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H2-Uh-Oh. (Happy World Water Day!)

  
  
  
  

Water, water, every where - so why all the fuss?  

Confused?  Join the club.  Water is every where - or so we thought.  Faucets, fridges, and flowing rivers all appear full of the stuff.  But somehow the crisis still looms and our relationship with food might be to blame.

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 Did you know? 

    You eat 5000 litres of water a day. (Yes, EAT.)

    Learn more @ the World Water Day website 


Rather than rehash what has been well written on the UN World Water Day site, today’s post offers a lighter look at why we should celebrate water (as long as it's still around.)

Happy World Water Day! 

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[VIDEO] World Water Day Official Video 2012

(Title) The World is Thirsty Because We are Hungry

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[VIDEO]  Water Sculpture

(Shinichi Maruyama on Vimeo.)

   

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[VIDEO]  GOSWIM.TV  BACKSTROKE - MARCHING SOLDIER

Web Series can be found at blip.tv

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[VIDEO]  NOVUS SWELL FEATURING HAWAII'S NEXT GENERATION SURFERS

Web Series can be found at blip.tv

Comments

World Water Day 2012 can be taken very seriously, or with a bit of humor. Thanks for stepping up.
Posted @ Friday, March 23, 2012 6:31 AM by Charles Miske
Thank you, Charles. We appreciate your feedback and kind words.  
 
Humor can be tricky like ice. We try to always be respectful using it to add value to the conversation. But it can be tricky all the same.  
 
I must say it is incredible what you're up to. Your story is one we hope to hear more of as the months progress. (Talk about stepping up!) 
 
Kindly let us know when you arrive up top each time(so that we can celebrate too).  
 
Stay Healthy & Go Strong, 
 
Robert - Cybex Editoral Team
Posted @ Friday, March 23, 2012 6:36 PM by Robert Barcia
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