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Keith Allen
Keith Allen
Keith Allen is telling me about the first moments of his daughter Lily’s career as a pop performer. A long story, it begins on a wild night in New York with Joe Strummer, Allen and artists Damien Hirst and Douglas Gordon forming a marching band and busking in the restaurants of Manhattan, and ends with 15 year-old Lily in the basement of the London Astoria, singing backing vocals to a jazz version of Strummer’s punk anthem, White Riot, at the 2000 Poetry Olympics. Jump forward six months, and Allen is in Paris on one end of a mobile phone while Lily waits to go onstage with Strummer in front of 15,000 fans at Wembley Arena. Allen, the concerned dad, asks whether she is nervous, but Lily replies that she is not. “Well,” counsels her father, “phone me back after you’ve been on.” When the call comes, Lily is revved-up with excitement. Keith tells her: “Remember that moment, because you’re going to spend the rest of your life chasing it.” When Allen speaks about his popstar daughter, it is with a mixture of pride and concern. He was never worried about her becoming a performer. “You have to remember that Lily went around India on her own when she was 15 ?. I worried then. “She’s very resilient, but that was before the whole enterprise got hold of her. She’s finding it tough, but I think she’ll get through it.” His concern arises from the way Lily’s habit of blogging her innermost thoughts can be misinterpreted. Her recent comments about her weight insecurities made national headlines, and her playground spat with Cheryl Tweedy of Girls Aloud rumbles on absurdly (in the latest bulletins, Gordon Ramsay, Beth Ditto and a Kaiser Chief have pledged allegiance with Lily). “The blogs are personal,” Allen says. “And I think Lily realises that she’s lost sight of that because of the nature of the beast. Then she starts to feed the beast, and to lose the quality of the original blogs. There’s a great danger that you can be too honest. “I spoke to her before she got on the plane to go back to America, and she was so down. You have to remember that Lily is a girl. She’s a little girl, man. She’s out there on her own with a pick-up band, and they’re all guys. And she’s constantly being used as a comparative figure in the press. They generate this dreadful stuff by comparing her to Kate Moss – and she quite rightly points out: what are you doing comparing me to Kate Moss? It’s ludicrous. Why compare her to Amy Winehouse? They’re two entirely different artists. The media do want to generate this war. And Lily – she’s kind of snapped with this Girls Aloud thing, but there’s a part of me that’s really glad that she did it. What she said was nasty, but if Lily gives it out she’s got to learn to take it. Simple as that. “I just hate to think that she will lose sight of her songwriting capabilities and get involved with that shit. Lily takes after me in many respects. A lot of my bravado and fun was about insecurity and fear.” And Allen has had his share of bravado and fun. We meet in the snooker room of the Groucho Club, an institution which has been his second home. He is dressed in a windcheater with jeans, and serious sandals. “That,” he says, peering over red glasses at the green baize, “is the very snooker table I fucked Janet Street-Porter on.” He can do this kind of talk in his sleep, but apart from a gratuitous raising of the middle finger in the direction of AA Gill, showbiz revelations are largely absent from his autobiography. Perhaps there wasn’t room. Allen’s story is a riot of incident, from a childhood as a petty thief to spells in borstal and prison, as he journeys from the squats of Notting Hill through punk to the birth pangs of alternative comedy. Before his first period of notoriety with a Channel 4 show and the Comic Strip movies (a period which fizzles into hedonistic underachievement with bit parts in Shallow Grave – the corpse - and Trainspotting) he washes up in Glasgow, at the Citizen’s Theatre. Cast as Lady Macduff, he breaks his leg playing poker in his rehearsal skirt, and has to take to the stage wearing a plaster cast. He has a lunch of cottage pie with director Giles Havergal (“a more apt dish you couldn’t have wished for since the Glasgow Citizens’ Theatre Company was largely gay”) and manages to blag a temporary Equity card, to allow him to take his part in a show he describes as “pretentious middle class bollocks”. Disenchanted with theatre, he returns to post-punk Notting Hill, and falls into alternative comedy with a stream-of-consciousness routine at the emerging Comedy Store. He supports the Clash on tour, and is cast as Joe Orton in Stephen Frears’ film Prick Up Your Ears. The cover image on Allen’s book, of a sneering Allen, in trunks, on a deck chair, with oiled torso and legs apart, was done for the film, only for him to be replaced at a later date by “the safer option”, Gary Oldman. And so it goes. In Allen’s version of his life, he is a kind of punk Oliver Reed, raising hell, ne
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Paid for by Ohio Republican Party
Yeah, real subtle. I live in Ohio, which is a highly contested state in the upcoming midterm elections; I've been bombarded with mailers and phone calls and radio/TV ads for quite a while now. Most of the mailers have been amusing--bad Photoshop jobs of Chabot holding a giant rubber stamp, oil derricks superimposed on the White House lawn, terrible fluorescent pink graphics more or less implying you'll go to hell for voting for the democrats. Most of the mailings are just laughably bad. This ad actually managed to piss me off. Full text: ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Our values are being put to the test as the liberal left goes on the attack. Liberal Democrats have teamed up with the likes of Michael Moore and politicians like Hillary Clinton and Ted Kennedy--pushing their Hollywood values on the rest of America. -Trying to legalize gay marriage and gay adoption... -Trying to reverse the ban on partial birth abortion and create a culture that accepts abortion on demand... -Trying to appoint activist judges bent on passing their liberal agenda... Do you believe...? -That life is sacred. -That marriage is a sacred union between one man and one woman. -That partial birth abortion should be banned forever. -That parents have a right to know when their minor children seek and abortion. Do you believe...? If you believe... VOTE NOVEMBER 7TH * VOTE REPUBLICAN* If you don't vote, liberal Democrats will take control of Congress and force their Hollywood values on you and your family. --------------------------------------------------------------------- All surrounded, of course, by pictures of babies and one picture that particularly incensed me--a woman's hand (lace at the wrist) with sparkling gold wedding band holding a man's hand (black fabric, like a suit, at the wrist). So let me get this straight: A person with a penis and a person with a vagina can willfully enter a legal agreement that gives them certain rights in one another's lives, because most other people in their country believe that this is morally acceptable. But, a person with a penis and another person with a penis (or two people with vaginas) cannot enter that legal agreement with one another, not with anyone else, because most people believe that this is morally unacceptable. How is it the business of "most people" what rights two consensual individuals have over one another's lives? I do. not. understand. how it is acceptable that anyone can vote on anyone else's legal rights. It blows my mind. You can believe whatever you want about marriage, but when it comes down to it, marriage (in addition to whatever other properties you ascribe to it in your mind or heart) functions as a legal institution. If you're uncomfortable calling a legal bond between two men or two women a marriage, call it a civil union and harbor your own beliefs about the morality of it. But do not think that it is morally acceptable to decide what others can and can't do in their own personal lives because of your religious beliefs. So I ask you this, Ohio Republican Party: Who's trying to force whose elitist values on who?

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