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    Re: The Kool-Aid fiasco

    Quote Originally Posted by panickedthumb
    It's what we always have used, and what I used for as long as I've been making KoolAid (since as long as I can remember I've been addicted to the stuff.. so... about 20 years or so, I've been doing this the same way, even using the same pitcher).
    Y'know... I've only had that happen to me once... and it was because I put the Kool-Aid and the Sugar into a wet pitcher before I poured in the water... And they just kind of turned into a giant ball of clump.
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    Re: The Kool-Aid fiasco

    And again, we always use the wet pitcher. Frequently we don't even rinse it out (though we do keep it clean) so that we'll get some flavor cross-pollination. But yeah, there was still a little kool-aid (first time) or water (second time) in the bottom, but that's nothing new. That's what we always do.

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    Re: The Kool-Aid fiasco

    Did yoiu check the expiration date?


    Seriously
    Contact the Kool-aid folks. Maybe they'll have the answer and you might even get a few freebies. Some manufacturer's do that.
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    Re: The Kool-Aid fiasco

    Quote Originally Posted by gw90se
    Did yoiu check the expiration date?


    Seriously
    Contact the Kool-aid folks. Maybe they'll have the answer and you might even get a few freebies. Some manufacturer's do that.
    *gasp* free kool-aid! *squirms with excitement* I might have to try that

    But yeah, expiration date is fine.

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    Re: The Kool-Aid fiasco

    maybe something in the density of the water. it's tap water right? sometimes the concetration of salts change in tap water. Or some freak electro-static event...
    ESP-EMP kind of a thing???????

    maybe that is warning from god to stop drinking that stuff. You should try tang instead. It's also from kraft. eek!

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    Re: The Kool-Aid fiasco

    Quote Originally Posted by panickedthumb
    I live in the New River Valley, Virginia. Closer to sea level than most of the rest of southwest VA I'd assume, since we're in a valley.
    You should come up to D.C. We have great water here.

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    Re: The Kool-Aid fiasco

    I feel obliged to point out to non-American Ubuntuers that additional information on one of the United States greatest contributions to world civilization is available at:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kool_aid

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    Re: The Kool-Aid fiasco

    Hi every one,

    I did not know of Kool Aid before, but there's one thing clear about what happened to panickedthumb : it most probably has nothing to do with physics (that is gravity or anything like this !), but with chemistry.
    You just managed to make some chemical reaction .
    What should you expect anyway from some chemical product ?
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    Re: The Kool-Aid fiasco

    Technically, chemistry is a subset of physics.
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    Re: The Kool-Aid fiasco

    Quote Originally Posted by HungSquirrel
    Technically, chemistry is a subset of physics.
    Well, of course, but at this rhythm, computer science also, since your proc is governed by quantum physics, etc...
    (sorry but you're talking to a physics researcher )

    What I just meant is that what happened to panickedthumb "has nothing to do with physics", in the sense of gravitational forces...

    Any way, I have to improve my explanations, since I'll be a physics teacher next year
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