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Review: David S. Pumpkins - a Smashing Success

Finally something on SNL that wasn’t over-politicized crap 💩. See, the problem with blatant political humor, whether on the left or on the right, is that it often assumes that we are too stupid to get the message. 575 more words

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Coca-Cola Releases Coke Zero Sugar

Dear The Coca-Cola Company:

On July 26, your company announced that Coke Zero was to be replaced with a new recipe, resulting in the drink Coke Zero Sugar. 448 more words

Today's Theme Music

Well, this is it.

We’ve begun the countdown to the end of the world, also known as The Doritos Great American Eclipse of 2017. I’ll keep posting right up until the last possible moment. 227 more words

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April 23rd in history:

April 23rd is believed to be William Shakespeare’s birthday, in 1564. It is also the date when Shakespeare died in 1616 – and the date when his play “The Merry Wives of Windsor” opened in 1597, with Queen Elizabeth in the audience. 83 more words

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If it Ain't Broke, Fix It (Also Tuesday TV Talk)

Remember Qwikster, and how great that turned out? Like, worse than New Coke?

Well, you know those star ratings on Netflix? I don’t know about anyone else, but when I’ve never seen or heard about a show, I kind of rely on those. 244 more words

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How Not To Involve Customers

In 1985 one of the biggest brands in the world nearly destroyed itself – by listening to what customers said.

Coca-Cola developed a product dubbed “New Coke” that was slightly sweeter than the original. 879 more words

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Is Trump the "New Coke" of politics?

New Coke was introduced when I was in graduate school in 1985, replacing the iconic brand with a sweeter, supposedly better tasting formulation. The change was a complete and total failure with Coca Cola Classic reappearing after a few months, or was it? 156 more words

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