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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”, in alt.dumpster, Usenet[1], message-ID <3502oi$oo6$>:
    We had just seen *Soylent Green* and my brother told me SPAM meant

  • 1996 July 22, Chaos, “Re: You MONSTERS!”, in alt.devilbunnies, Usenet[2], message-ID <>:
    It's SPAM, not soylent green, people! That's right, it's soylent pink.
  • 1996 July 30, Miss Sakamoto, “Soylent Pink..”, in alt.slack, Usenet[3], message-ID <4tln5j$>:
    Future nourishment
    after all plant life is gone,
    "Pass the Soylent Pink."
  • 1997 February 4, Dingley, Andy, “Re: The lovely "MORBID" posts, a tracing...”, in uk.people.gothic, Usenet[4], message-ID <>:
    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 pointed at it.
  • 1997 September 11, Curry, George, “Re: Maybe someone wants to play games.”, in, Usenet[5], message-ID <REPOST-17023.48046875.5v9jci$1gf$>: 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"”, in alt.sysadmin.recovery, Usenet[6], message-ID <>:
    Soylent Pink is made from spammers!
  • 2006 February 15, sparky98, “Re: argus aad spam”, in rec.skydiving, Usenet[7], message-ID <>:
    Is Spam actually on the food chain? Perhaps it is actually Soylent Pink.
  • 2011 July 11, Wright, Tim, “Re: Reduced - Spam - $50”, in, Usenet[8], message-ID <>:
    Spam is soylent pink.

pink slimeEdit

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  • 2012 March 5, Knowles, David, “Partners in ‘slime’”, in The Daily[9]:
    "We originally called it soylent pink," Custer told the Daily.
  • 2012 March 5, Del Signore, John, “Government Buying 7 Million Pounds Of "Soylent Pink" To Serve In Schools”, in Gothamist[10]:
    But obviously there's no conflict of interest there, because Soylent Pink isn't really meat, it's []
  • 2012 March 7, Custer, Carl, “Re: question - article hufingtonpost "pink-slime"”, in foodsafe-list[11]:
    In 2002 GZ was sent off to review the product and called it pink slime. When I was interviewed for the NYTimes article, the editors thought Soylent Pink was too obscure for their readers; so pink slime it is.
  • 2012 March 26, Hsu, Tiffany, “Pink slime's' Beef Products Inc.: Hard knock for a good company?”, in Los Angeles Times[12]:
    It's also been referred to as “Soylent Pink” in a nod to the classic science fiction film “Soylent Green.”
  • 2012 March 27, Andrews, James, “Will BPI's Plant Closures Affect America's Ground Beef?”, in Food Safety News[13]:
    Following Monday's announcement by Beef Products Inc. that the company would suspend operations at three of the four facilities that produce lean finely textured beef (LFTB), many wonder what lasting impact major supermarkets and restaurant chains will have as they stop buying the product publicly derided as "pink slime" or "soylent pink."
  • 2012 March 8, Petri, Alexandra, “Beef — er, pink slime — it’s what’s for school lunch. And I’m okay with it.”, in The Washington Post[14]:
    None of the other names for the substance do much for it either. “Soylent Pink” was floated at one point.
  • 2012 April 2, Hsu, Tiffany, “AFA Foods blames 'pink slime' controversy for bankruptcy filing”, in Los Angeles Times[15]:
    The Pennsylvania company is blaming the recent coverage of ammonia-treated boneless lean beef trimmings – variously mocked as “pink slime” or “Soylent Pink” – for its dire financial straits.