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-- By Jay in Helena, MT on Wed, 14 Nov 2007 at 18:18.
Agree with Marco on this one.
Here is something from the Reason Magazine ( "Free minds and free markets" ). Just published Nov 12, 2007 (www.reason.com):
"Even as (they) emphasize Lucid's negligible thujone content, the drink's manufacturer tries to capitalize on absinthe's reputation as a forbidden potion with the slogan, "Prohibition is finally over!"
So there you have it. All hype, no substance. No (real) absinthe in America anytime soon guys. Shame on the FDA, and no, thanks, Ted - I don't care for your spiel. I get mine sent over from Europe.
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