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The Riptide Movement – Plastic Oceans

Brian Scally writes:

The concept for the video is the brainchild of The Riptide Movement’s frontman Malachy Tuohy. Featuring beautifully powerful choreography from London-based Edifice Dance Theatre and dancers Carmine De Amicis and Harriet Waghorn (top), the video is a visually compelling expression of the need for change in the way we produce consume, and dispose of the inexplicable amounts of plastic globally on a daily basis…

The Riptide Movement

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    1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

      You seem to have the inside track on all this stuff. What’s your primary source for news and facts, may I ask?

    2. Rob_G

      You are actually probably the thickest person I have ever seen commenting on this site; you don’t even have to believe in climate change to realise that a load of plastic getting washed into the ocean year upon year is probably bad for the fish.

      1. Culchie

        Incineration ; Problem Solved.

        Meanwhile you expect me to drink my Gin and Tonic with a pointless paper straw?!?

        Standards Ladies, Please.

        1. rotide

          “Incineration ; Problem Solved.”

          Truly the response of someone highly educated in the pros and cons of climate change right there.

        2. Lush

          Aside from the sheer asininity of your above comments, why would anyone drink a G&T through a straw?
          And incinerating plastics is as bad as throwing them in the ocean.

          1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

            To be honest, I’d drink a G&T through a mouldy gusset right now but I guess that’s irrelevant.

          2. Lush

            Have just popped the cork on a little Godello from the Ribeiro region of Galicia.
            My 4 weeks of holidays start now!

    3. Papi

      I believe our charger has a new avatar, notice the cadence and sentence structure.
      Also the utter gobsh@te he’s spewing.
      Asking for a friend, Ha!

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