of coke, pepsi, budweiser, and Robert Goulet
Sunday February 04th 2007, 10:46 pm
Filed under: Random bits of cheese

I’m not much of a sports person, I’m more for blowing things up. But there are few who can resist the Super Bowl. This year it was a weird game. And I’m not only talking about the 92 yard touchdown ran from the kickoff, or the relentless turnovers, but there was actually a commercial that almost made me respect Kevin Federline. Almost. Okay, not really, but it was still funny.

What’s not funny, however, is what Pepsi did. Not funny, and not forgiveable. First, they created a beverage by adding extra sugar to flat Coke, then they sponsored this year’s half time show starring Prince. Or, the artist formerly known as the artist formerly known as prince with the hemaphrodite hieroglyphic symbol. All pepsi drinkers despair. Your drink has abandoned you, and all you stand for. Obviously, I’m a Coke person, but this is no longer about Coke vs. pepsi. This is about right and wrong. Prince did a cover of CCR’s ‘Rolling on the River.’ Blasphemy! That, my friends, is when doves cry.

I hope Robert Goulet shows up to mess with his stuff when he’s low on energy.


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