The Pepsi Company has listened to your concerns in regards to aspartame and they're making some changes.
In a statement, Pepsi said, "Diet cola drinkers in the U.S. told us they wanted aspartame-free Diet Pepsi and we're delivering." Pepsi will use a mix of sucralose and acesulfame potassium instead.
They continue with this:
"We recognize that consumer demand is evolving and we're confident that cola-lovers will enjoy the crisp, refreshing taste of this new product."
All diet sodas currently on the market have aspartame or a mixture of it, so this will set Pepsi's diet branding apart from the rest. Will this have you more likely to utilize the Pepsi brand? The new mix will be on store shelves this August.
How is he feeling? What's going on in his mind? How did he realize he was a woman? How did his family react? What steps is he taking to transition? How is he dealing with the public reaction, both negative and positive?
There are so many questions to ask and be answered when it comes to Bruce Jenners gender transition as Diane Sawyer sits down with him for an exclusive, intimate and emotional interview that will air this evening on ABC 9pm (locally channel 10.)
This morning a small preview aired on Good Morning America asking Bruce "Are You Going to Be Ok?"
Here it is #ThrowbackThursday...and you may remember, Natalie Imbruglia with her smash hit "Torn" from, ready for this? 18 years ago!
She's resurfaced...check her out:
Plus check out her new video covering Daft Punk's "Instant Crush"
Happy Earth Day, world! To celebrate today, the NSA introduced a brand new mascot: Dunk.
His importance was to help celebrate their "green efforts" (more details here: but, it seems like it's backfired a bit, because people all over social media are saying how scary he is.
What do you think? Is "Dunk" as scary as people are making him out to be?
Hasn't the Tanner family been through enough?
I ask this because while the thought and realization that yes, Full House is coming back for 13-episodes on Netflix is exciting, reading the premise is a little disturbing.
It's said to be focusing on the newly widowed DJ Tanner who is raising her two sons and is pregnant with a third child --- The girls mother died AND she lost her husband?! REALLY?! Now she's in a situation very simliar to her father and....oooooh, I see what they did there. If it ain't broke, don't fix it, eh?
It'll also focus on Stephanie Tanner, an aspiring musician and DJ's childhood best friend, Kimmie Gibbler who has a feisty teenage daughter, Ramona. Don't worry, Uncle Jesse, uh, I mean John Stamos is producing the show so yes, he'll also make some guest appearences.
It is yet unknown if the show will grow into more than just the 13-episodes it's starting at, but time will tell.
The Full House sequel will debut on Netflix in 2016.