August 23, 2008

Rockstar Punched

Iím not sure why, but energy drinks almost never do anything for me. I think Iím immune to the effects of caffeine, guarana, ginseng, and all the other stuff that is in them. Every now and again, I like to have one just to see if it will have any effect on me. I recently drank a Rockstar Punched, which tropical punch flavored. I really liked the flavor of it, mostly because it didnít have any of that odd ďenergy drinkĒ flavor (Iím not sure how else to describe itÖ) that energy drinks usually have. It just tasted like a very good fruit punch. If I hadnít have read the label, I would never have guessed that it contained 120 mg of caffeine, 1000 mg of taurine, 150 mg of ginko biloba leaf extract, and a bunch of other stuff that Iíve never heard of. And itís effect on my body? Nothing. Oh well, maybe 16 ounces just isnít enough. Next time, Iíll drink two cans.

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Posted by Jim on August 23, 2008

One can is plenty!

Posted by: Otterpop at August 24, 2008 2:01 PM

heh, energy drinks have the same effect on me...NONE.

Posted by: Emanuel Gonzalez at August 25, 2008 12:26 AM

Same here. I had Rockstar's orange drink once. It tasted very flat to me, almost like water with a very light amount of orange koolaid in it.

Posted by: Rita at August 30, 2008 8:19 AM

No effect from an energy drink are one of the signs of ADD.

Posted by: Haley Kemp at September 23, 2008 6:49 AM

Have you tried Red Line? One should definitely get you going.

Posted by: Michelle at December 5, 2008 1:57 PM

If you want a kick, you should try (Monster: Heavy Metal). That stuff looks INTENSE!

Posted by: Alex B at January 2, 2009 2:01 PM

yea try RedLine - guarentee that will rev u up!!! start out with half a bottle, then move to a full one... u may not be prepared for the rush!!!!

Posted by: Brian at January 16, 2009 3:38 PM

This is to notify that your Carls'Jr restaurant located at the Grand Ave in Glendora across from the Department of Children & Family Services located at 745 S. Grand Ave, Glendora, has a food preparer not wearing a plastic glove when he prepares steak sandwitches. I asked one of your sales- persons why he didn't wear a glove, they said his hands are clean even he just come out from the storage room. Does your company have a policy to mandate your food preparers must wear at least one plastic glove when providing the services.
Is this not against the Health Department's recommendations. This is a sanitary issue for our staff and foster care children when they eat at your restaurant. Thank you.

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