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Monday, February 23, 2004



I'm a lemon only (hot or iced)tea guy myself. I don't drink that retched coffee though. If I have a need for a sweetener I use plain old sugar.


That all sounds nice on the surface, but as I recall, you drink that retch-ed Pepsi, you wretch.

I'm with you on the sugar thing. If you're gonna skip dessert, splurge 32 calories in your coffee - you'll burn 'em off before you get back to the office.


I mean what I typo. Now I think I'm gonna retch.


Haven't you heard? The stuff in the blue packet is a conspiracy involving the government and some aliens and Enron and Martha Stewart!. It causes cancer and memory loss, and it's all about the oil!

Bush lied, people used Equal and died!


It's a CIA plot started during the Reagan administration and distributed by the Skull and Bones Society and the Trilateral Commission via black helocopters. Bush knew.


I know a poor unfortunate soul who developed the aspartame-induced memory loss, only it was more like full-blown dementia. It took a full 6 months to recover her senses after she stopped the equal. The following year, she embarked on another diet plan and used Splenda, which caused chemo-like hair loss at a rapid rate. Whatever happened to "Better Living Through Chemistry"? The promise is unfullfilled.


My mom was a big diet cola drinker and now she can't even finish a sentence. She has stopped drinking diet drinks but hasn't yet returned to normal. That stuff scares me.


Ever seen the movie "Michael"? You just can't have too much sugar. Minimum of three heaping spoons per cuppa coffee in ehduhmonton, and keep em coming!

Not that I am, like, addicted or anything ...

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