What’s Safer… Drinking A Dissolved Mouse Or A Can Of Soda?
Pepsi requested that he send them the remains of the mouse for investigation. Pepsi had an independent veterinary pathologist examine the remains. The pathologist concluded that the rodent could not have been in the can since the soda case was sealed in August 2008, and due to the high acid in the soda the body would have completely dissolved.
Bell believes that Pepsi deliberately destroyed the evidence and he began seeking damages. Pepsi’s legal department proposed that the case be dismissed. The trial was set to begin in late 2011; but a Madison County Circuit Court judge extended Pepsi another month to substantiate reasons for dismissal.
The case has since been settled.
“It was a confidential settlement at the plaintiff’s request,” said plaintiff’s attorney Ed Unsell.
“They (Pepsi) maintained their denial of liability,” he said. “It was settled for an undisclosed sum. It’s a done deal, and both parties are on their way.”
We bring this story up once again as a reminder of our belief that sodas of any type pose serious health risks on several fronts, not just from the high acid content that could dissolve tooth enamel, but also body tissue in general! Damage could also be inflicted on the body by the extremely high sugar content (mainly in the form of unhealthy high fructose corn syrup!) typically found in sodas. Lets not forget a substance patented as a flame retardant and banned as a food ingredient throughout Europe and in Japan is also found in approximately 10% of all soft drinks. Environmental Health News reviewed this toxic flame retardant ingredient and concluded that it can cause skin lesions, memory loss and nerve disorders!
That’s the bad news about soda’s… Here’s the good news! Sodas, especially Coke and Pepsi can be used as an incredible household/industrial “cleaner!” Here’s just a few of the many cleaning uses:
Incredible Grease Remover – Great for removing grease stains on clothing/fabric. Simply pour one can of Coke or Pepsi into a load of laundry, add detergent and wash as normal. Add to a sponge to clean and degrease your oven, backsplashes, stove and microwave.
Rust Remover – Excellent rust removers that can be used on most anything with rust, including rusty patio furniture, chrome, bicycles or even rust stains on fabric.
Toilet Bowl Cleaner – Pour a can of Coke or Pepsi into your toilet bowl, let it sit for a few hours and then use a toilet brush to wipe away plaque and stains.
Windshield Cleaner – Perfect for removing bugs and road film!
De-scaler – Amazing lime deposits and stain remover for tea kettles and coffee makers. Pour in one can and then fill with water to the top and let sit overnight.
Car Engine Degreaser and Cleaner – Great for removing rust, grease and corrosion.
Tile Grout Cleaner – Makes tile grout look like new. Pour Coke or Pepsi on stained areas, let it sit for several minutes and then wipe it up.
Driveway cleaner – Remove oil stains from your garage, driveway or sidewalk. Cover soiled area and let site for about 30 minutes and then hose off.
Battery Cleaner – Clean corroded car battery cables instantly! Pour Coke or Pepsi directly on battery terminals. You will be amazed at how fast the corrosion disappears!
Cookware Cleaner – Great for caked or burnt pots or pans. Pour a can of Coke or Pepsi into the dirty pan until the stain line is covered; bring to boil and then let simmer for 10-15 minutes and then wipe with a sponge.
As you can see, sodas do have positive benefits when used as a cleaner or “mouse dissolver”. The question remains, are sodas something you want to put in your body?…
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