Dating coke bottles
Tesco warned the tax meant branded drinks may be more expensive or come in smaller sizes.It said it's own-label drinks had been reformulated in line with the tax.This is how Bennett and Percy deftly attempt to patch up the first large hole in Una Ronald's story, namely that she had to "stay up" to watch the moonwalk live.
On Twitter, Gary Waites said: 'The issue is that I don't want Coke Zero not diet, due to the chemical artificial sweeteners, there is no freedom of choice because of the #sugartax which means lost revenue to @sainsburys as I will got elsewhere for my lunch.'Customer Nynaeve2k tweeted: 'I'm allergic to sweeteners. I wouldn't mind paying 50p more for the meal deal for a full fat Coke but as it stands, the same food costs around £2 more.'And davegilbert27 said: 'Are you not going to offer smaller bottles of regular coke as other retailers have done?A spokesman for Coca-Cola Enterprises would not comment on Sainsbury's move, but said pricing was at the discretion of retailers.We first discuss the "Una Ronald" story as described in Dark Moon.So Una Ronald could have seen the moonwalks live from her home, but not at the time she claimed. If Una had been watching a tape-delayed repeat, it could be consistent with when she said she watched it.We bring up these inconsistencies to show that Aulis authors simply pick and choose the parts of her story they present as credible evidence, and pass over the parts that don't add up.