Can't drink just 4 edition.
So the only real lead we have so far is this soda company selling .long term shelter supply.
I contacted them on facebook asking for more information about this item last night and got this back today
>hank you for your interest in the long term shelter supply. Due to unforeseen circumstances on the eastern seaboard we have had an interruption to our supply lines. We apologize for the inconvenience as we realize time is of the essence. We will add you to the waiting list and a representative will contact you to assess priority as soon as the shelter supply packages are once again available for purchase.
Also just for the sake of not having to click the link
I'm skeptical, but seeing as it's got clear ties to what we've seen of Cloverfield thus far (Can't drink just 4, "doesn't seem to be anyone around") plus the fact that it's some unknown company that popped up out of nowhere like Slusho I think it's fair to say it's related in some way.
Okay I'm looking at some of the drinks they have and a lot of them seem to relate to Louisiana in some way. This could be related to the Eiffel Towers that we see in the trailer, so that wasn't just a minor thing.
100 bucks says momma Monster comes out to find it's dead baby and goes on a rampage leaving those parasites all over the Eastern Seaboard. This has thriller written all over it more than big monster movie.
The soda was in the trailer a few times. And then the day after they updated their online store with>>65002592
Also here is the actual message from them.
It links to their online store. Which is where you can see the shelter supply.
And just so everyone is aware Swamp Pop is a real company and real soda you can go buy right now. So this could all just be them pulling a fast one and trying to get traffic because their soda was in the trailer. But I guess we will have to see.. Right now this is our only real lead.
alright /tv/, what are your expectations, and what are you hoping for.
Personally, as long as this takes place in the same universe as the first one, and we get some lore, i'm okay with 90% of the movie taking place in the bunker as long as we get at least 1 shot of the monster.
At first I was disappointed by the trailer cause I wanted another monster movie but desu I wouldn't mind if 80% of it took place in the bunker.
I'd enjoy a movie that widens the Slushoverse and gives us some lore and shit.
What we now:
>same universe as cloverfield
>movie almost entirely takes place in the cellar
We all know how it will end:
>MEW escaped the cellar
>last shot shows the outside
>it's a nuclear wasteland with a few clover monsters walking the deserted earth
Not hyped at all.
>last shot shows the outside
>it's a nuclear wasteland with a few clover monsters walking the deserted earth
I want to believe the writers are better than that but you might be right unfortunately.
Saw the movie.
You guys are way underlooking the whole thing.
There is a reason this movie went through so many development phases. There is a reason it was turned into a cloverfield movie "from another movie".
There is a reason the movie was announced only 2 months before the release.
Everything is intentional. It goes deeper than you think.
This is still canon
I don't believe you actually saw it, but please spoil it anyways, i loved all the fake spoilers for Cloverfield
>Feels like we've been over this.
How else could it end? That or the world looks normal, MEW runs into the nearest city, Clover is just rampaging in ny.
>falling for it
Don't believe everything you read on the internet,
How many good shots do we get of MEW's ass? Loved this one in the trailer.
Did anything weird or important happen on the 4th of August 2013?
>tfw read this back in '08
>tfw still incredibly disappointed
>Living in the age of capeshit
>Calling a dead genre like Monster Movies juvenile
>Doesn't this shit belong on /x/ or /v/ or something?
No, it's more /tv/ related than 60% of the threads right now
>Also isn't marketing against the rules?
Even if this would actually be marketing, Hiro removed that report option for a reason. /v/ Literally, actually, no tinfoil, had a sticky for the new AssCreed made by the mods.
>Fucking mods do your job.
If if you don't monster fans haven't done anything to deserve to be shat on. They keep themselves to themselves and get thrown scraps now and again that bomb anyway i.e. Pacific Rim, Godzilla sequel not coming out till 3 years later etc. etc.
>it was about the characters
I can't even remember any of them, especially the main guy and main girl. I can't even picture them in my head.
The only thing I remember is that Lizzy Caplan was in it looking qt and she exploded and the camera guy was named Hud which is oh so funny.
I'm expecting a cabin feverish/paranoia movie where the grill is trying more and more to find out this horrible truth, and then in the last 10 minutes everyone but her gets fucked up by the monsters.
It's definitely going to be tense.
What's with this fucking viral marketing though?
It's so very shillish
> it returns to the ocean and sinks down. While going down, it sees what appears to be a giant egg, before allowing itself to be absorbed to be at peace. It is then revealed that there are several more eggs akin to a nest, implying that there are actually many more monsters (and that the monster from the manga is different from the one from the film). Kishin is found floating on a piece of wood, and is brought back to the ravaged city to a joyous Aiko. They embrace as they reunite, Kishin finally having found the one true thing he cares for in his life.
>It's a we're being rused with a different monster movie
JJ has planned this from the start, Cloververse is filled with different monsters on the rampage.
This is professional shilling right?
This is like when Cloverfield was getting shilled and evryone was like;
> it's found footage Godzilla
And the literal shills would respind with;
> No! SLUSHO! LOVRCRAFT! WHATS IT ALL ABOUT! PLAY THE ARG
Cloverfields characters were completely redundant to the movie. It was just a giant monster movien with the found footage gimmick.
The actor for the brother with the Slusho! shirt, in the dvd with the special commentary or something, he says that there was no body and the tail never hit him, so he's probably alive.
for a few minutes I forgot that campagin existed
still, I'm not sure why everyone is hyping around it, we know the movie is coming out, we know its in a bunker and is related to cloverfield
that should be good enough tbqhwyf (to be quite honest with you family)
This is going to be 99.5% unrelated to Cloverfield.
The only connection will be an abortive attempt at a subtle/spoopy reference through a couple lines of expository dialogue in the last 15 minutes of the movie
In a post-release interview with Vanity Fair, Abrams will jewishly allude to a deeper, non-existent relationship between the movies in the most obtuse, reddit-friendly way possible.
Lena Dunham will write and direct the final part of the "trilogy", a handheld-filmed docudrama about an abuse lesbian relationship between an older and younger sister, coming Autumn 2018.
>After a car accident, a young woman awakens in an underground cellar, where most of the action takes place. She fears she has been abducted by a survivalist, who tells her he saved her life and that a chemical attack has left the outside world uninhabitable. Uncertain what to believe, she decides she must escape, whatever dangers she may face outside. “As it goes on, it gets progressively darker and darker, and less and less funny, and weirder,” Winstead told the 'Collider' movie news website.
At the end it turns out Goodman was right, of course, and that Iran did launch nukes.
After the reshoots we can guess it's that a giant monster did attack New York.
Wait so is this like a continuation of Cloverfield, like with the monster and what not?
They were invested in spreading it.
Like 50% of the posters itt they are here to pretend to be into it to generate interest and excitement.
You'll notice they will talk about the ARG and ask for speculation on the film, but ignore people providing the actual synopsis or plot details. Just like with Cloverfield.
It was a low budget horror film that the studio couldn't release because it was so bad. J.J. had some guys rewrite some bits and do reshoots to tie it in loosely with the other film for marketing purposes.
He describes it as a "blood brother" to Cloverfield. The film. Not the monster.
Which is weird because we see in the trailer that something shakes the bunker at one point.
Depending on how deep it is, it would take a major event like the MOAB used in Hammer Down or a giant monster to cause that shaking.
The bunker being in the middle of nowhere just raises further questions.
>JJ burns his bridges with Paramount over Star Trek
>Know's he's going to do gangbusters with Star Wars no matter how shit is
>Throws Paramount a bone with a re-written cloverfield sequel on the cheap to get back in their good books
>Paramount writes him a blank cheque to come back and work with them
>Cloverfield sequel does decent money and gets Paramount a profit
>New Star Trek bombs cause it looks shit from the onset
Got to admit the nigga is smart
Repackaged ANH for millenials and made Gangbusters, literally sold the world old rope for new money.
No wonder Paramount has forgive him guy is literally making it rain for hollywood.
>he isn't hyped to explore the Rich and Immersive Content for Your Favorite Blockbuster Franchises that Samsung Gear® VR, Sony Playstation® VR, Oculus Rift®, and their Exclusive Media Partners are producing for Tailor-Made Unique Virtual Reality Experiences That You Are Going To Love
Do you even shill?
On the swamp pop website, the facebook link just goes to thier facebook page, they seem to be in on it since that one anon got that reply, but what about that twitter page? its for some marketing dude? is he part of the ARG. or is he helping create the thing and shilling himself?
>While going down, it sees what appears to be a giant egg, before allowing itself to be absorbed to be at peace. It is then revealed that there are several more eggs akin to a nest, implying that there are actually many more monsters (and that the monster from the manga is different from the one from the film).
They're a legit soda company. They're just fun easter eggs and little more. Again, the main film was done in 2014, the Cloverfield connection was added after the fact, it's super low budget (was originally meant to be a bottle story), and the release is two months away. They aren't going to waste that much PR budget on an ARG no one will play in that time.
Well it was filmed in Louisiana as well, so it's possible but we don't know yet.
Now one thing I have been digging for is if anyone remembers the original ARG a few things revolved around Teddy Hanssen and there was a missing person poster and a website dedicated to finding him. Maybe there is one out there for MEWs character, something acknowledging that she is in fact missing. I've been looking but it's kinda hard since we don't know her characters name.
>Getting free publicity for a literally WHO? soda brand
>Getting increased sales and a bumper pension FOR FREE
U better believe this nigga is playing along at least if not involved.
>I just came in to tell you all that i spoke with the real Anna Whitlow this morning and she informed me that she did not make the above post and she didn't really have any information on any sort of official tie in between 10 Cloverfield Lane and Swamp Pop other than the product being featured in the flick... sorry guys. (obviously she could just be withholding information for now though, i guess we'll see)
You niggers are dumb. The scene with the jukebox, the barrel. They aren't in the original script, jj is doing his old and tired arg hype formula. I am an arg fag so I'm hyped but you guys are treating this stupidly. Also lmao at you fags thinking there will be no connection to cloverfield, that'd be the worst marketing decision on earth
John Goodman shucking and jiving to the jukebox wasn't in the original movie? Fat chance.
>yfw this ARG has JUST been whipped up these last few days as the shills realised people were seeing just how terribly this whole thing was put together
If you guys made a proper sequel with the intention of it being a sequel from the get go, I'd watch the shit out of it.
I'm so fucking disappointed.
and what's the benefit of keeping a movie under the cover?
I'm predicting that John Goodman plays the father of the guy in the sling and brought the girl into his survivalist bunker so his reluctant son could bang someone while the Eastern Seaboard is all fucked.
Seems like she's either a dumb bitch or has no idea what's going on outside and seems really nervous or tense in her scenes while also being fucking chained up. Maybe none of them really know. I'm assuming it's not going to be a big monster movie but rather focus on those parasitic creatures in Cloverfield, or maybe something different.
>"#garythedog basking in the sunshine of his new house''
GARY THE DOG
This is some next level coincidences
Carrie Fisher's dog is called Gary
This movie was shot and completed, and had nothing to do with cloverfield originally. The movie got shelved for some time, and the studios are now trying to make a quick buck by rebranding it and adding in a few scenes post in order to tie it to the cloverfield universe.
Don't fall for an interesting trailer.
Just google 10 Cloverfield lane and The Cellar. That's what the film was previously shot as. There's reports all over the net that people saw screenings of this some time ago and confirmed there was no cloverfield anything in it.
post yfw JJ pulls a Halloween 3 and makes Cloverfield an anthology series
I noticed it when I saw it in theaters but it would have been a lot better if the military just shot her.
Well if you ever lose it you're still going to be the same depressed shit afterwards, just a heads up.
These videos are 2 years old and they review other soda's as well. We have already gotten past the fact that these are in fact real drinks that you can go down to your local world market and purchase.
Unless you are seeing something in these videos that I'm not seeing.
>High budget "found footage" shit that was actually an interesting take on the city destroying monster genre
>Low budget indie shit with a bunch of people stuck in a bomb shelter, that's traditionally shot
This is probably the one time where a balls-to-the-wall military film would have actually been great.
>Can survive a direct hit with a nuke
>Can't be killed by normal arms
>Spreads disease ridden giant ticks everywhere that make you explode
It's the premise of a Godzilla monster appearing with no actual Godzilla to fight it which is scary as fuck. Why would you set the new movie in a bomb shelter?
>Whole movie is going to feel like some shitty Alien rip off
>"Omg, a tick that John Goodman had in this barrel has gotten loose!"
>"Don't let it get hold of you or it'll kill you!"
>Movie is going to end with her escaping and the entire outside world destroyed
>Cut to credits
>10 years later we get a shitty coming-of-age movie set 50 years after the fact, with the world rebuilding
>Cloverfield monster has been dead for decades at this point
>i've seen your soda was in this movie I want to re-work. Would you like some more shots and product placement added in editing in exchange for saying something on your website and twitter?
>of course mr JJ!
if you watch their other reviews they don't do anything as suspicious as that bit with the stain. It's also their final video.
10CL was in production since 2014, wrapped up sometime in 2015 after (allegedly) incorporating the Cloverfield connection.
It's plausible this was early ARG prep or just a neat easter egg. If they did plan it that way it would be really cool anyway.
Someone asked Swamp Pop what the ingredients were and this was the response.
They're well aware, and seem pretty cool with it. Most of them expect that I'm some form of gay.
Incidentally, and this isn't really related to anything, I'm known as the "token straight" of the group.
Saw the most recent cut of the movie (pretty much final, few minor tweaks might be done)
Not going to spoil anything major, cant really prove it without possibly fucking my career up.
Ill say this, bunker is about 1/3 of the movie, this movie is both what you all want and not what anyone wanted in a weird way.
Its not cloverfield 2, but its the cloverfield 2 were going to get
Other guy is full of shit
There are connections, its the same universe and its obvious that it is, that much was certainly not a lie.
You guys are in for a wild ride, kinda wish i hadnt seen it so i could experience it
Also theres a big hint in the trailer you guys are missing, think "Outside the box"
Im out, enjoy the clue hunt friends
did you miss the fact that
>nobody actually knows whats going on
>government clearly fears viral infections
>parasites attacking, biting people
you really just wanna continue on as if nothings happening?
Not only is it call of the void but it means the attraction one feels when on the edge of something to just jump of, like suicidal fuck with your brain soda type shit, am i right guys
Ponchatoula Pop Rouge has an alternate image/link for a "Mystery flavor" for some reason.
This image is in their files, uploaded in June 2014 though so it's probably nothing.
Watched the trailer again and found several references to the eiffel tower. two paintings on the wall and on mews t shirt. This could be like the empire state building in the first cloverfield.
Bullshit, watch the bandage on Goodman's head. The barrel scene happens right after the bottle over the head escape. There was a picture summary posted a while ago here that put them in a plausible chronological order based on the appearance of the characters, this just seems made up to match whatever the creator thinks the plot will be, ignore it.
I thought they were doing the generic hipster ingredient list thing.
Huh? I'm pointing out that putting the scenes in that order is wrong, you can tell from the appearance of the characters.
and pic related and better analyses I think.
> yfw the outside world is fine and John Goodman is just some crazy dude
well if they were preparing pre-game material since 2011 by sending a girl around the world on real trips, just to have a character footnote for someone who's actually dead, that would be impressive.
and completely stupid.
Are you shitposting? If I had a bomb shelter and a monster attack happened you can bet your sweet corhole that I would be down there with my shotgun pointing at the entrance until either I get the all clear on the radio or I run out of supplies.
>Also theres a big hint in the trailer you guys are missing, think "Outside the box"
What, that the bunker bit is actually the end of the film after the first three quarters of them trying to escape from the monster to safety or something?
As someone who only kind of gives a shit about this stuff I'm curious as to how often the information parsed out through these viral ad campaigns for movies ends up actually being credible or to what extent it ends up having to do with the plot whatsoever.
Everytime stuff like this comes out (eg the dark knight, lost, or the hidden messages before commercials on fringe) it always sounds interesting, but I never have the energy to actually follow up on them. Basically I'm wondering if anybody knows based on JJ's previous viral marketing campaigns if there's any point to paying attention to this at all.
It's not a cloverfield movie since MEW has an iphone 4 / 5.
I really don't know, I'm unsure of this supposed ARG, maybe someone in Swamp Pop is just trying to fuck with us. I'm unsure of this movie being actually related to Cloverfield, could be that 'Cloverfield' is just the codename that Bad Robot picked for all of their horror movies.
I just don't know anymore bro.
>Howard is John Goodman's character in the script for the cellar
Now this is something I have issue with. We have to read the old script to get this information to continue the ARG? That's pretty poor.
ARGs aren't cost effective and studios usually don't bother making them interesting. Cloverfield was barely an ARG. It was just hidden sites, lots of lore and a Slusho competition where people won some swag.
Considering the number of eyeballs on that thing it was pretty underwhelming.
>I'm unsure of this movie being actually related to Cloverfield
I guessing 90% of the film is like the scene where Tom Cruise had to hide with his daughter in War the Worlds. So hint at something above ground, try to get away to get above ground.
odds are the film end with them getting away and then being chomped by a monster... the end
People expect too much from commercial ARGs, they're always going to end up in "Hey! Don't forget to watch / play / whatever the X thing!"
But they always interest me, don't really know why. It's just not for everyone I guess.
I'm this poster. This might provide some new information
It's the puzzle they're putting together.
Hey fuck heads, at least I show up for my movie.
The only real issue I have with this timeline is that John Goodman has the scar on his head in the scene where he open the vent and he doesn't have the bandage on so it happens after he gets hit and any of the other scenes where he has the bandage on.
So I assume the whole going into the vent is one of the later scenes in the movie. Before the fire at least.
The thing that bothers me is that, if this is really a low budget film, why would the studio be so invested in hyping it by tying it to a more popular one, and risking tarnishing that brand when people inevitably get pissed? If they really only spent $5 million, they wouldn't give that much of a shit about trying to rescue the project. I would believe the story if this were a big-budget film that was turning out to be a probable flop due to production issues (like Fantfourstic or something in that vein), because the stakes would be higher and they'd need to do something to make back budget, maybe resorting to cheap marketing ploys like this. But if it's just a small film, tying it to Cloverfield makes no sense.
At the same time, I don't know if I believe the "the studio is misdirecting us with 'The Cellar' rumours, and it was always meant to be Cloverfield." Yeah, studios spread rumours to misdirect sometimes, but they wouldn't spread a rumour that explicitly leads people to believe that the movie will be shit and was hastily amended to fit in with some franchise. Companies don't tend to shit on their own products.
My theory: J.J. Abrams didn't mean this is in the same universe. He meant it intentionally has thematic resemblances to Cloverfield. Think "The Fighter" and "Black Swan." Aronofsky meant them to be complementary, but neither is a sequel or prequel or whatever to the other. It's thematic.
>guy who is directing this made a Portal short film years ago
>Jew Jew Abrams talked on how he wanted to make a Portal and Half Life movie
It's like poetry
>It's not a cloverfield movie since MEW has an iphone 4 / 5.
Who cares. It's probably a floating timeline. Instead of thinking, "Cloverfield takes place in 2009, so this movie has to take place in 2009," if this really is concurrent with it, I wouldn't be surprised if they just went the "the movies are always happening NOW" route, like Simpsons or comic books or whatever."
I mean, this way, it can be a sequel/parallel sequel/whatever-the-fuck, and also have product placement for advert money (what phone company would need product placement of an 8-year-old phone?).
>TFW I've been so preoccupied with finding shit out about this movie when I didn't even like Cloverfield all that much
What the fuck am I doing with my time. I should be studying or cleaning or some shit.
I mean, even if I wanna watch the movie, may as well just watch it without any spoilers or preconceived notions from all this internet detective shit.
I was just debating with my friends about this, they claim "any internet stuff or deleted/extra scenes for a movie arn't canon". I couldn't find any comment that they are canon but I still believe it is.
I've always wondered about how canon ARG stuff and tie-in comics are, too. Like, I thought the official story was that a falling satellite awoke Clovie (as seen in the Coney Island footage). But these tie-in things say it was a soda company extracting their secret ingredients down there?
I feel like the satellite thing makes more sense. The universe in the film felt like one that was similar to our world, with the exception of this one event. A company with a soda that is made from shit from the ocean floor is a little far-fetched and doesn't fit in this universe, IMO. Like, you're going to go on this super-expensive scientific expedition to the depths of the sea, and you're going to find some random crap you don't even know and that probably wasn't even tested by the FDA, and sell it as a soft drink instead of doing, like, actual sciencey shit?
JJ said the original ARG was to establish the creature's backstory since every other monster movie has the civilians randomly encountering a scientist character who explains everything. I'm assuming then that it is canon. But what I never understood was the significance of the satellite falling if the creature was awakened by deep sea drilling.
Is the original Cloverfield backstory, Teddy worked for Tag(drilling company) and discovered and captured Clover and he set the monster free.
On the save teddy website you can hear them torturing Clover.
That wouldn't be so bad.
No Teddy was with the eco-terrorist organization TIDO Wave and was trying to prove the shady shit Tagruato was up to. Jensen why he sent Jamie the sample of seabed's nectar, just in case they got him.
The monster woke up while Tag was studying it and wrecked the oil rig and followed the oil tanker back to NY. Tag then blamed TIDO Wave saying it was a terrorist attack to cover up what they were actually up to.
What do you think the monster is going to look like? This is my guess desu
Yes, if you live in the South/near Louisiana you can buy it at pretty much any grocery store. If not you can find it in places like world market. Or just order it from the site if you wanted to.
>8th of April
217 – Roman Emperor Caracalla is assassinated. He is succeeded by his Praetorian Guard prefect, Marcus Opellius Macrinus.
632 – King Charibert II is assassinated at Blaye (Gironde), along with his infant son Chilperic.
876 – The Battle of Dayr al-'Aqul saves Baghdad from the Saffarids.
1093 – The new Winchester Cathedral is dedicated by Walkelin.
1139 – Roger II of Sicily is excommunicated.
1149 – Pope Eugene III takes refuge in the castle of Ptolemy II of Tusculum.
1232 – Mongol–Jin War: The Mongols begin their siege on Kaifeng, the capital of the Jin dynasty.
1271 – In Syria, sultan Baibars conquers the Krak des Chevaliers.
1665 – English colonial patents are granted for the establishment of the Monmouth Tract, for what would eventually become Monmouth County in northeastern New Jersey.
1730 – Shearith Israel, the first synagogue in New York City, is dedicated.
1740 – War of Jenkins' Ear: Three British ships capture the Spanish third-rate Princesa, taken into service as HMS Princess.
1808 – The Roman Catholic Diocese of Baltimore is promoted to an archdiocese, with the founding of the dioceses of New York, Philadelphia, Boston, and Bardstown (now Louisville) by Pope Pius VII.
1820 – The Venus de Milo is discovered on the Aegean island of Milos.
1832 – Black Hawk War: Around three-hundred United States 6th Infantry troops leave St. Louis, Missouri to fight the Sauk Native Americans.
1864 – American Civil War: Battle of Mansfield: Union forces are thwarted by the Confederate army at Mansfield, Louisiana.
1866 – Italy and Prussia ally against the Austrian Empire.
1886 – William Ewart Gladstone introduces the first Irish Home Rule Bill into the British House of Commons.
1895 – In Pollock v. Farmers' Loan & Trust Co. the Supreme Court of the United States declares unapportioned income tax to be unconstitutional.
1904 – The French Third Republic and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland sign the Entente cordiale.
1904 – British mystic Aleister Crowley transcribes the first chapter of The Book of the Law.
1904 – Longacre Square in Midtown Manhattan is renamed Times Square after The New York Times.
1906 – Auguste Deter, the first person to be diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease, dies.
1908 – Harvard University votes to establish the Harvard Business School.
1911 – Dutch physicist Heike Kamerlingh Onnes discovers superconductivity.
1913 – The 17th Amendment to the United States Constitution, requiring direct election of Senators, becomes law.
1916 – In Corona, California, race car driver Bob Burman crashes, killing three (including himself), and badly injuring five spectators.
1918 – World War I: Actors Douglas Fairbanks and Charlie Chaplin sell war bonds on the streets of New York City's financial district.
1924 – Sharia courts are abolished in Turkey, as part of Atatürk's Reforms.
1929 – Indian independence movement: At the Delhi Central Assembly, Bhagat Singh and Batukeshwar Dutt throw handouts and bombs to court arrest.
1935 – The Works Progress Administration is formed when the Emergency Relief Appropriation Act of 1935 becomes law.
1942 – World War II: Siege of Leningrad: Soviet forces open a much-needed railway link to Leningrad.
1942 – World War II: The Japanese take Bataan in the Philippines.
1943 – U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt, in an attempt to check inflation, freezes wages and prices, prohibits workers from changing jobs unless the war effort would be aided thereby, and bars rate increases by common carriers and public utilities.
That shit actually looks pretty good. Paying nine bucks for four bottles plus shipping sounds like a pain in the ass, though. Do they sell those in stores or is it some kind of niche online brand thing?
1945 – World War II: After an air raid accidentally destroys a train carrying about 4,000 Nazi concentration camp internees in Prussian Hanover, the survivors are massacred by Nazis.
1946 – Électricité de France, the world's largest utility company, is formed as a result of the nationalisation of a number of electricity producers, transporters and distributors.
1950 – India and Pakistan sign the Liaquat–Nehru Pact.
1952 – U.S. President Harry Truman calls for the seizure of all domestic steel mills to prevent a nationwide strike.
1953 – Mau Mau leader Jomo Kenyatta is convicted by Kenya's British rulers.
1954 – A Royal Canadian Air Force Canadair Harvard collides with a Trans-Canada Airlines Canadair North Star over Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, killing 37 people.
1954 – South African Airways Flight 201 A de Havilland DH.106 Comet 1 crashes into the sea during night killing 21 people.
1959 – A team of computer manufacturers, users, and university people led by Grace Hopper meets to discuss the creation of a new programming language that would be called COBOL.
1959 – The Organization of American States drafts an agreement to create the Inter-American Development Bank.
1960 – The Netherlands and West Germany sign an agreement to negotiate the return of German land annexed by the Dutch in return for 280 million German marks as Wiedergutmachung.
1961 – A large explosion on board the MV Dara in the Persian Gulf kills 238.
1964 – Gemini 1 (unmanned test flight) launched.
1968 – BOAC Flight 712 catches fire shortly after take off. As a result of her actions in the accident, Barbara Jane Harrison is awarded a posthumous George Cross, the only GC awarded to a woman in peacetime.
1970 – Bahr El-Baqar primary school bombing: Israeli bombers strike an Egyptian school. Forty-six children are killed.
1974 – At Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium, Hank Aaron hits his 715th career home run to surpass Babe Ruth's 39-year-old record.
1975 – Frank Robinson manages the Cleveland Indians in his first game as major league baseball's first African American manager.
1987 – Los Angeles Dodgers executive Al Campanis resigns amid controversy over racially charged remarks he had made while on Nightline.
1992 – Retired tennis great Arthur Ashe announces that he has AIDS, acquired from blood transfusions during one of his two heart surgeries.
1993 – The Republic of Macedonia joins the United Nations.
1999 – Haryana Gana Parishad, a political party in the Indian state of Haryana, merges with the Indian National Congress.
2004 – War in Darfur: The Humanitarian Ceasefire Agreement is signed by the Sudanese government and two rebel groups.
2005 – Over four million people attend the funeral of Pope John Paul II.
2006 – Shedden massacre: The bodies of eight men, all shot to death, are found in a field in Ontario, Canada. The murders are soon linked to the Bandidos Motorcycle Club.
2008 – The construction of the world's first building to integrate wind turbines is completed in Bahrain.
2013 – The Islamic State of Iraq enters the Syrian Civil War and begins by declaring a merger with the Al-Nusra Front under the name Islamic State of Iraq and ash-Sham
> blood relative of Cloverfield
> Tagruato finds Seabed's Nectar at bottom of ocean
> somehow realted to Clover
> Swamp Pop finds Swampland's Nectar in a Louisiana swamp
I think I'm onto something here.
I don't believe she was dead.. I'm sure someone would have noticed a dead chick on a couch in the middle of a party, maybe. But I think she was just crashing from the seabed's nectar.
Found the cofounder on linkedin. His skills are interesting and he has previously worked in film.
Not from the website. i got a few bottles from the market. I liked the ginger ale but that was about it. I've seen a few other anons order it but we have to wait and see when they get it.
I'm kind of in to craft sodas anyway.
For all we know, both parties are just using each other for free marketing. The hastily made ad on their site, the fact that the company has existed since 2012 kinda leads me to that conclusion.
Yeah this is kinda where I'm leaning as well unfortunately but hey we will find out sooner rather than later.
On that note however the ginger ale has like a cucumber taste to it.