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Coal Energy Drink: Who Needs Bull When You Have Fossils? (Video)

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It's 2 p.m. and you're crashing. Last evening's happy hour ended at midnight and you had to get up for the weekly management meeting. Now you need a serious boost. 

Heading over to the convenience store gives you an even bigger headache -- so many energy drinks to choose from. Do any really work? Then you spot a new can and think "If it's good enough to power refineries, it's good enough for me." You've just discovered new Coal Energy Drink... or at least the REAP parody of one. 

Watch how Coal powers up both factories and people here:

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