Tuesday, March 17, 2009

This MILF likes Mr. Pibb

Normally I would not use a headline that reads like something you'd see on Hot Horny Moms dot com...but this good looking, married 31 year old woman from Michigan really DOES like Mr. Pibb, and writes about it in her blog. She even titled the entry 'A Soda Story'. *sigh* A girl after my own heart!

(Granted, this young lady is probably about to get 100 hits this week from guys surfing the web and thinking they're gonna see some Large Boobs. Sorry! Look at it this way...I'll get 100 hits from those same guys!)

And while we're on the topic of Mr. Pibb, let's look closer into this Dr. Pepper competitor!
Mr. Pibb is a Coca Cola brand...but it seems to be MUCH more popular in the South than up here in the North. I only comment because Dr. Pepper, it's direct rival, is nationally recognized. (I often see the same disparity between Mountain Dew and Mello Yello)

Chris Houser has built the on-line shrine to Mr. Pibb here.

Mr. Pibb and Dr. Pepper ought to duke it out at the Coke vs. Pepsi lens!

Topix hosted a poll to let you choose a favorite between the two here.
Another debate, on LetsGoPens, broke out here.
(By the way, is it REALLY offensive to call the color Cherokee Red? I never even heard of the term before today!)

In all, I'd like to thank the little lady from Detroit for reminding me how great Mr. Pibb is!
Time to got to lunch....

Monday, March 9, 2009

Simon Berry and the Coca Cola Facebook Group

You'd think that I owe Simon Berry money and use my blog to pay him off in face time.
Not true.

But I DO report when he does something that can potentially be powerful...something like talking to Coca Cola about saving the World's children...so here goes:

Simon Berry has put together a Facebook group in an effort to spread the world about his ColaLife project.

Simon says, "Please will you join the ColaLife Group AND consider inviting all of your friends? We were getting nowhere with this idea until this group was formed and now we have the attention of the powers that can make it happen. Thanks.".

The facebook invitation is here: http://www.facebook.com/n/?group.php&gid=18947780476&mid=1dcdcfG2e456e55G1c40b8fG6

Simon believes that there is an opportunity to get ColaLife INSIDE the G20 Summit but, they'd need to be nominated and the group is working on getting that accomplished.

Imagine...using Coca-Cola's power of distribution to send MEDICINE and SUPPLIES to the world's impoverished children! (Like they need soda...!)