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Browsing Posts published in October, 2009

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Recently it’s become very clear that manufacturers of soda and other soft drinks have quite a bit in common with the makers of cigarettes and other tobacco products. I saw a magazine ad recently, paid for by the Coca Cola Bottling Company, that was so similar to a Philip Morris ad that it was […]

Who says fire kills the undead? Cap off your Halloween costume with Anthony’s Flaming Zombie!

Introduction: Japan boasts of one of the youngest whisky industry in the world. The first distillery was established in 1923, and it is only in the last 30 years or so that its products have come to the attention of whisky drinkers other than the Japanese themselves. History: The model for […]

The 21 minimum legal drinking age (MLDA) law is currently one of the most scrutinized and debated laws in the US. This article presents the views of the different stakeholders in this issue. The United States has the highest legal drinking age in the western world. This age limit was established by the National […]

Hold aerator over glass and pour wine through for instant aeration Mixes proper amount of air in right amount of time. During manufacturing, the material folds around rods and wraps back resulting in two slightly visible fold lines. These lines extend up from each air hole and are normal. Easily and conveniently enhances flavor, bouquet, […]

“The View” Season 10. The girls discuss the new soft drink Cocaine while Joy messes up a prop (Lay’s potato chips) she used for a joke. Hysterical!

Improve your memory? Lift your mood? Relieve tension? A growing market of functional health beverages enhanced with herbs and other ingredients promise to improve your health. But do these drinks really offer health benefits? Judging by the reaction to these products the answer is a resounding, yes. Americans want to be healthier and […]

Scotch whisky is the whisky made in Scotland. The drink, which is termed, as whisky in Britain is known as Scotch in the United States. Scotch whisky is divided into four distinct categories: single malt, blended malt, vatted malt and single grain. A Single Malt Scotch Whisky is the product of one specific distillery […]

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