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Kansas City Star, July 7, 1921. Neither beer nor whiskey nor dopey junk–sounds like a breakthrough all right. I’m guessing the formula was bought up and filed away in the same secure facility that holds the pill that turns water into gasoline, the secret of anti-gravity and umpteen whirling perpetual motion machines.


  1. [and the light bulbs that never burn out]

    An entirely new and wildly intoxicating liquor made of sugar with no alcohol? Isn’t that Kool-Aid?

    • And only pennies a glass!

  2. Depends on the definition of sugar. Maybe the Sugar College of Cuba was way ahead of the curb on Red Bull.

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