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    All it cost me was 1100 Coca-Cola points.

    Just watched Independence Day: Resurgence earlier with my brother (who was in town today). I enjoyed it. Anyway, all it cost me was 1100 Coca-Cola points for 2 tickets, 2 large drinks and a large bag of popcorn (about a years worth of points) which I felt worth it.

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    Lyle,

    And I thought I was the only one who saved those points! I find the biggest bang for the point is free 12 packs of coke @ 275 points.
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    What's wrong with drinking water?

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    I've cashed in points for $3 off on 12 packs before RetiredGeek. lolol

    Yeah; I know it's not the most healthy lifestyle dring diet-cokes, Paul. Did buy a powerade after I got off work today and they participate in Coke rewards too. lolol


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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul T View Post
    What's wrong with drinking water? Paul
    Paul,

    Do you know what's in that stuff!

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    Take the chlorine, dead bacteria cells, lead, and some sulfur out, and you just might have some H2O there RetiredGeek. lolol

    I drink artesian well water (well's been open for well over 100 years; about 20 years ago, the Spinners build a nice pavilion around the well and even added some benches) myself (go to the well maintained by the Spinners once every week and a half). It's free so why not. Sweetest and best tasting water on the planet.

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