|Riskbreaker - 2013-12-09 |
"Population control while they make billions!" says the crazy yt comments, now my question is, how exactly you make "billions" if you are "killing" so many people?
John Holmes Motherfucker
1. GMO aspartame poop.
2. Billions die.
Go ahead and hate me for the meme. To me, your hate tastes like Strawberry Ice cream.
|SteamPoweredKleenex - 2013-12-09 |
This is the same FUD that one can spread over table salt or simple water. Does the metabolism of aspartame produce methanol and then formaldehyde? Yes, but at far lower levels than, say, drinking a load of fruit juice.
Evidence? We don't need evidence when we have Photoshop and an audience that would be falling for young earth creationism if they weren't so busy being ignorant about chemistry.
No kidding. Or how GMOs aren't these micro-toxin-factories of doom. They're making the same assumption as above with the whole doublethink of "they're killing millions of people while making them eat a lot of stuff."
They really need to be worried about GMO patents and the laws behind them, but I guess that's too HAAAAaaaaarrrd, and being afraid that teenage mutant ninja corn is going to give you spleen cancer and AIDS to your dog is far more self-satisfying.
If anything, the real issues with GMO crops are less convoluted and leave much less room for misunderstanding. I heard a theory once that people develop these types of complexes because it makes them feel like they have some secret special truth to evangelize. The more sensational the secret special truth, the more important and righteous it makes them feel.
Hawaii just recently banned GMO products from being made or imported into the country, but funnily enough, even the dipshit, uneducated anti-GMO crowd had to concede that the law could only apply moving forward because if they outlawed everything GMO, their economy would crumble since several of their largest crop exports are GMO effected.
It'll be interesting to see in a year or so what this law does to their already insane cost of living there.
I heard Monsanto frankensoy yielded 10% less than regular, but who knows if that's true or not. Monsanto would kill your pets to deny it, and conspitards would kill your pets to affirm it. The Internet is rapidly becoming useless for information because of all of them.
I tried looking up science articles on the earth's weakening magnetic field (it really is) and ended up giving up and going straight to the ESA website, which would have been useless had they not recently launched satellites to study it. Tens of thousands of pages of Christomoron Illuminates clogged every search.
This is good because he gets totally drowned out by Motörhead
|candyheadrobot - 2013-12-09 |
Let's see if we can chase that absurd self-imposed delusion connected to the Illuminati dubstep rabbit.
Granted, fuck Monsanto, pharmaceutical companies, and the western world's diet practices, but sorry, there will never be a coke or soft drink produced that you can replace water for, or drink to excess.
I was going to make a joke about artificial water, but then I googled it and discovered it's the name of this gel you can stick plants in to make it look like they're... well, watered.
|memedumpster - 2013-12-09 |
Conspiracy tards with a hatred of actual knowledge have been shown to break down USA into DPRK. Symptoms include inability to breathe except through the mouth, and a lack of tension in the jaw leading to a permanent state of slack. The only known cure is staring directly at the sun.
|sasazuka - 2013-12-09 |
These people fail basic biochemistry, I think. At the bacterial level, pure chemical byproducts and enzymes are not what we'd consider "poop", but, even if I granted that it's poop, bacteria are in your body, pooping all the time, and some of that bacteria poop you need to live.
Oh, wait, calling beer "yeast poop" reminded me of something, this Crazy Gail video that demonstrates roughly the same scientific competency as the video in the OP.
Of course, Gail has an excuse for her terrible science class video, she's being trolled and she's nucking futs.
|BorrowedSolution - 2013-12-09 |
Seriously though, the aftertaste IS a crime against humanity. I'm glad I don't need soda so badly that I'm willing to hate-crime my mouth for a sweet,sweet taste of it.
The second generation diet colas (or third, if you count Tab), meaning Coke Zero and Pepsi Max, taste better than the old Diet Coke and Diet Pepsi (in my opinion, somehow my brother still prefers Diet Pepsi to Pepsi Max) and I don't notice much of an aftertaste compared to the previous generation diet colas.
I like diet Pepsi better than regular, unless it's so cold it has ice chips in it. TAB is the best for yummy yummy mouth crime.
I like Pepsi Max, and I find myself consuming more Pepsi products when bought from the store. Mostly that's because (1) the bottled stuff stays fizzy for about the same length of time as Coke now, rather than going insta-flat, and (2) Coke thinks selling their stuff in bottles about 8oz smaller for the same price is a great marketing strategy.
On #2, I don't get that at all. Both products used to be sold in 6-pack 24-oz bottles, and now Diet Coke is only in 16-oz bottles, but at the same price as before. WTF?
Caffeine < coca.
Seriously, if you or anyone you know ever goes to south America get your hands on some coca tea (not difficult since it's as legal as normal tea). In comparison, caffeine seems simultaneously too strong and harsh yet also boring.
If raw coca leaves were legal in the US I would drink tea from them every day, and probably be a lot more successful in life as a result.
Coca tea < O.G. Coca-Cola. Funny how the War on Arbitrary Drugs can make a few generations of Americans forget that cocaine was once not only available OTC but marketed to children.
Which this guy acknowledges, but leaves out the millions of deaths it caused. Wait....no.....the other one....it didn't.
|pyslexic dharmacist - 2013-12-14 |
There are so many comments I could make on this pile of shit, but wtf is this guy's first language? He has the weirdest accent.
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