Real-World Slurm Meta-Parodoy
If Slurm is, as I believe, intended to be a scathing parody on the real soft-drinks we Americans consume so voraciously, despite all their horrible effects on our bodies, then what happens when that parody is made real and actually marketed as the very thing it parodies? Is that some sort of meta-parody? Or is it just really, really sad?
Slurm can found on the web, and used sans license in good faith, for fair use commentary purposes.