Soda

Crossing a line
Crossing a line
There's a bunch of yuppies trying to change the name of Harlem to something so dreadfully demeaning, I could cry. They want to change the name of Harlem to SOHA. Hipsta PLEASE. Slowly, yet surely, the neighborhood in the borough of Manhattan has been nearly destroyed by a gaggle of hipsters who've been renaming sections of town to suit their gentrifying ways...
See one with your name on it?
See one with your name on it?
I know the name "Rick" has made it on a Coca-Cola bottle before but I'm not so sure we'll ever see a "Rik" on a bottle. I'm totally bummed about that. It's almost summer and Coca-Cola has started putting names on the side of Coca-Cola bottles again. I know I didn't make it on a bottle but did you? I've got an easy way for you to check.
What did Dew do?
What did Dew do?
I'm an avid Mountain Dew drinker as you may know from me talking about it all the time on my radio show. I think if our listeners had to pick one thing that they remember most about me, it'd be my consumption of "The Dew." They know Mountain Dew is a daily part of my life, but recently Mountain Dew has me taking a second take at the grocery store due to their new labels.
Filter Works So Good It Can Get The Water from Coke
Filter Works So Good It Can Get The Water from Coke
Water filters are great. They filter out most of the bad stuff to give you a better, cleaner water. Perfect if you're using tap water or well water. There have been other filters like those life straws where you can drink straight from dirty ponds and such which I'd still be afraid to try. This guy shows off this filter by literally filtering Coca-Cola into water. But, it can't work all that great
Japanese Pepsi Could Actually Make You Skinnier
Japanese Pepsi Could Actually Make You Skinnier
First there was soda, carbonated sugar water that was sure to expand your waistline. Then there was "diet" soda, which didn't add any calories to the equation but was sweetened with chemicals that may not be so great for you. Now, in Japan, there is something called Pepsi Special. This drink is so chock-full of chemicals -- mainly indigestible dextrin -- that there are claims it can actu
New York City to Ban Large Soft Drinks – Is Your City Next?
New York City to Ban Large Soft Drinks – Is Your City Next?
By this time next year, residents of New York City won’t be able to buy an absurdly large and absurdly overpriced cup of soda to go alongside their absurdly large and absurdly overpriced vat of popcorn when they are enjoying a movie. That’s because New York mayor Mike Bloomberg has proposed a ban — which is widely expected to be ratified by the city’s board of health — that would outlaw the sale o