[Noisebridge-discuss] Soda Machine
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Thu Feb 23 00:06:09 UTC 2012
Soda has massive amounts of mercury in it. We need more of this at
noisebridge and thus I approve of having the soda vending machine.
On Wed, Feb 22, 2012 at 3:55 PM, Rachel McConnell <rachel at xtreme.com> wrote:
> DAMMIT JEFF THIS IS ALL YOUR FAULT. I actually responded. *sob*
> On 2/22/12 3:53 PM, Ben wrote:
> > I would counter that at my ripe old age I do not drink soda ever. Vault
> > is a nice soda and I am searching for Vault and equivilent.
> > It's choice. I used to smoke. I no longer smoke. I used to drink soda, I
> > no longer drink soda.
> > In a lot of ways the idea of protecting people from themselves makes me
> > uncomfortable. There is something about the idea of self determination
> > that has me outwardly declining a system that would protect me from
> > myself.
> > Soda is bad, Coke is shite and I may someday have another cigarette and
> > the whole idea of self determination may be fallacious but I would have
> > spend a few days learning some stuff to have anything to say about it
> > at all.
> > Concordantly I would rather disrupt my sleep cycles with Vault rather
> > than straight Vodka with a water chaser but if anyone wants to install
> > oxygen tanks we can all get high on that instead.
> > Somehow this all feels related I wish to draw attention to the word
> > There is no claim of being correct.
> > Also the oral tradition/myth about Eve eating from the tree that gives
> > knowldge of what is good and what is evil was actually part of the mesh
> > subjugation propogated by the frightened caucazoid alien tribes that were
> > disgusted by the fact that they could not rule everything with their
> > penises. This made them uncomfortable so they slaughtered all other
> > religious frameworks and devised a culture where women were inherently
> > flawed and the cause of all the world's suffering. One only needs to look
> > at what history remains to see that it was actually the scared
> > penis-warriors that decided what was good and what was evil and 2000
> > later the ruling penis PoC is nearing conclusion. We have mass
> > extinctions, genocide, war, misery baby-rape and iPhones.
> > Progress and we should probably make a program to deal with this soda
> > issue. Where do I sign up?
> > On Wed, 22 Feb 2012, Chris Murphy wrote:
> >> Date: Wed, 22 Feb 2012 12:26:32 -0800
> >> From: Chris Murphy<chrisnoisebridge at gmail.com>
> >> To: Ben<ben at sixgirls.org>
> >> Cc: Jeff Tchang<jeff.tchang at gmail.com>,
> >> NoiseBridge Discuss<noisebridge-discuss at lists.noisebridge.net>
> >> Subject: Re: [Noisebridge-discuss] Soda Machine
> >> X-UID: 10841
> >> Here lies the fallacy. These drinks are not 'fuel'. They actually slow
> people down. They might even harm you through diabetes, cancer, obesity,
> etc. At minimum, they are sleep disruptors that deny deep sleep cycles.
> i.e. harmful to productivity. These products simply aren't good for people.
> They are designed to be addictive. Read why aspartame is never used in
> cooked food.
> >> Watch the movie 'Supersize me' to see how Coke and Pepsi finance school
> lunch programs in order to gain permission to install vending machines in
> >> Another issue, why should Noisebridge have a retail outlet/dispensary
> for these corporations? Can anyone set up a corner to retail products 24/7?
> >> Respectfully submitted.
> >> Sent from my iPhone
> >> On Feb 22, 2012, at 0:37, Ben<ben at sixgirls.org> wrote:
> >>> I can only restate what I think a soda machine should be or do in a
> >>> space. It should contain uncomfortably (and possibly dangerously)
> >>> caffeinated beverages to be used as fuel for late night fits
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