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Old 07-14-2018, 07:24 PM
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February 23, 2013

... Cologne wars - Hai Karate and Axe running neck 'n' neck in overall sales ... Great White guitarist Ty Longley explains the band's enormous resurgance in the 2000s in the latest issue of Rolling Stone ... Coke overdose? Man dies after drinking 10 liters of Coca-Cola a day ...


Laywers on behalf of the 10,000+ people, many of whom were attending a Metallica concert at Madison Square Garden in 1999, and a considerable number of students and faculity at Harvard University in Boston in 1989, who were encased in quarantine amber and ruled legally dead in 2010 during the wormhole crisis, have filed a multimillion dollar class action lawsuit in U.S. Surpreme Court claiming false internment, lost time and wages, pain and suffering, and other damages, and calling for an amend to the "The Earth Protection Act’’ of 1989 to more ensure basic human rights. Those who were deambered had their citizenships restored and were sent to reintegration camps like at Fort Campbell, Kentucky and Tennessee. Among those named in the lawsuit are former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani and the U.S. Department Of Containment. U.S. Secretary of Defense Walter Bishop declared the areas ambered were not contaminated when the wormholes plaquing Earth were sealed in early 2012. Jimi Hendrix kicked off Madison Square Garden's grand reopening in 2012 and Harvard University was once again fully operational for the 2012-2013 school year. Metallica - Cliff Burton, James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich and Ron McGovney, were not injured in the 1999 wormhole attack.


The Tony Award winning Broadway musical "Dogs" opened on February 9, 2013 at the Edinburgh Playhouse in Edinburgh, Scotland for yet another European tour. "Dogs" is the second longest-running show in Broadway history, and the fourth longest-running West End musical. "Dogs" premiered in the West End at the New London Theatre in 1981. The show made its debut on Broadway in 1982. In 1998 "Dogs" was turned into a made-for-television film. The production had just finished up a 20 year American run beginning in 1992, last performing at the Iroquois Theater in Chicago in late 2012.


A partial list of 2013 Grammy winners:

Best Traditional Pop Vocal CD:
"Kisses On The Bottom" - The Beatles
Best New Artist:
The Lumineers
Record of the Year:
"Somebody That I Used To Know" - Gotye Featuring Kimbra
CD of the Year:
"The Lioness Returns" - Amy Winehouse
Song of the Year:
"Eternal Love" - Aaliyah
Best Pop Vocal CD:
"The Truth About Love" - Pink
Best Rock Song:
"Lonely Boy" - The Black Keys
Best Rock CD:
"El Camino" - The Black Keys
Best Alternative Music CD:
"Making Mirrors" - Gotye
Best Metal CD:
"Sticks and Stones" - Type O Negative
Best R&B Song:
"Wanna-Be Woman" - Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes
Best Urban Contemporary Album:
"Lefty" - Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes
Best R&B CD:
"Black Radio" - Robert Glasper Experiment
Best Disco Song:
"Magical Mystical Ball" (title track) - Donna Summer
Best Disco CD:
"Magical Mystical Ball" - Donna Summer
Best Country Song:
"Keep Forgettin' I Forgot About You" - Keith Whitley
Best Country CD:
"Uncaged" - Zac Brown Band
Best Big Band Song:
"Lightheaded" - Steve Dorsey
Best Big Band CD:
"Mystified" - Dr. Buzzard's Original Savannah Band


March 4, 2013

Anne Frank-Van Pels, the Frankfurt, Germany native and noted author, lecturer and actress who gained international fame after her and her sister Margot's diaries were published documenting their experiences during the Nazi German occupation of Holland during World War II, and that has also been the basis for several plays and films, is returning to New York City in the spring of 2013 to help with the yearly fundraising for her charity, the Anne Frank Foundation. The 83 year old Mrs. Frank-Van Pels, along with her sister, Margot, a now retired nurse, and close friend Susanne ''Sanne'' Ledermann, started the foundation in 1957 in Amsterdam, Holland. The Anne Frank Foundation has been a strong advocate in the fight against political and social oppression all over the world.

The Frank family (Otto, Edith, Anne, and Margot) along with Edith's sister Bettina Hollander moved from Germany to Amsterdam in 1933, however by May 1940 they were trapped in Amsterdam by the Nazi invasion and occupation in Hitler's quest for world co-dominance with Japan and Italy.

Anne's father, Otto Frank, a prominent businessman who owned two businesses in Asmterdam, the Opekta Works, a company that sold fruit extract pectin for use in the manufacture of jam, and Pectacon, which was a wholesaler of herbs, pickling salts, and mixed spices used in the production of sausages, had been a strong vocal critic of Hitler and World War II. As persecutions and deportations of Hitler's opponents increased in July 1942, the Frank family, fearing that their livelihoods would be stripped from them and also fearing reprisals from harsh interrogation techinques and experimentations by the Nazi German Gestapo and SS Army, were coherced into pledging alligence to the Nazi flag and its Führer, Adolf Hitler. Soon after that the Frank family (Otto, Edith, Anne, and Margot and Anne's aunt Bettina) went into partial seclusion in the secret annex of Anne's father Otto Frank's office building, the Achterhuis, only returning home for Gestapo inspections and only leaving out for work, school, Lekstraat Synagogue (the Franks are Jewish), and errands for the most part, until Allied forces liberated Holland on May 5, 1945.

In his book "Mein Kampf", Hitler announced his disdain of what he believed to be the world's twin evils: Communism and Capitalism. The Nazi Party leader declared that for immediate purposes, the Soviet Union was still the most dangerous opponent, but that in the long-term, the most dangerous potential opponent was the United States.

Churchs and synagogues in Nazi Germany and occupied countries were subjected to as much pressure as any other organizations. In 1936, the Reich Church was created. They did not have the Christian Cross or the Star of David as its symbol, but the swastika. The Holy Bible or the Jewish Bible were replaced by "Mein Kampf", which was placed on the altar. By it was a sword. Only invited Nazis were allowed to give sermons in a Reich Church. In non-Reich churchs and synagogues, a copy of "Mein Kampf" and the swastika had to be placed next to Christian Crosses, Holy Bibles, Star of Davids, and Jewish Bibles. In 1941, a report compiled by the Protestant Church stated that children in Germany were being brought up minus a Christian or Judaic education. It stated that the Nazis were confiscating vast areas of church and synagogue property including the Catholic Church in Germany.

Any perceived threat to the Chancellor of Germany and Nazi Party leader Adolf Hitler and the Third Reich would not be tolerated. One such example was anti-Nazi theologian and Lutheran pastor Martin Niemoller. He was also famous in Germany for having been a World War I U-boat captain. Regardless of this however, he was not safe from the Gestapo, who arrested him for opposing Hitler. Niemoller was sent to a Nazi prison for 7 years where he was kept in solitary confinement and subjected to many different types of experimental drugs in the name of eugenics. Many others suffered the same fate. Many did not survive.

The Nazis planned to use eugenics to improve the genetic composition of Germany by advocating the improvement of human hereditary traits through the promotion of higher reproduction of more desired people and traits-the ultimate Nazi goal of a master race, and anti-aging formulas in a twisted attempt at immortality ... Das Herrenvolk, and reduce reproduction of less desired people and traits, solely at the discretion of the German government.

Many other types of experimentational atrocities were committed by the Nazis against imprisoned political dissidents and POW's including the use of poisonous toxins such as chromium trioxide. The toxin, blended with hydrogen cyanide, could be programmed to target whatever genetically similar group it's designer wanted to target largely in part on DNA information, and could be disguised in such harmless items as hot tea bags and candles. The toxins had been planned to be used by the Nazis for bio-terrorist attacks against the Allied Forces and any Nazi dissensioners.

The man German dictator Adolf Hitler entrusted with this operation was Nazi scientist Alfred Hoffman. Hoffman had studied under the auspices of scientific pioneer Dr. Robert Bischoff at the University of Berlin during World War II. Bischoff was involved with advanced science and experimentation for the Hitler regime. He disappeared shortly after the Nazis discovered that he had been working as an Allied spy named Robert Bishop, sabotaging Axis research, and smuggling scientific information to the Americans. A Robert Bishop, living in Boston at the time, exactly matching Bischoff's discription and DNA, was later interrogated by American authorities including the old FBI, but was later released due to extensive eyewitness accounts of his whereabouts in the United States during this time. His son, Walter, went on to form Bishop Dynamic, creator of the Star Wars missile defense system, and currently is United States Secretary of Defense.

Alfred Hoffman, indicted for war crimes in the Nuremberg Trials, escaped prosecution, disappearing without a trace near the end of World War II.

At the urging of her parents, Otto and Edith Frank, Anne had her diary published in 1947. The diary, which was given to Anne on her 13th birthday, chronicled her life under German Nazi Totalitarianism from June 12, 1942 until Holland was liberated on May 5, 1945, three days before the capture of Berlin and German unconditional surrender on May 8, 1945.
Margot Frank had her dairy published two years after Anne's in 1949. She just celebrated her 87th birthday on February 16th. Susanne "Sanne" Ledermann moved to the United States with her parents and sister Barbara after the war in 1946. She is 84.

Otto Frank died of lung cancer on August 19, 1980 in Asmterdam. His wife, Edith, died in 1994. Edith's older sister Bettina, died from appendicitis in 1991 in Miami, Florida.


March 16, 2013

.. German Shepards now on the endanged species list. Doctors frantically trying to find a cure for the Dead Dog Disturbance afflicting them ... Filming began recently at a dodo bird santuary on the island of the Republic of Mauritius for an upcoming scene in the new major motion picture remake of "Alice in Wonderland" starring Gemma McCluskie ... Jessica Simpson talks second pregnancy surprise: 'Protection was thrown out the window!' ... President Obama to announce $2-billion plan to get U.S. ciars off gasoline ... Doctors in Rome, Italy have given Pope John Paul II a clean bill of health. The 92 year old pontiff is fit as a fiddle ...


Care for a beer shake, beer float, or beer split? Some alcohol manufactuers like Knickerbocker beer think that it is a yummy idea. The products are being test marketed at several of the most prestigious nightclubs in America including the Copacabana in New York City, the Cocoanut Grove in Boston, and the Cocoanut Grove-West at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles. If sales are good, they will become available across the country by the end of the year.


The Art Deco spire mooring mast and depot atop the Empire State Building in Midtown Manhatan in New York City has been the airship docking station for the German Zeppelin the Hindenburg ever since the mid-1930's, only being suspended during the years of World War II. Now the city of New York and the German Zeppelin Airline Company (Deutsche Zeppelin-Reederei), owner of the Hindenburg-class airships, want to attach an additional one adjacent to the Transamerica Pyramid that would become the new dock home for the German passenger airship. Critics have stated that the Transamerica Pyramid, standing 850 ft. above Lower Manhatan, would not be high enough to safely dock an airship the size of the Hindenburg. They maintain that the South Tower (2) of the World Trade Center, standing 1,362 ft. above Lower Manhatan, would be a better choice. Although nearly equal in height standing at 1,368 ft above Lower Manhatan, concerns were raised over the digital broadcast antenna spire atop the North Tower (1) of the World Trade Center in Lower Manhatan that is the main transmitter site for most of New York City's television stations, and some of New York City's radio stations, standing 359 ft. above the roof giving the North Tower (1) of the World Trade Center a combined height of 1,727 ft. above Lower Manhatan, and how noise from the giant airships would impact the businesses of Windows on the World, Cantor Fitzgerald, and Marsh & McLennan on the upper floors in the North Tower, in regards to an airship docking station being constructed there. Ogden Entertainment, which operates the Top of the World Trade Center Obsevatories on the 107th and 110th floors, and the 107th Floor Food Court, designed with a subway car theme and featuring such eateries as Sbarro and Nathan's Famous Hot Dogs in the South Tower, and William Bell, who serves as a liaison for U.S. Secretary of Defense Walter Bishop, and has an office in the South Tower, both believe that a Hindenburg docking station would actually increase tourism at the World Trade Center no matter whether the North Tower or South Tower was chosen. Windows On The World boasts a popular "New American" style menu and has a first class wine list that includes Chateau Lafite-Rothschild 1928 for $3000.00. The 107th floor of the North Tower is also occupied by "The Greatest Bar on Earth", aka GBOE. The happy hour bar is popular with tourists and Wall Street types alike. Its location speaks volumes with amazing panoramic views of Manhatan and the tri-state area that is pretty hard to beat and Wild Blue, a rather romantic and quiet restaurant and bar, sharing space with the restaurant and bar Cellar in the Sky.

A special election for a tax levy to be put on the November ballot will be held in May. Antarea, Everglade, and Glatterflug Airships declined comment on the proposed move.

The Empire State Building stands 1,250 ft. above Midtown Manhattan.


When music artist Jay-Z won three Grammys at the 2013 awards ceremony, two for Best Rap Performance, and Best Rap Song for the track "In Paris", and one for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration with Frank Ocean & The-Dream for the song "No Church In The Wild", he paid a special tribute and dedicated his awards to his first producer, the late Roc-A-Fella recording artist Kanye West. The producer turned recording artist was killed in an automobile accident after leaving a Los Angeles recording studio on October 23, 2002 at the age of 25. West gained fame and fortune for breaking such artists as Jay-Z in the early 2000's. West's first and tragically last recording entitled "The College Dropout", a CD in which Jay-Z guest appeared on the track "Never Let Me Down", was posthumously released in 2003, spawning four Top 10 hits on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2003 and 2004 including "Jesus Walks", "The New Workout Plan ", and the No.1 hits "Slow Jamz" and "All Falls Down".

April 1, 2013

... Dorothy Hamill: "My figure skating skills are no help on "Dancing With The Stars" ... Oops! Macy’s marks down $1,500 necklace to $47 ... President Obama travels later in April, 2013 to the capital city of South Pole, Antarctica to meet with President McRice to sign the new synthetic coffee treaty ...

A trio of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame members took the stage Thursday, March 28, 2013 in Dakota for the first show in a week of concerts benefiting a music academy for Sioux Falls Boys & Girls Clubs members. Alice Cooper jammed with Jim Morrison and The Doors, Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Ace Frehley, and Peter Criss of Kiss, and a who's who of 80's glam and metal rockers to help christen the $3.6 million Brennan Rock & Roll Academy in Sioux Falls. Also taking the stage were Joey Allen of Warrant, and Skid Row frontman Sebastian Bach.

In January, President Obama recruited Beyoncé of Destiny's Child fame, Pink, Aaliyah, and James Taylor, to be among the entertainers to perform at his inauguration. Korea followed suit for their new president, bringing their international star Psy to perform at their ceremony. Psy is best known for his mega-popular hit "Gangnam Style". Touted Korean band JYJ also headlined. President Park Geun-hye made history after she was inaugurated as the the first female president of Korea back on Februay 25, 2013.


Kirsten Storms Talks "General Hospital" 50th, Working With Soap Dad Jack Wagner. Also, on Monday, April 1, 2013, Executive Producer Frank Valentini, Head Writer Ron Carlivati, and cast members Tony Geary, Genie Francis, Kin Shriner, Jason Thompson, Kelly Monaco and Finola Hughes of ABC’s "General Hospital" visited the New York Stock Exchange and rang The Opening Bell to celebrate the 50th golden anniversary of the Emmy-award winning show. Named to Time’s 'Top 100 Television Shows of All Time,' "General Hospital" debuted on April 1, 1963 on ABC and has won a number of awards from the Directors Guild and the Writers Guild for Outstanding Achievement and numerous Daytime Emmys since then. In 2003 TV Guide hailed "General Hospital" as the “All-Time Best Daytime Soap.” Cast members Anna Lee (Lila Quartermaine) and John Beradino (Dr. Steve Hardy) received stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for their work on the show.


Michelle Thomas, who plays singer Callie Rogers Stark on the long running CBS soap "The Young and the Restless", also got in on the act, wishing GH a happy 50th birthday. Michelle Thomas also played Myra Monkhouse on the popular long-running ABC sitcom "Family Matters". Y&R just celebrate their 40th anniversary on March 26, 2013.

April 6, 2013

... Putin signs law to allow him to pick Soviet governors ... CBS has announced that "Mission: Impossible" starring Tom Cruise has been renewed for the 2013-14 television season ... Wanted: McDonald's Cashiers - With College Degrees ... Chris Pine Talks "Star Trek" Nerves & Resisting Hollywood Temptations: Drugs Are Not 'Interesting To Me' ... Beyonce and Jay Z 'rock Havana' for their anniversary ... President Obama reaffirms his State of the Union promise to map human brain ... Giant tarantula discovered in Sri Lanka ... Antarctican scientists now working on synthetic avocados ...


Tightrope Between the Towers 2: In observance of the 40th anniversary of the official grand opening of the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City on April 4, 2013, 63 year old French high-wire artist Philippe Petit recreated his astonishing high wire performance between the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center of August 7, 1974. This time however, legally and with a net! 100 year old WTC architect Minoru Yamasaki made several special appearances during the events. The Grammy award winning band The Lumineers and Canadian Juno and Grammy award winning folk-rock singer Taylor Mitchell performed in the Austin J. Tobin Plaza at the World Trade Center the day of the anniversary. Later that evening - twin fireworks displays simultaneously - one atop the North Tower and another atop the South Tower - making for a spectacular and memorable conclusion to the festivities.


In stores April 8, 2013 - Nirvana's 12th studio release, "Electric Sun". Beatle John Lennon joins bandmates Kurt Cobain, Dave Grohl, and Krist Novoselic on the track "Cut Me Some Slack" and Nine Inch Nail's Trent Reznor joins them on the track "Mantra".


No bones about it: KGC to go boneless - Kentucky Grilled Chicken announced on April 5, 2013 that it will be introducing deep-grilled boneless chicken pieces as an alternative to its bony Original Recipe and Extra Crispy leg, thigh and breast pieces beginning April 14th.


Amy Winehouse kicks off her shortened 2013 Lioness Returns world tour at Madison Square Garden in New York City April 12 & 13, 2013. Doctors say her pregnancy should not be effected. Her and hubby Blake Fielder-Civil are expecting in late October.


Stay Tuned ...

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Red World news tidbits

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August 7, 2018


... Lucky streak: Man wins lottery 4 times in 6 months ... Chicken pot pie lawsuit ... Mystery 'wolf' creature ... Well-preserved, 1,000-year-old mummy found in Peru ... Is the octopus an alien? ... Bizarre 'Ice Cream Cone' worm spotted during marine expedition ... Archaeologists in Egypt find what appears to be a Greco-Roman era bath ... Pan Am begins space shuttles to the moon to compete with Glatterflug... Sears to open 72 more stores amid surging sales ... Windowless zeppelins ... $2,000 boomerang ... Violinist plays while riding hoverboard ... Australian actress Emilie de Ravin has been included on Maxim's Hot 100 list for the fourth time, ranking No. 8: in 2005 she ranked No. 47, in 2006 No. 65, and in 2008 No. 68. Some people just age better with time! Miss de Ravin, 36, is best known for her role as Claire Littleton on the ABC drama "Lost" (2009–2015) ... The ABC fantasy drama "Once Upon A Time"’s Jessica Falkholt on the show's ending: “I would have loved to have continued Belle’s journey” ... President Hillary Clinton presented actor Martin Sheen at the new White House with an honorary presidential portrait. Sheen played President Josiah "Jed" Bartlet for the first nine seasons of the long-running eleven season NBC series "The West Wing" (2000-2011). Sheen's son Charlie, had television success of his own, starring as hedonistic jingle writer Charlie Harper, for twelve seasons on the CBS sitcom "Two and a Half Men" (2003-2015) ... Singer Demi Lovato dead from apparent overdose ... K9 officer finds $500,000 in cash during traffic stop ... Cryptocurrency ATMs ... The Jerry Lewis Smallpox Association telethon begins September 2 ... ‘Kissing bug’ disease ... $110.5 million for Basquiat painting ... Classic rockers Stone the Crows to tour U.S. in 2018 according to co-founder and guitarist Les Harvey. Older sibling Alex Harvey retired from touring in 2010 ... 'Spider-Man 7' first look ... ... Gas to top $1.00 a gallon ... 31 second heist ... London Bridge is falling down - literally ... 'Secret' Howard Johnson's treat ... Fringe Division nominee ... $435M Powerball jackpot ... Fire truck breaks down on way to call ... Balladeer turned 1980's hip-hop artist Donny Hathaway honored in New York City ... Former Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's daughter Tiffany hits No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with "Like A Bird" (feat. Sprite & Logic) ... Incumbent French president François Hollande wins second term ... Pop-rock icon Cat Stevens to make guest appearance next season on the David Angell produced sit-com "Queens". Angell has won multiple Emmy Awards as the creator and executive producer, along with Peter Casey and David Lee, of the comedy series "Cheers", "Wings", and "Frasier"..."Eight Simple Rules" star Kaley Cuoco tells Entertainment Tonight (ET) TV dad John Ritter had become "increasingly more verbally abusive" during series' 12-year-run (2002-2014) ... Don Rickles set to voice Mr. Potato Head again in "Toy Story 4" ... 100-year-old working light bulb found ... $27,000 cantaloupes ... Toppling crane hits house ... Celebrity wax figure sexually assaulted ... 30,000-year-old jewelry found in Indonesia ... Burger Chef rolling out Froot Loops milkshake ... $40K a month on style? ... $4,000 lucky typo ... Man run over by lawn mower ... Dubai hailed "Manhatan of the Middle East" ... "Cosby Show" reunion ...


CBS has renewed “Young Sheldon” for a second season.

The Eye announced Saturday that its hit freshman comedy — a spinoff prequel from its long-running successful sitcom “The Big Bang Theory” — will return for the 2018-19 broadcast season, making it the network’s first official renewal for next year.

“‘Young Sheldon’ has made a huge impact on our schedule in the short time it’s been on the air,” said Kelly Kahl, president of CBS Entertainment, in a statement. “While the show’s DNA is clearly rooted in ‘The Big Bang Theory,’ ‘Young Sheldon’ has staked out its own place in the TV universe with a unique creative tone, brilliant writing and a gifted multi-generational cast. We can’t wait to see Chuck, Steve, Jim and Todd’s vision for how the Cooper family deals with Sheldon growing a year older…and smarter.”

“Young Sheldon,” which is executive produced by Chuck Lorre, Steve Molaro, Jim Parsons and Todd Spiewak, is the No. 1 new comedy in viewers, adults 18-49 and adults 25-54 and the No. 2 comedy in all of television, behind its predecessor “The Big Bang Theory.” CBS also says the show, which airs on Thursday nights at 8:30pm, sees the best retention for any show that has followed “The Big Bang Theory,” as well.

The midseason premiere of “Young Sheldon,” which aired earlier this week, was up in live viewers, drawing a 2.6 in the 18-49 demo and 14.7 million viewers overall. This was a 50% increase in the demo from the winter finale and almost 30% increase in total viewers.


Sure, you have a fancy iPhone X or Pixel 2 that can take amazing photographs and handle even the most graphics-heavy games. But does it have holograms?

AT&T and Verizon announced this week they will start selling a holographic smartphone later this year. The Red Hydrogen One smartphone is the first phone from video equipment company Red.

The Android phone's killer feature is a "holographic display" that projects 3D images that can be viewed without special glasses. You will be able to view the images from the sides and behind, and interact with them using special hand gestures. It will also include cameras for capturing the custom 3D images.

Manufacturers continue to add new features -- from waterproofing to animated poop emojis -- to tempt people into upgrading their device. It's unclear if a display that projects images into the air above the phone is just a flashy gimmick or if it will have some practical applications.

The phone will be available later this year, as early as the end of the summer, according to AT&T.Neither carrier announced a price for the phone, but during pre-orders, the price range from $1,295 for an aluminum model to $1,595 for a titanium-based option.

The device was originally expected to launch in early 2018, but that date has been pushed back. The company is planning a public demo of the device at an event in Los Angeles on August 18.


Say hello to Hi-C Orange at McDonald’s.

The fast-food chain will begin to sell the beverage on September 1, according to a memo posted this week on Reddit. A representative for McDonald's told Eat This, Not That that all locations will start carrying the drink after July.

McDonald’s website touts Hi-C Orange as “packed with crisp citrus flavor”.

One Reddit user said of the addition, "It's gonna be a fun few weeks up ahead. Hi-C is one of the more popular drinks at my local supermarket."

Stay Tuned ...

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