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Citations:soylent pink

English citations of soylent pink

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  • 1994 September 12, Cockrill, Cassandra, “Re: Spam-Alert*Spam-Alert”, alt.dumpster, Usenet:
    We had just seen *Soylent Green* and my brother told me SPAM meant
    Soylent
    Pink

    And
    Mauve
  • 1996 July 22, Chaos, “Re: You MONSTERS!”, alt.devilbunnies, Usenet:
    It's SPAM, not soylent green, people! That's right, it's soylent pink.
  • 1996 July 30, Miss Sakamoto, “Soylent Pink..”, alt.slack, Usenet:
    Future nourishment
    after all plant life is gone,
    "Pass the Soylent Pink."
  • 1997 February 4, Dingley, Andy, “Re: The lovely "MORBID" posts, a tracing...”, uk.people.gothic, Usenet:
    I take it that everyone has seen the Web "Spam Camera" ? Take a plate of edible things, put some soylent pink and a few other Yankee syntho-foods on there too, then leave a net.camera pointed at it.
  • 1997 September 11, Curry, George, “Re: Maybe someone wants to play games.”, news.admin.net-abuse.email, Usenet:
    onlineprofit.com looks like a spammer paradise, it has Soylent Pink coming out of every page.
  • 2000 May 8, Johnson, Chris, “Re: No, we may not "chat a minute"”, alt.sysadmin.recovery, Usenet:
    Soylent Pink is made from spammers!
  • 2006 February 15, sparky98, “Re: argus aad spam”, rec.skydiving, Usenet:
    Is Spam actually on the food chain? Perhaps it is actually Soylent Pink.
  • 2011 July 11, Wright, Tim, “Re: Reduced - Spam - $50”, dfw.forsale, Usenet:
    Spam is soylent pink.

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