I’m sure it’s just a coincidence

From Crispy on the Outside we find (amid the usual wharrgarbl about the FDA’s rumoured caffeinated-booze ban) this photo of affected beverages:

They, er, don’t seem to be marketed towards middle-aged affluent white people, do they?  I mean, I can easily imagine Ted Kennedy having dropped a few ounces of Bushmills into his afternoon cappuccino, but I doubt he’d be found walking out of a gas station with a thin plastic bag full of Joose tallboys of the same alcohol and caffeine concentration.  I’m sure this appearance of racist classism is merely accidental, and the FDA will presently announce a nation-wide ban on rum-and-Cokes and Irish coffees.


2 Responses to “I’m sure it’s just a coincidence”

  1. November 19, 2010 at 10:31

    The corner market has some of these products, and I’m always amazed to see sales occuring at 8 in the morning. The typical customer? Both male and female, age around 38 to 48 years of age, and definately on the dole.

    By the way, when are they going to outlaw methamphetamine? That should put an end to its use.

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