Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by skylarbrie, Nov 9, 2014.
The "o" in the name looks more like the Greek letter phi to me. But that doesn't fit her agenda.
the 'o" often represents the portal to the other side...
I'm a redbull guy myself. But there is occult symbolism in most everything deliberately and coincidently. She's probably a spokes person for Rockstar energy. And for the record, incase you didn't know, Rockstar energy is owned by Michael Savages kid and wife. I don't like that guy and his drink sucks.
Go home and bake a fucking cake!!!
Never mind the diabeetus...
do these shitty energy drinks really fucking work i mean what happened to a good old cup o' joe!?
grab a big ass coffee from sevvies in the morning. 1 buck. save ya money on those expensive piss tasting energy drinks. loaded with chemicals sugar and salt.
Never had a single energy drink in my life, and have no desire to
I like the monsters in the white can, but try to limit myself
you can still get a cup of coffee for a buck?
I drank a monster once and i thought i was the incredible hulk for like 15 minutes then my tummy hurt
if the potion has been endorsed by Satan, i think it would be wise to partake of the life giving fluids...
"MILFS dig it & you will too"
Obviously a paid agitator by Michael Savage's son, who owns Rockstar!
I gave up energy drinks 2 years ago. It sickens me to think I used to drink them.
I dunno if it has anything to do with satan. As I've said in a dozen other Skylerbrie threads, advertising is all about power symbols and colors. So is religious iconography. Nothing new.
What I find interesting about Monster is how many people put those stickers on their cars and trucks!
Why would you advertise for some energy drink if they weren't paying you? Ponderous.
I definitely think that logo and "Unleash The Beast" was intentional to make Christian nut jobs go crazy. I mean it's just good marketing.
The normal energy drink tastes like shit. With that said I do enjoy the Coffee flavored ones as a last resort before work.
I've never had an energy drink but now that I know Satan is behind it I am going to try one.
By the way, what is Satan's motive for producing beverages anyway? She never explains that.
sometimes, on rare occasions, symbols actually have a tangible meaning for the producer and the consumer...