nbcnews:

NFL statement: Result final, Tate should have been flagged
(Photo: Otto Greule Jr / Getty Images)
The NFL has issued its statement on last night’s Packers-Seahawks game, saying that Golden Tate should have been called for pass interference, but the result of the game will not be reversed.
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Wow.  What a mess, hate to win/lose a game like that… Time to settle with the refs, you think?

nbcnews:

NFL statement: Result final, Tate should have been flagged

(Photo: Getty Images)

The NFL has issued its statement on last night’s Packers-Seahawks game, saying that Golden Tate should have been called for pass interference, but the result of the game will not be reversed.

Wow. What a mess, hate to win/lose a game like that… Time to settle with the refs, you think?

unconsumption:

Designer Enrique Luis Sardi of Sardi Innovationhas come up with something clever. The baked cup is lined with a special icing sugar that makes the cup waterproof (for enough time to drink the espresso anyways) and sweetens the coffee at the same time. The designer claims that it has collected “hundreds of Awards in Ecology, Marketing, Business Strategy and Design sectors.”
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On the other hand, espresso is all about speed, you knock it back and go. It is traditionally served in washable cups. So replacing reusable china with a relatively expensive fattening edible cup might not be a step forward.
Michael Coren at Fast Company thinks that edible containers are a bit of a trend. Except that the point of packaging or a cup is to keep your dirty hands separate from the food. I wonder if it is a healthy trend. What do you think?

More: The Edible Cookie Cup: Hit or Miss? (Survey) : TreeHugger

As a consumer, I would be conscious of the ingredients in said cookie cup.  What kind of cheap sugar are we talking about?  Organic sugar?  What other ingredients?  I don’t want to feel like I just drank a shoe that had been stepped on Bazooka bubblegum, you understand - I would prefer to have my espresso doppio clean and pure as eden, but would give this cookie cup a try at least once.  I guess.  Maybe if it had booze in it?

unconsumption:

Designer Enrique Luis Sardi of Sardi Innovationhas come up with something clever. The baked cup is lined with a special icing sugar that makes the cup waterproof (for enough time to drink the espresso anyways) and sweetens the coffee at the same time. The designer claims that it has collected “hundreds of Awards in Ecology, Marketing, Business Strategy and Design sectors.”

On the other hand, espresso is all about speed, you knock it back and go. It is traditionally served in washable cups. So replacing reusable china with a relatively expensive fattening edible cup might not be a step forward.

Michael Coren at Fast Company thinks that edible containers are a bit of a trend. Except that the point of packaging or a cup is to keep your dirty hands separate from the food. I wonder if it is a healthy trend. What do you think?

More: The Edible Cookie Cup: Hit or Miss? (Survey) : TreeHugger

As a consumer, I would be conscious of the ingredients in said cookie cup.  What kind of cheap sugar are we talking about?  Organic sugar?  What other ingredients?  I don’t want to feel like I just drank a shoe that had been stepped on Bazooka bubblegum, you understand - I would prefer to have my espresso doppio clean and pure as eden, but would give this cookie cup a try at least once.  I guess.  Maybe if it had booze in it?