these products have been shown to contain high amounts of sugar , which over a long time of consumption can really harm the human body , may be no brand plain ol Water is what we all need Member reactions:
the logos of the both the bottles looks so clean and good merge
"amount defects is a constant "...early globalization...capitalist vices Member reactions:
Since I have never seen this picture before and I don't think it's an ad for mickey D or coke, I think you put in the work to chop this pix and did a good job at that. It's better then average, so I would give it a 7 if you count stars.
ha,ha,,,great way to express this "vices" addiction ) great work ... I have rated with 10 ... -Edited by Moderator on 6/9/2010 10:07:36 PM
I agree with HoHouse in that it is a new source for me, also. Good luck.
Damn another first, Congrads, I'm just glad there's room at the bottom.
[ American Journal of Clinical Nutrition reported that consumption of cola leads to significantly lower bone density, higher bone fracture risk for women, and to bone-thinning disease osteoporosis, according to the new study of more than 2,500 adults. However, the study found no such harmful effects for men who consumed cola on a regular basis. ] OK, the good news is drinking cola does not cause bone fractures in men. The bad news - it's causing bone fractures in women. I hope whoever conducted the research did not mix up the results for men and women. Because otherwise I can envision this report months ahead: "The bad news is we've been treating the wrong group (women) against bone fractures. The good news is men are slowly starting to recover." When asked to comment on the situation, Pepsi and Coke bosses said that "bones are like rules - they're made to be broken."
In this contest you are asked to photoshop new advertising campaigns for either Pepsi-Cola or Coca-Cola featuring some element of bone thinning, bone fracture (broken bones), or osteoporosis. If you use people in your chop, please use "women victims" only, because the research found harmful effect only for women. Feel free to create cast paintjobs or bandage paintjobs promoting Coca-Cola or Pepsi-Cola.