Fox News announced the ten Republican presidential candidates who will appear in its prime-time presidential debate tomorrow night in Cleveland between 9 and 11PM.
Picking ten - they claim it was done scientifically, and we can all believe Fox News, right? - leaves seven candidates to the not-prime-time debate to be held between 5 and 6PM.
Here's the line-up: #1 - Donald Trump; #2 - Jeb Bush; #3 - Scott Walker; #4 - Mike Huckabee; #5 - Ben Carson; #6 - Ted Cruz; #7 - Marco Rubio; #8 - Rand Paul; #9 - Chris Christie; and #10 - John Kasich.
Listen to the Fox News moderators trip over themselves with excitement...
There's a new nutrition drink out there called Soylent 2.0.
It's an all-in-one meal replacement drink that's being touted as the future of nutrition.
Here's a quote from their blog: "Soylent 2.0 is designed from the ground-up to provide the vitamins, minerals, fats, carbohydrates, and protein that the body needs - all in a convenient, ready-to-drink package."
One of the main ingredients is algae, which the inventors say represents a sustainable food source.
They posted this video to their blog - I'm not 100% sure how it's selling Soylent 2.0, except for the package of it at the end...
But here's the question I have: did no one on the marketing team ever hear of a 1973 sci-fi pic starring Charlton Heston called Soylent Green?
It centered around a world where a food product called Soylent Green was in abundance and keeping the world alive.
The only problem... Well, don't let me spoil it for you. Watch Charlton Heston from the end of the film...
So maybe knowing that, the Soylent 2.0 marketing team could go back to the drawing board for a name?