Your counterargument was "it depends" and then you linked to an article that says, effectively, glass isn't NECESSARILY the winner.
If the idea I'm putting forth is "it depends" and I linked to an article that talks about the variables between aluminum and glass, then the article supports the idea I'm putting forth.
we're discussing a company that insists on buying its beer cans from Japan.
Never in my original comment or any follow up comment did I talk about specific companies. I'm just comparing glass to aluminum and the pros and cons of each, in this instance, recycling, shipping, consuming, etc., and looking at general ideas.
I feel like you and I are using the same words, but we're having two different conversations. Why we're having two different conversations, I do not know and I don't really have any desire to analyze why. That said, we both shared ideas, hopefully we both got something out of it, so lets call it a night before this conversation devolves into fruitless quibbling.
Thank you again though, because like I said, you got the noodle cooking.