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RE: CULT Coca Cola

From: Chad Schroter <Chad.Schroter@quantum.com>

	Despite words to the contrary, I have empirical evidence that Coca
Cola, in sufficient dosage will indeed help speed up the process of organic
decomposition. The key to the application holds the secret. The Composter
must first cycle the Coca Cola through his/her Kidneys and the results will
be astounding.

	Which brings to mind a little tale of two siblings who each planted
a sunflower seed, each boasting they could grow the biggest one. As they
cared for their individual plants one grew much better that the other
despite the lavish care of the 6 year old boy. After a time he confessed to
his parents that he had peed on his sisters plant in an attempt to kill it -
and the more he did the bigger it got. 

Chad Schroter

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