Never tried Red Bull except for their natural cola which is very good
and has real cola nut in it instead of artificial flavors. I might
have a problem with a class action suit over an obviously absurd and
mainly metaphoric claim that "Red Bull gives you wings." Did Red Bull
start the class action themselves. It might be cheaper to pay $13
million than more for an ad campaign.
When I "cut the cable" I got Hulu+ (first month free) to keep up with
any broadcast TV shows worth watching. When I had cable I would DVR
shows and then use the 30 second skip button to skip ads. With Hulu you
get ads too but the breaks are usually shorter though ABC and FOX seem
to be booking longer breaks there. There is no 30 skip button for Hulu+
so I just hit the mute button and don't watch. There's hardly anything
there I would be interested in buying anyway. But turning the sound off
makes the ads look even more insipid. I think the ad agencies need to
turn the sound off just to realize how bad their ads are these days.
I didn't do the TM-Sidhi program to learn to fly. If it was just that
well guess what? I was hopping before I got that sutra. A bunch of us
who were being naughty and reading Muktananda's books at the time for
some reason started hopping during meditations at home. So when I got
the flying sutra it was merely time to "officially" fly. Bet there are
a few others here who had the same experience. In fact the other person
who flew immediately admitted to me that he had been hopping before the
Can we levitate. Probably (now some heads are going to start
frittering). My tantra guru told me had floated saying he felt
something odd and opened his eyes to find himself off the ground a bit
and not using any specific sutra. There is the supernatural and there
are things human beings don't understand yet. Oh and I'm no athlete and
never felt any effort in flying even with several foot high hops.
On 10/12/2014 07:59 PM, s3raph...@yahoo.com [FairfieldLife] wrote:
Did you fall for the hype about being able to levitate?
Are you angry about the cash you lost chasing that dream of flying?
Do your friends and acquaintances now laugh at you for being so credulous?
Good news! You may be entitled to compensation.
Energy drink "Red Bull" settled two class-action lawsuits this week,
agreeing to pay $13 million because their famous slogan 'Red Bull
gives you wings' isn't true. Anyone who bought a drink from January 1,
2002 to October 3, 2014 is eligible to receive a $10 cash payment -
regardless of whether there was a receipt for proof.
Here's one of the ads they ran. If people can now sue for such
obviously idiotic claims it only goes to show what a dumbed-down
society we are living in.