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Mountain lions eat deer and moose in most areas where they live, but in the central and western areas they will eat wild horses to.

mountain dew, code red mountain dew, white out mountain dew, coke, diet coke, pepsi, crush, sprite, dr. pepper, and root beer...that's all i can think of

Yes. Diet Mountain Dew has way too much caffeine.

Yep! It also has artificial sweeteners. You can get Caffeine Free Diet Mountain Dew; the can is gold.

Diet Mountain Dew has a sugar substitute while regular Mountain Dew uses high fructose corn syrup.

No pop is good for you, but diet is better because it has zero calories

only diet mountain dew blows up.normal mountain dew glows if you add mountain.

Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Pepsi, Mountain Dew, Dr Pepper, Sprite, Diet Pepsi, Diet Mountain Dew, Diet Dr Pepper, Fanta

The Mountain Goats diet usually consists to about 2 to 4 pounds of greens, such as Leaves, Grass, Flowers, Black-berries,Wheat and Salt. The Mountain Goat is a Vegetarian.

Indeed it is! Just like Diet Coke is still Coke, it just tastes slightly different.

Yes, almost every soda has a diet version

no, mountain dew diet is better. diet does not affect you that much

no mountain dew is not the 3rd best selling pop, diet coke is. 1 is coke 2 is pepsi, and 3 is diet coke no mountain dew is not the 3rd best selling pop, diet coke is. 1 is coke 2 is pepsi, and 3 is diet coke

Mountain Dew has the highest level of caffiene in it so it has potential to be addictive.

No. I"m a mountain dew fan since the heyday of Palisades Park where it was tried on the public as a gimmick with ticket books. ( first 200 customers buying a $2.00 ticket book got a FREE six pack of Mountain dew!) Diet MD, like most diet drinks, has a somewhat bitter aftertaste.

In my opinion, yes. Whenever I drink mountain dew, I am constantly going to the bathroom, especially when I have diet mountain dew.

Diet soda doesn't have sugar. It has sugar substitute like nutrasweet or aspartame.

yes!, unless it says "caffeine free" on the label. Diet refers to sugar content.

Evidentally they have different specific gravities. both are fluids.

No, in Italy we don't have Mountain Dew, but I don't know why they don't sell it here.

The New York Diet is a mix between low carb and no processed foods. You can talk to your doctor or you can order the book about the New York Diet on many book websites, including:

It has a large amount of sugar which is never good

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