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Re: OT-Dr Pepper


From: GardnrJan1@aol.com

In a message dated 11/18/99 12:22:46 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
HIPSource@aol.com writes:

<< I halfway expected someone to inquire about about RC being preferred below 
 the Smith and Wesson line. One comes to expect questions about RC, and dread 
 them. I usually answer that it is best consumed with possum since it cuts 
the 
 grease. >>
Anner,
    Hate RC, but prefer Pepsi and it's almost bizarre how hard Pepsi is to 
find here in Myrtle BEach, it's definately a Coke town.   A manager/friend 
who works at a local CVS store says it's all about how much extra perk they 
pay for shelfspace and Coke pays the most.   And here's the inside story on 
Coke and Pepsi, according to someone who worked for PepsiCo...the secret 
formulas are: Coke is orange-based cola...Pepsi is lemon-based.   And that's 
as far from an iris topic as it can get!
Janet Natale
zone 8 of SC where it's gonna be warmer again this week

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