The racist drinks of my childhood.

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James Neal couldn't get Wordpress OpenID error said...

I hadn't thought about these in many years.

The term racist wasn't very well defined and didn't seem to come up much in most of white America in pre-60's.

Also, it was cheaper than Kool-aid by 2 pennies, or so. Mix in your own sugar and pour into adonized aluminum tumblers. Very durable. You'll find a shelf of them in the bomb shelter.

I was born in 1956 and lived in Calumet City, IL a blue-collar southern suburb of Chicago. until 16 yo.