Anybody over 50 would get this. Saw this in walmart the other day and took a double take.
so did it taste like someone you knew?????????????
In 1973, soylent green came in biscuits. I guess the liquid is the 2024 version.
Opinions on the flavor are all over the place. Apparently it varies from person to person.
"...the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed." 🍺 🇺🇲 🍔
We do have a excess of illegals
So go for it
"Anybody over 50 would get this."
Except if I remember correctly. once you turned 30, you became it...
I have an oral surgeon friend that uses what I call powdered human bone to pack sockets after an extraction in order to promote new bone growth for the patient.
They use that bone graft material to prepare for implants, had it done twice.
If Charlton Heston says its people, it is people !
think they taste like taco's???????
Yes bullshot, that's exactly how he explained it.
Don't drink the Chinese version...you'll be hungry in an hour....
great movie for its time if you never seen it spend a bit of time and watch it I remember when it came out
sadly, not the stretch of imagination the movie once needed to be true looking around today
seems to be creeping closer all the time the people just packed everywhere in the street's old cars stair ways elbow to elbow( (think homeless)
the scoops or the garbage trucks fitted with buckets pushing and rounding up the protesters.
only the rich had nice places and could afford real food look real beef
to me it was also sad Roberson was really dying of cancer while filming that had to be a difficult role to play
Robinson was dying of cancer during filming makes his rich performance even more psychologically intricate. In real life, Robinson died two weeks after filming ended—and he dies in the film itself. “Soylent Green” imagines Sol Roth’s elective euthanasia scene as the final word in personalized shopping.
Black is licorice, Brown is chocolate red is strawberry, yellow is banana, white is vanilla