Tiger Blood Energy Potion ala Charlie Sheen! This is too good to be true, but alas it is in fact true and can be ordered from Harcos Labs.
From their website: “It’s made from 100% passion specifically to make your brain fire in a way that’s not from this particular terrestrial realm. Tiger Blood allows you to use household items, you’re welcome to take more drugs than anyone can survive. Be different, have a different brain, and a different heart. When you feel Tiger Blood in your veins, you’ll realize dying’s for fools and that can’t is the cancer of happen. Period. The end.
Note: This product does not do any of the above, and we don’t know what banging 7 gram rocks means. It is, however, a delicious fruit punch flavored energy shot packing 80mg of caffeine. WINNING.
Also: Don’t do drugs. Seriously. Don’t. Do. Drugs.”
How can that NOT be awesome? If that doesn’t get you pumped up, maybe Charlie Sheen PLUS Soluble Tablets will, though these aren’t real or fine beverage related but they are still equally as awesome.
Note: If you haven’t been following the Sheen Machine as of late, most of these references will not make sense, but I assure you most all of them have been said by him in one of his many rants of an interview.
Jennifer Aniston wants you to drink lots of Smart Water, and she’s willing to exploit every web video cliché in order to accomplish her mission. To establish a sense of familiarity, she introduces herself as “Jen Aniston”, saying “Hi. I’m Jen Aniston, and I’m here to talk to you about Smart Water.”
ZOMG!!! She’s gonna talk about WATER! Let’s do this!
She continues, “But in this day and age apparently I can’t just do that. Can I?”
Yes! Yes you can! Do it! Do it! DO IT!!!!!!
“I can’t just tell you that Smart Water is the smartest, best tasting water that’s out there. I have to make a video, apparently, that turns into a virus.”
Yup, no geeky water throw-down. Just a chuckle friendly video about viral-cliches on the net. Enjoy.
CNN has released a report following up on four months of research into complaints from Atlanta residents about high water bills.
According to CNN: Residents throughout Atlanta are outraged by hundreds, even thousands of dollars in monthly spikes in their water bills, and have questioned the legitimacy of the charges for years. Now, they’re demanding answers.
“I thought we were sinking in a hole of water,” said Debbi Scarborough. “It scared me to death. I thought we had a major leak when I got the bill.”
Over two months last summer, her family’s monthly water bill, shot up to $1,805 In July and then $1,084 in August, leaving a balance due of more than $3,000. She said in the past her bill has averaged $200 to $250.
Wait, they’ve been questioning the legitimacy of these charges for years? Awkward. It gets better, with CNN saying, “The city installed a device on [Debbi Scarborough’s] meter to track daily usage.” So a meter to meter the meter. Isn’t a meter fundamentally a device to track daily usage? That, ladies and gentlemen, appears to be the problem. A new, futuristic metering system was installed five years back with hopes of automating the metering process. Fast forward to fail city and a lot of pissed off Atlanta residents.
Daft Punk and Coca-Cola have joined forces. Not to make a collaboration soft drink or to stir up some sick caffeine fueled beats, but for a limited edition packaging that comes in two different colors, gold and silver to mimic the helmets of the duo. The limited edition run, according to Gizmodo, will be distributed to the clubs that you can’t get into beginning this March as well as being distributed through colette in Paris.
For more information, visit DAFTCOKE.com, which should be live soon.
Germany’s Andrea Henkel enjoys an Erdinger Alkoholfrei after finishing second in the World Cup biathlon women’s 12.5 km mass start last week. (Don Emmert/AFP/Getty Images)
A German non-alcoholic beer has been creating some buzz recently (or lack thereof..) with their claims that the alcohol-free version of their beer is a great post-workout recovery drink and a good alternative to sports drinks such as Gatorade. Erdinger of Erding, Germany says their Alkoholfrei beer is great for athletes as it’s an isotonic beverage, replenishing much needed vitamins and salts lost when an athlete sweats. Beer is also primarily water and very rich in carbohydrates and one doesn’t need to worry about the jitters of an energy drink and excessive caffeine or the buzz of real beer, both of which can lead to further dehydration.
How are athletes reacting? Surprisingly well as it is actually showing up on podiums around the world, proudly touted in huge glasses, and as far away from Germany as the World Cup Biathlon held this month in northern Maine.
However, my favorite part of the video is at 1:05, where baby future-Mutineer checks out the nose on his awesome glass of hopefully Welch’s Grape Juice, gives it a nice swirl and clearly he’s not pleased as he dumps it out on the table in disgust.
Obviously I must point out that Mutineer Magazine does not condone or endorse underage drinking or the serving of alcohol to babies .. but this video is hilarious.
Washington has a state bird, a state gem, a state dance, even a state fossil, so what about a state beverage? Nope, no official state beverage. One woman, State Representative Barbara Bailey, is looking to change that. At the request of high school students in her district, Bailey sponsored House Bill 1715 which aims to make coffee the official state beverage of Washington.
The idea may seem strange, but if the bill passes, Washington will join 29 other states who rep an official state beverage, ranging from Kool-Aid to tomato juice. I must say I like where Alabama and California’s heads are at, with their state beverages being Conecuh Ridge Whiskey and wine, respectively.
But I find myself asking the question if coffee is the best representation of Washington? Seattle has been on the map for coffee ever since Starbucks opened their first location in 1971, but none of the coffee is grown in Washington. With 60% of the United State’s apple production coming from Washington, why not apple juice? With approximately 75% of the United State’s hop production coming from Washington, why not beer?
An excerpt from House Bill 1715:
The legislature finds that Washington is well known as the espresso capital of the country. The coffee industry is a vital part of the Washington state economy that provides jobs and morning motivation for many state citizens.
Morning motivation – I like that. Best of luck Washingtonians.