Let the Buyer Beware...

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It turns out that there is an enormous difference between Bloody Mary Mix and just buying V8 and adding your own spices. We are talking about a 1000% difference in the amount of vitamins between the two, and no real difference in cost.

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Am I safe in assuming that you are more likely to overdose on vitamins drinking V8( with spices) than drinking Mr. & Mrs. T's Bloody Mary Mix? I would think so, but I want to be safe.

How do they stack up on sodium? (I usually put a bunch of Jane's Krazy Mixed up Salt and Krazy Mixed up Pepper in my Bloody Mary)

While you're practicing the scientific method I've got some research results I'd like you to verify for me. My newest invention is a cocktail I call the Kosmonaut ( http://www.williamnewhall.com/~williamn/blog/archives/000059.html ) It is a variation on the 1960's Cosmonaut (http://www.answers.com/topic/cosmonaut ) but mine tastes like an Orange Creamsicle from Outer Space.

Oh. almost certainly. I am pretty sure that with the massive doses of Vitamin E and A that I am recieving I will begin to develop superpowers soon. I can already see through walls at this point.

I will need to check on sodium levels.

Your Kosmonaut Kocktail sounds absolutely vile - I will have to give it a try sometime. Do they still sell Tang, or do you have a stash of it in your fallout shelter?

I also need to look at the recent research on coffee and alcohol-related cirrhosis. Apparently, drinking a cup of coffee a day lowers your chances of it by 20%, up to an 80% reduction if you drink four cups.They don't specifically say that you can't have alcohol in the coffee. I think this might explain why there are still Irish people.

Send me your phone number via email - I don't seem to have it.

I'm afraid I don't really know where to obtain Tang(TM). There are alternative sources of orange powder (i.e. Crystal Light) which can also be used.

can you send me your phone, too?

my email is wnewhall@myevilemployer.com

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