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BJ Fudge: De-dopification of drink came just 108 years ago

Comments re article 44232 JIM MyCola or My Coca wherein orther unmuddies the waters

Billly Joe Fudge writes:
Today is the 125th birthday of Coca Cola according to CBS's Sunday Morning. The original formula did contain small amounts of cocaine which were removed by the Coke, dope folk in 1903. - Billy Joe Fudge
Don't want to be anticipatory, but is this your evasive deflection of the the dereliction charge leveled at the GWS Lexicon about the glaring "dope," omission? The charge as specified by the learned "Jim," in Post SID 44232? JIM: My-Cola or My Coca? wherein orther unmuddies the waters???? Not sure how Adair County Grand Juries look on these matters, but me and "Jim" both know it took a heap of a lot less to dethrone School Superintendents in Russell County in the mid 1900s. -EW

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