Over the last few years the world has changed a lot, an awful lot, we have seen trends appear as if out of nowhere to shape the minds, fashions, diets and opinions of most of the world population. This is playing a key role in how we live today, our new favourite things are here, we’ve got to have that new drink, we got to visit that new coffee shop, buy that new TV or be seen in that new bar. Why do we live in a world what changes so much it is hard to keep up with what our thoughts are meant to be from one day to the next. Is it by design? Why do a lot of us feel like we live in a warped reality unrecognisable from any other period of time over history with common factors being the rich get richer, the poor get poorer and the perceptions get faker, as do public personalities. This brings me to the point of the article, my top ten things in an alternate reality, things I like, things I thought I liked and how it seems to be changing everytime I turn around.
Pepsi has always been my best soft drink, I prefer Pepsi over Coca-Cola as I find Coke to taste like dishwater, not a very nice taste. Pepsi tastes nicer mixed with alcoholic beverages hence the reason why drinks taste nicer out of a Weatherspoons bar as they always use Pepsi. I had times in the past when I have drank 4 litres of Pepsi a day but now if I do a little digging I find Pepsi has a unique taste indeed, one that is created by using aborted human fetal tissue in the ingredients which is why it is the first thing I am placing on the list as it is now one of the most horrid things I have ever known in my life, let me explain why.
Obama agency rules Pepsi’s use of aborted fetal cells in soft drinks constitutes ‘ordinary business operations’
(NaturalNews) The Obama Administration has given its blessing to PepsiCo to continue utilizing the services of a company that produces flavor chemicals for the beverage giant using aborted human fetal tissue.
LifeSiteNews.com reports that the Obama Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) has decided that PepsiCo’s arrangement with San Diego, Cal.-based Senomyx, which produces flavor enhancing chemicals for Pepsi using human embryonic kidney tissue, simply constitutes “ordinary business operations.”
The issue began in 2011 when the non-profit group Children of God for Life (CGL) first broke the news about Pepsi’s alliance with Senomyx, which led to massive outcry and a worldwide boycott of Pepsi products. At that time, it was revealed that Pepsi had many other options at its disposal to produce flavor chemicals, which is what its competitors do, but had instead chosen to continue using aborted fetal cells — or as Senomyx deceptively puts it, “isolated human taste receptors”