Coke Addiction Claims Another Victim

Something must be done about the availability of Coke. It’s readily available across the country.  Even children have easy access. We must do something.  If it saves just one life.

“I find that, when all the available evidence in considered, were it not for the consumption of very large quantities of Coke by Natasha Harris, it is unlikely that she would have died when she died and how she died,” coroner Crerar said in his report, released today.

Won’t someone please think of the eight children who had their mother taken away from them? Why is it still available here in the United States? Who really needs it anyway? And in such excessive quantities?

Help us Mayor Bloomberg!

Please, think of the children.


7 thoughts on “Coke Addiction Claims Another Victim”

  1. You’ll have to pry my 12 ounce cans of soda out of my cold dead & toothless mouth.

    Lady, you think messing around guns is bad; that ain’t nothing compare to taking away people’s caffeine and sugar.


    1. It isn’t the sugar that is the problem. It is the dang High Fructose Corn Sweetener. Get the HFCS out of drinks, and out of foods, and this would never have happened. HFCS is the reason for all the overweight folk, for kids going ADHD (well HFCS, videogames and TV after supper, parents working for less that $12/hour, and ethanol in the gasoline), the end of the manned space program, doctors quitting medicine before ObamaCare kicks in, and MASH going off the air.

  2. See, the problem I have with this particular bit of fun is that I can see some jackass (like Bloomberg) linking back to it as a serious post in support of their own little jihad in a can.

    And my sentiment comes closer to Erin’s than anything. But then I use to start the second half of a double shift with three shots of raw Mt. Dew syrup dipped out of the keg. Anyone fool enough to take my caffeine has sealed their fate. And I have the working knowledge of anatomy and the knife skills to make it last. Hands are kinda shaky though but that just adds a level of randomness to the damage.


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