In “having solved all other problems” news out of California, we find this:
"Gatorade has agreed not to make disparaging comments about water" as part of $300k settlement with Calif Atty Gen https://t.co/B0n9LyUF5O
— Reid Wilson (@PoliticsReid) September 22, 2017
— Darren Heitner (@DarrenHeitner) September 22, 2017
It's good to know California's Attorney General has nothing special going on so they can turn their attention to critical issues like this. https://t.co/nxr2xJ0NNC
— (((≠))) (@ThomasHCrown) September 22, 2017
Is this real life?
Gatorade has agreed not to make disparaging comments about water as part of a $300,000 settlement reached Thursday with California over allegations it misleadingly portrayed water’s benefits in a cellphone game where users refuel Olympic runner Usain Bolt.
The game, downloaded 30,000 times in California and 2.3 million times worldwide, is no longer available.
“Gatorade agreed to the settlement but has not admitted wrongdoing,” according to the Sacramento Bee.
Now I know what he does when he isn't trying to silence critics of Planned Parenthood.
— BT (@back_ttys) September 22, 2017
W.C. Fields could not be reached for comment.
— ConservativeLA (@ConservativeLA) September 22, 2017
I don't want to read this, but I'm amused that water wanted legal protection.
— Beth Anne Mumford (@bamumford) September 22, 2017
— Lance Salyers (@lancesalyers) September 22, 2017
This is so frigging 2017 https://t.co/3Muxac9L0u
— MonBossyMothma-WR (@nowhere_nh) September 22, 2017
? Just picturing a state so far gone that this actually makes sense.
— Cory Beatty (@Sirsnarksalot) September 22, 2017
Cue “Waterboy” flashbacks…
I'm assuming 'Waterboy' is part of the training manual?
— Dawnica (@DawnFults) September 22, 2017
— Josh M (@Title_Monkey) September 22, 2017
— Tall Lives Matter (@jetfsu) September 22, 2017