Aaaaaaaaaaand DRINK!

Lukey sez:

Mayor Ravenstahl continued, “As we move forward, position reviews, performance evaluations, compensation reviews, and investments in education and training are all part of our plan to better deploy personnel resources to enhance customer responsiveness.”

Might I suggest you drink a Zima while there are still Zimas to be had?

Or at least give me all of your Zimas so they can be had by me.


  1. Sooska
    October 21, 2008 10:55 am

    So, are you going to corner what’s left of the market (like Seinfeld’s Elaine did with sponges) and then devise a list of occasions that are Zima-worthy in order to make your supply last as long as possible? How will you commemorate the event when you drink your final Zima?

  2. Summer
    October 21, 2008 11:35 am

    Ugh, you can have all the Zima. I’ll tip back a Scotch neat in honor of moving forward.

  3. JamieO
    October 21, 2008 1:13 pm

    Dammit Sooska.

    I was going to compare it to the sponge episode! LMAO!

  4. Sooska
    October 21, 2008 2:12 pm

    @Jamie – sorry but I’m on top of these product changes. I went thru this whole thing when Coca Cola tried to take my Coke Classic away for “New Coke.” I was angry, upset, anxious- you name it. My cousin and I bought up a bunch and I was down to the last 2 when they announced they were keeping my Coke. Phew! *wipes brow*

  5. NoSide15212
    October 21, 2008 5:30 pm


    Technically, Coca Cola didn’t take your “Coke Classic” away. They modified Coca Cola, calling it “New Coke.” The subsequent consumer $#itstorm around the new flavor spurred Coca Cola to revert back to the old recipe, calling it “Coca Cola Classic.” I know -I’m lame.

  6. Sooska
    October 22, 2008 8:48 am

    New Coke was an all new recipe- much, much sweeter to appeal to a younger demographic. They removed Real Coke from the marketplace and changed it. When sales of the New stuff fell flat because it tasted like shit they realized their stupid mistake.

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