July 15, 2013
Article: Earthlings are TIRED of Texas Tea
I care about the proper grammar, punctuation and context of my words and what have you, but at this point in writing my thoughts, I am just going to write as I feel it, as if I was talking with you face to face without the use of written words. So, in that case, I ask for your apologizes for any mistakes in the follow response.
This is NAME News, I am your reporter, Matthew Johnson
“3.59 for regular, 3.79 for mid-grade, and 3.99 for premium, we can’t keep paying for this expensive f****** addiction anymore. I mean, ima hav’ta start sellin my blood or semen to afford this beverage.”
– Thomas H. from NC
“I was so lucky to have that job back about 2 years ago. I never worried about the price of tea for my Ford 3500 ext super cab. Now, I had to sell my baby, and opt out for this damned scooter mobile. Tea in America is f****** insane now-days”
– Clifton W. from Tenn.
“With my kids now home from college, it is so hard to really keep tea around for using. My husband and I are under this house-hold rule of, ‘if one has to go into the city, we ALL go into the city. And the sad part is, we HATE tea. We would finally be thankful for something else for a change.
Sandra and Cole R. from S.C.
It seems to me that some individuals and families around the southern states of the USA are getting tired of buying tea….
Texas Tea that is.
The Black gold of the motorways and driveways. The citizens that were eager to give their opinions of buying large gallons a week of the black gold have simply had enough with the everyday use and destruction of the pocketbook and air quality that Texas tea is causing. Everyday drivers, truckers, bus drivers, cab drivers, all have the same views on this economic petroleum addiction, and many are ready to clean up their act – worldwide.
Similar companies on the same page who are offering rehab sessions of transitional breaking away from their addiction to tea have begun to offer alternative options through research so ’users’ can look into solutions that would offer a cleaner, more environmentally and pocketbook friendly beverage for traveling. Such alternatives like as Durham, North Carolina’s very own Organic Transit, created by Rob Cotter, are making positive strides in the way inner city commuting will be done in the future.
East coast to west coast travel by ground will soon be one that is free from tea, the only products that may be still addicted to the black gold, are your lawn equipment products and farm machinery. But hey, who knows, we may be far beyond the use of tea within the next 5-7 years.
What a thirst quenching delight that would be.