Tuesday, March 16, 2010


A reminder about Tapped, the movie

Tapped is going to be shown on Monday, March 22, 6 pm, at the Conway Public Library. This film takes a look at the social, economic, and environmental realities behind the bottled water industry, as well as how Poland Spring/Nestle has all but destroyed the town of Fryeburg, ME. Nestle worked awfully hard to make sure this film wouldn't be shown in Maine - so see it in New Hampshire! After the screening, there will be discussion and drinks at Cafe Noche. The film is free and open to the public. The drinks are on you!

A note to my regular readers - this has generated a lot of traffic to my blog. Nestle, and their PR firm have been regular visitors.

1 comment:

DissedBelief said...

Outstanding! I'll be be there and I know a few others who I will notify. The "water" conglomerates have a lot more to worry about than mere visits to a blog online. Such as, a (water) groundswelling of citizens starting a writing campaign to state governments demanding that eminent domain be instituted to return water to its citizens! Let me guess. The individuals that work for these companies probably consider themselves "environmentalists". And they also drive Hummers, call themselves Vegetarians and consume fish and chicken. Hypocrisy and theft are cloacked in many forms.