Gaze upon the wonder to the right. It's a glass bottle of Coca-Cola, imported from Mexico. That's worth more than novelty points, since glass-bottled drinks taste better. There's a reason no beer besides shitty mass-market swill is bottled in plastic, after all. Even better for the flavor is the fact this Coke is made with sugar, not high-fructose corn syrup. The result is a lighter, crisper flavor with little aftertaste. You can find this delightful nectar at various convenience stores around town and it's also been spotted at Costco.
See, Tom Tancredo, there are some benefits to illegal immigration (besides affordable lawn care, agricultural work, etc). -- Cory Casciato
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