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Kids would be calmer, there would be no need for dentists and there would no eyesores like this monstrosity in Okinawa....yep the world would be a better place without the stuff.
Ryan,Yeah, I tend bar and always wonder why someone would take a good whiskey like Jack Daniels and ask to have Coke poured in it.Ya'll don't put that stuff in yer Scotch. Do ya?
I drink a lot of Coca Cola, but I will survive... :) I'll just replace it with Dr Pepper (^_^)
Muza-chan,Now, the good Dr sometimes, I have a sip or two as a hangover cure!
No not in the whisky Mike but I have been known to add a little in my Morgans Spiced Rum from time to time mmm. Shared with my SU followers.
Might be a good thing...ever since Coke started up, and carbonating with CO2, production has zoomed over the past century. Now if you compare their production graph with CO2 level graph there is a surprising similarity.:-)LOL>
Jim,First I heard of that. Interesting. Some peolple blame the cows expelling gas. Coulda been carbonated drinks, all along!
Ryan,That's a popular drink, Morgan and Coke, over here. Not with the locals; the foreigners.LOL You had me going, thinking that Captain Morans came from over your way so, I went behind the bar and read the label. The stuff come all the way from Puerto Rico. I learnt something today!
How am I supposed to focus on anything today when you've got me worrying about running out of Coke? Your photo reminds me of the 80 foot wooden Coke bottle at AT&T ballpark. They certainly do their share of advertising.
What a cool photo & Ferris wheel! I went to the World of Coca-Cola in Atlanta, Georgia last month...they should have one of these too!
Cathy,Now, I'm starting to see how popular it is with bloggers.
Strux,Sometime, I'll have to go do a night shot of it and see if they light up the Coca Cola embem.
Great shot Mike!You know, when I first moved to Korea I lived in a fairly small city. In fact, I didn't even actually live in the city. I lived almost in a rice paddy. We would go to "town" for groceries, and we had to time one visit for the day the diet coke arrived. They only had one shipment a month, and I sold out almost before it hit the shelves. Knowing now what I do about aspartame I pretty much avoid the stuff. (Plus DC is really expensive in Korea!)
LadyE,Thanks. Glad you know about aspertame. I never heard of the stuff but, will avoid it if I ever run across any.
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