Regardless of your belief about the rights and wrongs of the campaign led by Bob Geldof about world poverty the Live 8 concert in Hyde Park, London on Saturday was an outstanding success
Annie saw a TV interview by Jonathan Ross with Sir Bob before the event started and he made the following short but very powerful remarks.
Like him or loathe him (and for the record I like him a lot) Sir Bob never pulls his punches and always uses his words wisely.
"When you go to bed after the concert ask yourself; What it is we've seen; What it is we've remembered; What it is we've done it for?"
Says it all doesn't it?
Thank you Sir Bob for at least trying to make a difference while moaning cynics stand on the sidelines doing absolutely nothing personally and then having the nerve to complain that Live 8 will make no difference.