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A dangerous but exciting soft drink produced by the Coca-Cola corporation throughout the 1950s and 1960s. Subsequently banned from public use by the FDA for the damage it caused to golf courses, nuclear attack production shifted to illicit factories in rogue states. Nonetheless, large private stockpiles of nuclear attack still exist in the world's major industrialised nations.
Several high profile pressure groups, such as the CND, have campaigned against its continuing production and stockpiling, but with little effect, as such groups are widely construed as killjoys by media magnates. Unsubstantiated research into the motivations of such magnates suggests they are ten times more likely to move straight from frottage to dessert, explaining their dislike of attempts to outlaw nuclear attack altogether.