So here's a question...is it pop or soda? As a lifelong Michigander, I was brought up calling it pop. We had pop in glass bottles. We drank pop at McDonalds. The place was called "Towne Club Pop Centers". Carbonated beverages are just called pop. Fast forward 30 plus years, when I moved to Kentucky. It's not really pop down there. It's coke...little "c". You get a coke, and then they ask what kind do you want. Pop is coke.
Yes, it's for real. Say goodbye to your the Big Gulp, Super Big Gulp or anything else over 20 Oz!
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is proposing a ban on large sodas and in the city's restaurants, d in the hopes of combatting obesity — an expansion of his administration's efforts to encourage healthy behavior by limiting choices. Is this really the way we want to do that? What's to stop you from just getting two instead of one big one?
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