Saw this in the grocery store for the first time ever yesterday.
Postum is a powdered coffee substitute…. The caffeine-free beverage mix was originally created by company founder C. W. Post in 1895 and marketed as a healthy alternative to coffee. Post was a Seventh-day Adventist and a student of Dr. John Harvey Kellogg who felt caffeine was unhealthy, and thus created an alternative of mostly wheat and molasses…. Postum is still popular among those who believe coffee to be unhealthy, or who avoid caffeinated beverages for religious reasons, such as Mormons. The ingredients in Postum are wheat bran, wheat, molasses, and corn dextrin.
In a campaign that will make its debut Saturday, 18 women step up to a 15-foot-long megaphone with a 3-foot-wide mouthpiece to deliver a unified message: We’re athletes, so ditch the female modifier.
I cant’ decide if I like that or not. Cappie Pondexter and Diana Taurasi make a cameo in one of them. See the ads.
I went ahead and installed Movable Type 4. The lovely Carla bailed me out in a dark moment, so it should be at least functional. I’ll be going through the usual fixing of the feeds and reorganization of the sidebars and it looks like I may have jacked up my archive mapping, but… oh well. You don’t care. And I don’t think I care that much, either. So I guess now would be a good time to play with that since I’ve already committed to breaking all my permalinks.
Just so you know.