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An Unanswered Letter to Pop Rocks

Christopher L. Jorgensen
P.O. Box 93042
Des Moines, IA 50393

September 21, 2010

Pop Rocks
Three Dunwoody park, Suite 128
Atlanta GA 30338

Dear Pop Rocks,

I’m not dumb enough to think that the Mikey kid from the Life cereal commercials died eating Pop Rocks and Coke. Even if I were this dumb a simple check of puts the lie to that rumor! So I don’t get why this urban legend persists. All I can come up with is the world is full of stupid people!

I was actually disappointed when I tried Pop Rocks and Coke. No one’s going to die from this. I mean it’s not like Pop Rocks and Coke are Mentos and Coke (I could see that being a killer combination!). I’m pretty sure at this point there simply isn’t a way to kill a person with Pop Rocks, but I thought I’d check with the experts, especially after I read this tantalizing little bit on your website:

If you interested in the knowing more about an advanced science experiment involving the Titrimetric Determination of Carbon Dioxide in a Heterogeneous Sample, please call us at 732-801-9083

That sounds dangerous! Will it kill someone?



Christopher L. Jorgensen



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