Is the trend in mass marketing of energy drinks and the widespread presence of Starbucks...
alarming to you? Why?
Too much caffeine isn't good and I worry about the health of people that drink a lot of it.
No, we all have enough to do to look after our own health, if others are stupid enough to consume these beverages to excess, then so be it.
what alarms me the most is how kids are targeted by these energy drink companies. also there is the amount of garbage that is cause by coffee cups, drink cans etc. i also think that due to drive-thrus at coffee shops, it is making people lazier and causing cars to line up with their motors running while they wait to be served which again adds to polution.
by vanquybk08 10 years ago
What sodas/beer/energy drinks have colored can tabs?I am making a can tab bracelet and would like different colors to make them with. I'd rather not by just the can tabs or paint them...
by kentuckyslone 10 years ago
Should children be allowed to drink "energy drinks"?
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