Saturday, July 19, 2008

Saturday at the Movies

We're digging through the archives again this week.

Back in 1973, Charleton Heston, Leigh Taylor-Young, and Edward G. Robinson starred in a futuristic flick titled "Soylent Green." The year was 2022, New York had over 40 million people, poverty and famine were rampant, and strawberries cost $150.00/jar.

Soylent Green was the newest nutritional wafer manufactured to feed the masses. What was it advertised to be made of, and what were the colors of the previous two wafers?

Answers on Tuesday!


Anonymous said...

was it advertised to be made of paper? was it white? blue?

and I know what it was reeeeeaaallly made out of.

should I say????


Steph said...

I think it was advertised to be made out of beans. Or was it algae? I don't remember the colors...

but, like Pinky, I know what it was really made of!