed:

"Any attempt to disrupt the royal cortege will be dealt with robustly. An appropriate policing plan will be in place."

Phew! Again - NOT entirely sure why they think drawing attention to this bull shiz is the best way to achieve their ridiculous goal, but we imagine that ultimately, this just some ridiculous ploy to get press for themselves.

At least we hope so! We'll be pissed if they complicate William and Kate's big day!

Fingers crossed that the authorities will take care of this nuisance!

Thoughts??

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McQueen Remembered In London

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A memorial was held on Monday to remember Alexander McQueen, who tragically took his life back in February.

Sarah Jessica Parker, Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss were among those who were seen at St. Paul's Cathedral in London.

Leading the service was Anna Wintour, who said of the late designer:

As a child he loved nothing more than sitting on the roof top and watching the birds fly by. He showed us everything was possible, dreams could become reality, but he left us with an even more exceptional legacy, a talent that soared like the birds of his childhood above us all.

Also making an appearance was Bjork, who sang Gloomy Sunday while dressed as a McQueen angel.

Sounds like it was a beautiful memorial. Rest in peace, Lee.

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McQueen Memorial Planned For London Fashion Week

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The Gucci Group has announced they will be having a private memorial to honor Alexander McQueen during London Fashion Week.

The memorial will take place on September 20th at St Paul's Cathedral where friends and family of the late designer will celebrate his life.

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