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Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Tidbits 11/20

The CB's Clayquebec1 posted a scan of a July 2005 edition of the French Sensass Magazine. CQ posted the rough translation from French to English on the CB:

Former American Idol contestant, Clay Aiken decided to open a day camp for children with disabilities in the state where he is born, North Carolina. It is because of his foundation, Bubel/Aiken, in partnership with YMCA, that the singer will open the Gonzo Camp. Former youth leader for the young, Aiken created his foundation because the children whom are suffering of physicals handicaps are often exclude of the holidays camps, since they have not of installations nor staffs enough. Because of the foundation, the youngs handicapped or not, will be able to profite of the same activities.

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  • Los Angeles Times - article about band OneRepublic and its lead singer/songwriter Ryan Tedder -
    "It's like how David Duchovny popped up in a porno," Tedder said. "It's all stuff I didn't write for any one person, and then it ends up in the hands of the biggest cheeseball. When you're a writer, you live and die by every cut you get. But I just passed on Clay Aiken."
  • ESPN - random mention: And that's that. Back on the road, Ron's working the tunes but he's out of CDs, so we're listening to a toxic mix of Willie Nelson and Clay Aiken."
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