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The Dr. Pepper free soda conspiracy

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Guns N’ Roses finally released Chinese Democracy. You knowwhat that means: free soda!

I was all jazzed to get my free Dr. Pepper (the offer lastsuntil 6 p.m.ET today), but the officialsite is having ”technical problems” at the moment and not letting me sign up to get thecoupon. There’s a toll-free number to call (1-888-DRPEPPER), but picking up thephone and dialing is where I draw the line for a free 20 oz Diet Dr. Pepper(even if it does taste just like regular Dr. Pepper!). Conspiracy, anyone?

Did any of you PopWatchers sign up for the free soda? Is the site working for you? How far would you go for free stuff?