The Dangers of Drinking Soda Pop
by Djehuty Ma’at-Ra
The sad truth about soda pop (soft drinks) is that Americans drink nearly more soda pop than water, which is really pathetic! The human body is not made up of effervescent beverage, but water, nearly 75-80% water.
Soft drinks are not hardly soft on the body!
Many soda drinkers are not aware of the dangers of this beverage. Soda is some dangerous stuff!
Soda pop (regardless of the kind or brand) is 100% acid forming! It has a pH balance of 2. This is a very low pH number.
Our bodies were made to have a natural pH balance of 7.3, which is slightly alkaline. A pH of 6 is ten times more acidic than a pH of 7. A pH of 5 is 100 times more acidic than a pH of 7. A pH of 4 is 1,000 times more acidic than a pH of 7. A pH of 3 is 10,000 times more acidic than a pH of 7. And a pH of 2 is 100,000 times more acidic than a pH of 7.
One can of soda pop greatly lowers your alkalinity. Once can of soda is 100,000 more acidic than your natural pH level.
A pH of 2 means that a person would have to drink 32 eight ounce glasses of alkaline water just to neutralize the effect of one can of soda.
So why do we drink soda pop? Well, because we’ve been conditioned to drink soda pop; plus, we like the taste of this stuff. But more importantly, we drink soda pop because we are sick, and incidentally soda pop originally started out as liquid drug (medicine) sold at the local pharmacy of which I’ll go more into detail later on in this article.
The acid forming nature of soda pop is a threat to teeth and enamel. The teeth are alkaline in nature due to calcium, the most alkalizing mineral in the body. Because soda is greatly acidic, it corrodes the teeth and enamel.
Soda pop beverages contain some of the most harmful synthetic sweeteners in existence. Many brands of soda pop contain the artificial sweeteners aspartame and saccharin, both of which are cancer causing.
Aspartame (also known as Nutra Sweet) is an artificially made sweetener composed of two amino acids phenylalanine and aspartic acid, and is 200 times sweeter than sugar (sucrose, white table sugar).
Aspartame contains 10% methyl alcohol (wood alcohol), which is also known as methanol (a light volatile pungent flammable poisonous liquid alcohol used as a solvent, anti-freeze, or denaturant for ethyl alcohol and in the synthesis of other chemicals).
Aspartame is a known neurotoxin. A neurotoxin is a toxin to the brain and impairs brain health and function and adversely affects fetal brain development in unborn babies.
Aspartame converts into FORMALDEHYDE at a temperature of 86 degrees Fahrenheit. Formaldehyde (a/k/a embalming fluid) is a known NEUROTOXIN!
It stands to reason that since the human body’s natural temperature is 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit, aspartame will automatically convert into formaldehyde once inside the human body. It is not wise or intelligent to embalm yourself while you are still alive. But this is what you are doing every time you guzzle down some soda pop.
Nazis and chemical warfare are recurring themes in the aspartame story. The chief patent holder of aspartame is the Monsanto Company, based in St. Louis, Missouri. In 1967, Monsanto entered into a joint venture with I.G. Farben, the financial core of Hitler’s regime and the key supplier of poison gas to the Nazi racial extermination program.
Saccharin is just as dangerous and deadly as aspartame. Saccharin is a non-caloric petroleum derivative (masked with glycine) that is 300 times sweeter than sugar. Saccharin is absorbed but not modified by the body. It is excreted unchanged in the urine. Saccharine causes bladder cancer in lab animals (which mean it will also cause bladder cancer in humans).
High fructose corn syrup is another dangerous sugar that many soda pop brands contain. This harmful sugar goes straight into the blood once ingested and adversely affects blood sugar levels almost instantly.
ACE-K is one of the latest synthetic sweeteners added to soda pop, such as certain brands of Pepsi-Cola (Pepsi One). This drug adversely affects the brain.
Other brands of soda pop may contain corn syrup or dextrose, both of which are harmful to your health.
And while some “natural” and healthy brands of soda pop may contain honey, we must remember that honey is really bee vomit. It is regurgitated nectar that the bees digest and then regurgitate and store for their harvest.
Some soda pop brands outright use sugar (SUCROSE) in addition to other artificial sweeteners. Sucrose or white table sugar is nitroglycerin, a/k/a T.N.T. (dynamite)! Soda pop can explode on you, especially under pressure!
Sugar is the number one legalized drug on the planet. It kills more people in one day than all the illegal drugs combined will in 1,000 years.
One can of soda is equivalent to 11 tablespoons of sugar. No wonder soda pop consumption plays a role in diabetes, kidney failure, and anxiety. Mark Pendergrast, author of “For God, Country and Coca-Cola” correctly states that soda is “99 percent sugar water.”
Public schools nowadays have soda-dispensing machines throughout the campus of junior high schools and high schools throughout the nation, especially in the lunch area.
Government (federal government) has money to finance war and the killing of thousands of innocent people over seas, but doesn’t have money available for the public schools and our school children, which is insane and illogical. Therefore, because schools need money (for text books and other supplies) that government doesn’t allocate because of their extreme and insane military/defense budget, schools purposely sell out the health and well-being of the youth and allow major soft drink companies (like Coca-Cola and Pepsi-Cola) to put their soda-dispensing machines on the campus (and in some cases, their company banner, in the school’s gymnasium) in order to receive money from these soft drink beverage companies. This is true/factual! Corporations are picking up the slack created by government that give corporations more power and influence in our lives.
The flip side of this sinister scheme is that when the child is adversely affected by the drug (sugar) in the soda pop and other junk that is sold or given to him/her and then is unable to concentrate in the classroom, the innocent child (student) is classified as hyperactive or A.D.D. (attention deficit disorder) and then prescribed a close cousin relative of the drug, cocaine, called Ritalin, which zombifies a child. And parents of school children (public and private) pay for this insanity and criminality with their tax dollars.
And what do you think make those cola beverages brown in color? Can you say CARAMEL as in caramel coloring? And what is caramel? Caramel is nothing but burnt white sugar. So soda pop literally contains sugar on top of sugar. Soda pop simply has too much sugar in it and thus is a major drug.
Soda pop is laced with serious amounts of caffeine, which is a drug. Caffeine belongs to a chemical drug group known as ‘Methyl-Xanthines.’
Twenty (20) to thirty (30) percent of American adults consume more than 500 milligrams of caffeine per day – twice the amount doctors consider a large “drug dose.”
Ingesting caffeine places severe stress on your heart. It also drives your nervous system into a state of sympathetic alert – the state you attain when a wild animal is chasing you and you are running for your life. Hundreds of thousands of young American schoolchildren are drinking a soda in the morning before class starts every single day and then folks wonder why anxiety is a problem in American public schools! It’s the damn drugs – SUGAR and CAFFEINE! Caffeine is one of the world’s most psycho-active drugs and sugar is the most addictive drug on the planet.
Caffeine depletes you in B-vitamins, especially B1 (thiamin).
Vitamin B1 deficiency symptoms include: fatigue, nervousness, general aches and pains, and headaches.
If your adrenal glands do not react to the stimulation of caffeine, it could mean that you are headed for a physical breakdown due to adrenal exhaustion.
When you get into a state of sympathetic alert, your digestive system turns off because your blood is now sent preferentially to your muscles, lungs, and heart.
If you have any food in your digestive tract, it is subject to fermentation, putrfaction, and becoming rancid from sitting too long in an intestinal tract that is shut down.
Instead of being nourished by your food, you will become poisoned by the rotting products of incomplete digestion.
Caffeine also has diuretic properties. These properties put extra stress on the kidneys and have a dehydrating effect on the body. Caffeine makes the nervous system work like crazy.
Various studies also link caffeine to birth defects and research shows that caffeine interferes with DNA replication and robs the body of vital nutrients, especially B-vitamins, Vitamin C, zinc, and potassium and prevents the absorption of iron.
Sadly and unfortunately, many Americans have a physiological and/or psychological dependency on caffeine than on all other drugs combined.
Many well-known and liked soda brands are loaded with caffeine. Consider the following:
Mountain Dew – 54.0 milligrams
TAB – 46.8 milligrams
Coca-Cola – 45.6 milligrams
Diet Coke – 45.6 milligrams
Shasta Cola – 44.4 milligrams
Dr. Pepper – 39.6 milligrams
Pepsi-Cola – 38.4 milligrams
RC Cola – 36.0 milligrams
Soda pop contains preservatives as well. The chief preservative in many soda brands is sodium benzoate. Sodium benzoate is used to preserve freshness. Soda pop has to be preserved because it is a dead substance. If a thing has to be preserved, it’s dead! We must remember that life renders life and death renders death and we cannot obtain life from death.
Most soda pop brands will contain “taste freshener” chemicals such as “erythorbic acid” and “potassium benzoate”; as well as “flavor protector” chemicals such as “calcium disodium.” All of these chemicals supra are synthetic. Once inside the body, they help to preserve the taste of other chemicalized foodstuffs in addition to corrupting and polluting the taste buds.
Another sinister ingredient some soda pop brands may contain is polyethylene glycol. In case you didn’t know it, glycol is used as anti-freeze in automobiles and as an oil solvent.
I can’t forget about soda pop’s phosphoric acid. This is some seriously corrosive and caustic stuff! Phosphoric acid is truly acidic. It dissolves calcium out of the bones, which plays a major role in the development of osteoporosis (a weakening of the bones and skeletal structure) which make a person (especially a woman in general, Caucasian woman in particular) be susceptible to broken bones due to the bones becoming fragile.
Phosphoric acid also damages the skeletal system and greatly disturbs and upsets the body calcium-phosphorus ratio. It even kills brain cells! The stuff even fights with hydrochloric acid (which is needed for digestion) in human stomachs and renders it ineffective.
And what makes soda pop so effervescent in nature? Can you say carbon dioxide? Carbon dioxide is a natural waste product that the body produces. Carbon dioxide is released with every exhalation. So how stupid is it to put carbon dioxide back into the body via ingestion of soda pop when the body naturally expels it with every exhalation? Nature takes out the carbon dioxide and then dumb man puts it back in.
Soda is predominantly CO2 and colored sugar water. That’s all it really is. When I used to work for General Cinema Theatres (now defunct), I remember the soda machines we used to have and only two things were needed – CO2 tanks and a box of colored, sweetened syrup that we used to call a bag in a box (because the syrup was in a bag which was stored in a box). A box of syrup used to cost $10 back then (c. 1989-1992). From that one $10 box of syrup, General Cinema would reap nearly $800-$1,000 in soda sales. The soda machine had about six different nozzles so do the math.
Sixty dollars ($60) of sugary syrup brought in $4,800.00 worth of soda sales!
Movie theatre snack (concession) stands make a lot of money. In fact, most of their money is made at the concession stand. We used to order the junk food/candy supplies from a place in Long Beach or Carson, California, called VSA (Vending Supplies of America) for wholesale prices and once the supplies were delivered to the theater, the mark up would be astronomical; but there was a science that they taught us in management (I was a manager in Redondo Beach, California) that once people get inside the theatre, the smell and sound of other people’s snacks would titillate other patrons to desire the same snacks and beverages. And because patrons couldn’t bring in outside food, patrons would have no choice but to purchase from the snack bar. You are forced to purchase from the snack or concession stand at movie theatres unless you sneak your own junk food and candy in which many people do.
A few brands of well-known soda pop brands indirectly contain synthetic phenylalanine, a synthetic amino acid that plays a role in phenylketonuria, a metabolic disease that is characterized by inability to oxidize a metabolic product of phenylalanine and also by severe mental retardation. This is why a few soda pop cans warn the drinker who may be a phenylketonuric that the beverage contains phenylalanine. Anything containing aspartame contains phenylalanine.
Cleverly hidden within the chemical name, but an ingredient contained in some soda pop brands – glycerol ester of wood resin, is actually alcohol; wood alcohol to be exact. This type of alcohol is horrendous to human health. However, it won’t stop the soda pop manufacturer from using it in their product.
And I can’t forget about those horrible and sinister petroleum-based chemical color dyes – LAKES, e.g. Yellow Lake, Blue Lake, Red Lake, and Green Lake. All “Lake” dyes are dangerous to human health. All are carcinogenic (cancer causing).
Other ingredients soda pop may contain include “citric acid”, “sodium citrate”, “sodium polyphosphates”, “potassium sorbate” (a preservative); and “gum acacia.” And just about every soda pop can or bottle today may have the ingredient “natural flavor” listed, which is bogus. Natural flavor is an umbrella term that allows companies to hide synthetic chemicals under the banner of that which is natural, but if the flavor is natural or derived from natural sources, why not list them on the product? Well, clearly because the truth of the matter is that the “natural flavor” is derived from unnatural chemicals – more synthetic chemicals that pollute and corrupt our taste buds and our blood.
A recent health situation with soda pop that is inciting cause for alarm and frightening people is leptospirosis. Leptospirosis results from dried rat urine on soda pop cans. Rats pee or urinate on the soda cans in many stores and market and the urine dries up on the can and then unconscious consumers purchase the can of soda and open it up and drink from the can and expose their mouth to the dried rat urine. If you are going to drink this poison called soda pop, at least drink it from a glass or cup.
Rat urine contains very toxic and fatal substances. A New York City University study showed that the tops of soda pop cans are more contaminated than public toilets and are full of so-called germs and bacteria.
I personally stopped drinking soda pop back in 1996. I used to drink all kinds of soda pop brands – Mountain Dew, Sunkist Orange, Sprite, Coca-Cola, Pepsi-Cola, Crush (especially strawberry, orange, pineapple, and grape); 7-Up (along with my powdered aspirin – BC Powder, for headaches); A&W Root Beer (my paternal grandmother’s favorite brand); Cactus Cooler, Aspen, RC Cola (my father’s favorite soda); the cheap brand of sodas – Springfield (especially their creme soda).
The funny thing is, looking back on my soda consumption days, no soda ever contained the real source of its flavor. If you drank a strawberry soda and read the ingredients on the can or bottle, you never saw the word strawberry under the list of ingredients. However, every soda did tell you in fine print on the front of the can that the beverage was “artificially flavored.” The artificial flavoring industry is very good at what they do. This industry really exists and is located in New Jersey. Read the great book “Fast Food Nation” by Eric Schlosser.
“The flavor industry is highly secretive. Its leading companies will not divulge the precise formulas of flavor compounds or the identities of clients. The secrecy is deemed essential for protecting the reputation of beloved brands. The fast food chains, understandably, would like the public to believe that the flavors of their food somehow originate in their restaurant kitchens, not in distant factories run by other firms. The New Jersey turnpike runs through the heart of the flavor industry, an industrial corridor dotted with refineries and chemical plants. International Flavors & Fragrances (IFF), the world’s largest flavor company, has a manufacturing facility off Exit 8A in Dayton, New Jersey; Givaudan, the world’s second-largest flavor company, has a plant in East Hanover. Haarman & Reimer, the largest German flavor company, has a plant in Teterboro, as does Takasoga, the largest Japanese flavor company. V. Mane Fils, the largest French flavor company, has a plant in Wayne, Bush Boake Allen is in Montvale, and Heavenly Flavors is in Bayonne. Dozens of companies manufacture flavors in New Jersey industrial parks between Teaneck and South Brunswick. Indeed, the area produces about two-thirds of the flavor additives sold in the United States.” Fast Food Nation. Schlosser, Eric. New York: Houghton Mifflin (2001), pg. 121
Shortly after becoming a health researcher back in 1996, I soon discovered many dark secrets about soda pop and the soda pop beverage industry. I learned that some auto mechanics actually use soda pop (Coca-Cola) in their garages as an industrial agent. They pour cola on corroded and rusted battery terminals and cables that eat up the alkali that forms on battery cables and terminals. I learned from one mechanic that he puts out car engine fires with cola beverage. He told me to always carry a large bottle of cola in my trunk with the rest of my car supplies.
One time (around 1997) my car’s engine caught on fire shortly after arriving home from work. I quickly popped the trunk and pulled out a liter size bottle of generic brand cola and poured it on the engine fire and put the fire out. What I learned from the mechanic proved invaluable and saved my car’s engine.
Then I learned that police officers were using cola to remove blood from the highways stemming from accidents. This really blew me a way.
Next, I discovered that rich people were using cola to keep their toilets clean. They were cleaning their toilets or commodes with cola.
After learning this, coupled with the knowledge of what mechanics and police officers were doing with soda pop, I said to hell with soda pop and left it alone. The crap is clearly only good for industrial purposes due to its seriously caustic nature. I should have known something with was wrong soda pop when I was a little boy and recognized how soda pop burned the back of my throat every time I took a sip or guzzle.
Regardless of the above, I was still not done discovering the dark secrets about soda pop. I had always heard that Coca-Cola contained cocaine, but that it was removed in the year 1905 (though some sources say 1955) and replaced with cola nut, which naturally contains caffeine.
The Coca-Cola symbol, followed by the golden arches of McDonald’s, is the most universally known symbol in the world by people, which is a damn shame in my opinion. Coca-Cola is in more countries on the earth than there are nations as members of the United Nations. Coca-Cola is in more than 180 nations on this planet. It has in fact globalized the planet and by any means necessary, as was shown in the movie “The Coca-Cola Kid” starring Eric Roberts, and was about a Coca-Cola rep whose duty was to convert the last standing anti-Coca-Cola nation/territory on the planet into the membership of nation families that sell Coca-Cola to its citizens. A slow and somewhat boring movie that offered a lot of insight into the hostile corporate takeover of small nations.
Coca-Cola is so powerful, that it dressed up Santa Claus. Originally, Santa didn’t wear red and white, the colors of Coca-Cola, of course. He wore many colors, from Green, blue, to purple. But after Coca-Cola’s version of Santa Claus in red and white was launched, in no time did it take over the worldview of Santa Claus. Coca-Cola was having difficulty moving its beverage in the winter so it launched a campaign using Santa Claus to sell Coke:
“In the 1920s Coca-Cola was having difficulty selling its soft drink during the winter. The soda execs wanted to make it a cold weather beverage. “Thirst knows no season” was the initial winter campaign. At first they decided to show how a winter personage like Santa could enjoy a soft drink in December. They showed Santa chugalugging with the Sprite Boy (the addled young soda jerk with the Coke bottle cap jauntily stuck on his head). But then they got lucky. They started showing Santa relaxing from his travails by drinking a Coke, then showed how the kids might leave a Coke (not milk) for Santa, and then implied that the gifts coming in from Santa were in exchange for the Coke. Pay dirt. Santa’s presents might not be in exchange for a Coke, but they were “worth” a Coke. Coke’s Santa was elbowing aside other Santas. Coke’s Santa was starting to own Christmas.” Adcult USA. Twitchell, James B. New York: Columbia University Press (1996), pg. 175
For myself personally, the most interesting discovery I made about soda pop was its origin. Soda pop originated in pharmacies. Yes, pharmacies. Soda pop was originally a drug or pharmaceutical. Many inventers of certain brands of soda pop, such as John Pemberton, inventor of Coca-Cola, were pharmacists who patented soda pop as medicine:
“Coca-Cola was just one in a flood of other patent medicines foisted upon the public by hopeful marketers during the age of quackery.” For God, Country, and Coca-Cola. Pendergrast, Mark. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons (1993), pg.11
“Part of Coca-Cola’s appeal … was that it was supposed to relieve indigestion.” Ibid
Because soda pop was supposed to be a great reliever of dyspepsia, a brand was finally produced whose name was hidden in the word “dyspepsia.’ Can you guess what it is? PEPSI! That’s correct!
We find Pepsi within the word “dys(pepsi)a.”
7-Up was originally a drug (medicine) used on mental patients. It was a drug given to people in insane asylums. The name 7-Up derives from the drug originally having seven ingredients, with the seventh ingredient being lithium, a known chemical drug that is given for depression.
Originally, only insane people drank 7-Up; but today, almost everybody drinks 7-Up. Is it because people are generally retarded or insane or has America become one big insane asylum?
When I reflect back on my childhood, soda being a drug makes so much sense. I remember Saturdays and going to visit my paternal grandmother (Grandma Sis) and how my uncles would bring their children over to visit Grandma Sis. It was great kicking it with all of my cousins. We’d all have about a dollar or two and we’d go to the corner liquor store to buy knick knacks (junk food). We’d buy donuts (chocolate, crumb, or powdered), potato chips (Lay’s sour cream and onion, Barbecue, Funions, Cheetos, Doritos, Ruffles), ice cream (ice cream sandwich, big sticks, strawberry shortcake) and SODA POP.
Because it would be about nine or ten of us total (cousins-wise), we’d usually end up with about six or seven different flavors of soda pop. However, when we’d get back to Grandma Sis’ house, we perform a little ritual of mixing up all the soda pop flavors. Everybody would pour a little of their soda into a cup and mix it up and drink it. And the strange thing is, we would call this mixture a “suicide.” So when I found out the true nature of soda being medicine (a drug) and reflecting back on my childhood and making “suicides” with mixtures of various flavors of soda pop with my cousins, it made so much sense why we called the mixture of various soda pops “suicide”, because if you were to mix six or seven different drugs up (or together) and then consume them, you undoubtedly would be committing suicide.
Soda pop is one of two factors for which I believe contributes to young African-American males being the number one victims of asthma in the United States, especially in Los Angeles County, California; the other factor being asphalt (or cement). I heard Dick Gregory mention this as well back in the 1990s.
Many young Black youth live in inner cities in asphalt (concrete) jungles. They play basketball on concrete (asphalt) and after games, instead of drinking water they reach for a cold can of soda. I know this was true of myself and my childhood homies when we used to play B-ball at the local elementary school playground back in the early 1980s. We only drank water when we didn’t have 50 cents to buy a soda and we didn’t have bottled water back then, at least not in the hood of South Central Los Angeles. You could find everything else but bottled water in the liquor stores of the Black community. They always had plenty of soda pop, beer, cheap wine (e.g. E&J, Night Train, Thunderbird), coolers, concentrated fruit juice beverages, and cow’s milk.
In all due honesty, I almost drank more soda pop than water in my childhood; and yes, I did have asthma (and bronchitis) for a while; actually for a few years and I also came very close to death too.
Today, major soda companies (like major shoe companies) hire ignorant and unconscious professional NBA basketball players to sell their liquid poison to inner city youth who guzzle that crap down on inner city basketball courts.
In closing, there is nothing soft about soft drinks. All soda is harmful!
Soft drinks should be renamed to hard drinks because it is really hard on the human body.
And diet soda is just as worse as regular soda. If you drink diet soda and don’t work out or move around (be mobile, active), the sugars in diet soda will convert into fat in your body and the next thing you know, you will have gotten fat or obese by drinking diet soda (in addition to consuming other fat-inducing foodstuffs. White women evidently understood this.
A lot of Black women who drank regular (non-diet) soda evidently didn’t understand this and how inactivity, immobility, and/or being sedentary corresponded to how sugar converted into stored fat. And clearly, today you have more fat Black women than White women.
Coming up in my day, Black people never bought diet soda pop. Never! We didn’t like the taste. Diet soda pop was something traditionally drank by White women, who were always health conscious since I could remember. White women have been conscious about their diet and weight for some time now that I think about it. However, because White women drank so much diet soda pop, they became the number one group who suffered from fragile bones and when the term “osteoporosis” was created, guess who was the number one group with the disease? Unsurprisingly, WHITE WOMEN!
People who find themselves addicted to soda pop, but want to kick the habit would do well to switch from soda pop to cider. Martinelli brand ciders are pretty good; pure fruit juice and sparkling mineral water (or carbonated water).
Cider is far better than any brand of soda pop. The Crystal Geyser carbonated sparkling fruit juices are also better than soda pop. Along with fruit cider, these make for a good transitory beverage for the soda pop feine or addict.
So while you may still be ingesting carbon with cider and/or sparkling fruit jucie, you are not ingesting the harmful chemical sugars (aspartame, saccharin), caffeine, phosphoric acid, caramel, phenylalanine; freshness, flavor, and taste preservatives that soda pop beverages contain.
If I had to say who makes the best sodas on the market, my vote would go to “Virgils” who make pretty near-healthy soda pops (e.g. root beer, sarsaparilla, black cherry, ginger ale) compared to the average soft drink company.
One thing I will say, if you like good ginger ale and/or root beer, you will find a few good brands on the shelves of good health food store. I included the foregoing because I realize how strong people’s (especially Americans) addiction to certain foodstuffs and beverages really are. I don’t give a damn what religion they profess, food and beverage are God to many people.
I have a listing of soda pop manufacturers/companies in my “Life and Diet after the Full Body Detox” booklet that make very tasty (and far better than the average soft drink company) soda pop that do not contain all the gunk and junk of your average soda pops in the local super casket (market).
In closing I’ll say no soda pop is good; but because I understand the process of weaning one self from an addictive substance, if you are going to drink nuclear fission blast beverage, oops, I mean, “soda pop”, drink the best that is available; and yes Mr. and Mrs. Cheapskate, better brands of soda pop are going to cost a bit more than that cheap crap you may be drinking at present. On earth, you have to pay in order to play, and it’s not necessarily and/or only in the realm of money.
Thank you for reading!
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