Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Logo taken

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

    #16
    Yeah “newyesfans” sounds like a tribute to Yesfans in a way New Labour was never a tribute to Labour. A bit like Lucifer calling himself New Jesus; congratulating the money lenders, putting out the gospels to private tender. Highest bidder wins, with a nice non-executive status in the church with a big, fat stipend.

    Comment


      #17
      Originally posted by Chris2210 View Post
      Yeah “newyesfans” sounds like a tribute to Yesfans in a way New Labour was never a tribute to Labour. A bit like Lucifer calling himself New Jesus; congratulating the money lenders, putting out the gospels to private tender. Highest bidder wins, with a nice non-executive status in the church with a big, fat stipend.
      How would you have called it? we can still change the name
      "We all gotta climb mountains!" - Jon Anderson 2003

      Comment


        #18
        No, I like it - it memorialises the original and does what it says on the tin. Good job so far as I’m concerned.

        Comment


          #19
          Originally posted by ragtime View Post
          Everything 'new' stops being really new not long after it begins. Like a new car is potentially second-hand as soon as someone drives it off the showroom forecourt. Computer drives are notoriously littered with redundant folders called 'New Folder'. And there is an area of southern England called The New Forest which was marked out and named as such by William The Conqueror almost a thousand years ago. Like the city of Newcastle, the word 'new' eventually just becomes part of the history of a thing. The name 'The New Yes Fans' will always indicate and memorialize the fact that there was a previous version, even long after its demise
          Exactly ! The New Yesfans is a perfect name.❤

          Comment

          Working...
          X