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You, Me & Water Part 3 [Blue Gold]

Hello Everybody !
Earlier I wrote two articles (part1 & part2) about the condition of the water in the world and me growing up with water pollution.
Needless to say we all know the importance water, to add to curent unfortunate circumstances there are some that care not about it and there are others that only see the profit out of human misery, this leads me to this 3rd sequel on the story of water. Just recently I saw the movie called “Blue Gold” that put things in the perspective as they are at this particular moment and where they could go if we do not start taking notice of the current situation. This movie is filled with very nicely structured information, clues and ideas on alternative ways we can prevent water shortage, get clean water to those who need it the most and stop those who see it only as a goods to make profit on, after all water is our fundamental right like the air we breath. No one should be able to exploit that !

As they say picture speaks for thousand words. Here is the trailer of the movie “Blue Gold” please try to find the time to watch it, you won’t regret it and I’m sure you will feel prone to share it with your friends !

http://www.bluegold-worldwaterwars.com

Greppelpop 2008

It was amazing, it was awesome, thoroughly enjoyable!!!

Met cool people, made music and had a lot of fun, shared a stage with cool musicians and made new friends!
Among wich “Misty Basement” and “Little Mystic” sticked out.
We especially enjoyed meeting up with “Mala Vita” a folk punk rock band, memorably great bunch of people!

Marianne Fortuin, for Hart van Holland wrote:

Striking because of original music was the band Driftkikker. When asked for the origin of their name Daddo the singer/songwriter and gitarist of the band said: “We all three are not particularly impetuous but rather emotional. Fortunately we get along very well with each other and agree with the direction where we want to take our music to.”

You can check the photos of our performance at the media section.

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