The useless, plastic STUFF you get from Albert Heijn campaigns

So I go to Albert Heijn yesterday, I buy a bunch of stuff and at the “kassa” they ask me if I am saving for I don’t know what promotion. I tell them no, I’m not saving, but the bored girl at the register hands me 3 shiny plastic packages. I take them, just to be polite. I get home, I forget about those plastic packages, and the next day I rummage through my bag in search of my wallet, when I find them! the 3 shiny plastic bags! Well, my curiosity was piqued, so I open one and find……

“The Wall”

I’ve recently been to the latest Roger Waters “The Wall” performance in Arnhem. And I’m calling it a “performance” or a “show”, because this is what it was. It was not a music concert, like it used to be when Pink Floyd were together. Its value was not in the music, which, I have to say, was merely mediocre as far as quality goes. The real value of the show was its message. And how the message was projected into reality. The show was a 3D “projection” in the true sense of the word. Its power stood in imagery…