The Station Wagon podcast: Seattle - Snoqualmie - Olympia: Episode 30: Water

Saturday, April 22, 2017

Episode 30: Water

“In wine there is wisdom, in beer there is Freedom, in water there is bacteria.” - Benjamin Franklin
In this episode do you think Julie and Marc have gained wisdom? Nope- we stopped drinking wine. Did they gain freedom? Nope, they stopped drinking beer. All that can be hoped for is that their water was clean and bacteria-free. Their bar is low.


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History



1800’s
Wild West ‘whiskey drinks’” To stretch their profits, saloon owners would cut good whiskey with turpentine, ammonia, gunpowder or cayenne. These were called by names like "Tanglefoot, Forty-Rod, Tarantula Juice, Taos Lightning, Red Eye, and Coffin Varnish." Other offerings included Cactus Wine, made from a mix of tequila and peyote tea, and Mule Skinner, made with whiskey and blackberry liquor. A saloon might also be known as a "watering trough, bughouse, shebang, cantina, grogshop, and gin mill".[1]
1945
Grand Rapids, MI: First city to fluoridate its drinking water. 11 years later, 60p-65% reduction in carries.
1950’s
First recorded history of vending machines in US schools.
1976
“Big Gulp” 32oz cup released by 7-eleven. Prior to 1955, Coca Cola was in 6.5 oz bottles.
2013
The "Smart Snacks in Schools" nutrition standards enacted by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, require any food sold in public schools to meet calorie, fat, sugar and sodium limits.(ref)
2016
First major city to pass soda tax: Philadelphia City Council approved a 1.5-cent-per-ounce tax that will affect sodas and other sugary drinks, including teas, sports drinks and energy drinks. Drinks exempt from the tax are those that are more than 50% fruit juice, vegetable juice or milk, said Lauren Hitt, the communications director for the mayor's office.
The tax is expected to raise $91 million annually and fund city projects including pre-kindergarten expansion, the creation of community schools and an investment in parks and recreation centers.
2017
Fostering Stella - serving twice as much water.

References


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