Research Associate in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Liverpool, working on the Philosophy and Religious Practices Network (http://philosophyreligion.wordpress.com/). My research centres on the relationship between continental philosophy, radical theology and lived religion, and especially between John D. Caputo, Jacques Derrida, Alain Badiou, Slavoj Zizek, and emerging Christianity. Get in touch with me via Twitter @KSMoody and follow the work I'm doing with the Philosophy and Religious Practices Network via @PhilRelPractice
Hi, I’m Bob. I’m the spokesperson for the Coca Cola Company. I’m here today to ask you to continue buying Coke. I’m sure if you drink it, you’ve been drinking it for years, and if you still enjoy it, well, I’d like to remind you to buy it again some time soon. It’s basically just brown sugar water. We haven’t changed the ingredients much lately, so there’s nothing new I can tell you about that. Uh, changed the can around a little bit, though. You can see the colours are different there and we’ve added a polar bear so the kids like us. Coke’s very high in sugar and like any high calorie soda, it can lead to obesity in children and adults who don’t sustain a very healthy diet. And that’s it. It’s Coke. It’s very famous. Everyone knows it. I’m Bob, I work for Coke and I’m asking you to not stop buying coke. <drinks> It’s a bit sweet. Thank you.