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    The tragic fact is that Coke is increasingly not consumed responsibly. It has become a dietary staple for countless millions and is consumed so immoderately that the incidence of obesity and Type II diabetes is off the epidemiological charts. The Coca-Cola Co. is surely not the sole contributor to sugar overdosing, but it is by far the most visible -- and has plenty to answer for.
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    Relying on CRM to repair BofA is like treating melanoma with Clinique. It is as if there were a meeting of top managers who addressed the question "How do we absolutely cement for all time our image as a soulless engine of unreconstructed aloofness and greed?" The answer: To reach out to complainers not with live human beings, but bots.
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