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Mike was addicted to Coca Cola and didn't even know it until the went through withdrawal. When his mother quit buying Coke to save his teeth, he suffered from two weeks of migraines. (vimeo link) That was a long time ago, and he still can't drink caffeine. He finally made a cartoon about it. You can read more about the video here. -Thanks, Nick!
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