Fiji Water at Anti-Fracking Film Limo Tour

So a bunch of saintly celebrities are on the anti-fracking bandwagon again. Josh Fox, director of the anti-fracking film Gasland, led a celebrity limo tour to the town of Dimock, PA on Thursday. Yoko Ono, Sean Lennon, Arun Ghandi, and Susan Sarandon were on hand. And here, Yoko brought her walrus is holding up a rusty colored milk-jug of the supposed contaminated town water (later proven false by the EPA):

Josh Fox, director of the anti-fracking film Gasland, led a celebrity bus tour through the town of Dimock, PA on Thursday. Yoko Ono, Sean Lennon, and Susan Sarandon
Yoko Ono and Sean Lennon in Dimock, PA with Josh Fox’s Gasland

On the very same page is this ad for Fiji water:

Fiji Water, Discover Earth's Finest Water
Fiji Water, Discover Earth’s Finest Water

Talk about product placement!

5 thoughts on “Fiji Water at Anti-Fracking Film Limo Tour”

  1. Ahhh, bless em all, ‘celebs’ are priceless when it comes to acting on an issue before researching it.

    Some do it without wishing the recognition for them selves, and to them here’s a pat on the back

    For those ‘celebs’ that do it for them selves and the camera; remember that a pat on the back is only 18 inches away from a kick up the butt!

    Yours Aye.

  2. The left always gets carried away with themselves when it comes to emotions and feelings….for them, it’s more important to demonstrate their feelings than to actually engage in critical thought and results….we all find at the end of the day, reality and results will trump any of their feelings and good intentions…good intentions don’t matter when results predict the exact opposite. This is the saddest commentary of all…and people like the above are actually ignorant of their own mental state. Yoko Ono and other celebrities deserve sympathy because they demonstrate their low IQs and when their own emotions get in the way of reality….k

  3. Do ya think the celebs even research any of the stuff they get involved with? I think it is just an opportunity to see their name in print and pictures in the paper.

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