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!

Beatles 2.0

Are the Beatles getting back together? No. But it is possible their offspring might:

James McCartney?

A new sort of hope has drifted entirely toward the Beatle descendants. Paul’s son, 34-year-old singer/songwriter James McCartney, told the BBC that he’d be up for forming a band with some other musically inclined Scions of the Fabs.

The group could be called “The Beatles—The Next Generation,” the BBC interview helpfully suggested.

James even suggested that he’d had discussions with other Beatle offspring that could result in a quorum…. with one major holdout to contend with.

James McCartney?

“I don’t think it’s something that Zak wants to do,” said McCartney, referring to Ringo Starr’s son Zak Starkey, a highly successful drummer. “Maybe Jason would want to do it,” he added, throwing the name of a lesser-known Starr offspring into the mix. “I’d be up for it. Sean (Lennon) seemed to be into it, Dhani (Harrison) seemed to be into it. I’d be happy to do it.”

Paul’s son, James looks a little like a teletubbie. I wonder if they’ll be playing kid’s music?