A terrible mistake with Starbucks

This is a discussion on A terrible mistake with Starbucks within the Open Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by zeppelin03 This is how you do it. I don't get when people have 600 "friends" and post every detail about their personal ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by zeppelin03 View Post
    This is how you do it.

    I don't get when people have 600 "friends" and post every detail about their personal life. It's great to keep in contact with those you want tothat may be out of reach. Aside from that it doesn't need to be a dumping ground for ones personal information.

    I just ate a ham sandwhich. YUMMY!!
    posted saturday june 19th 1:12 pm.

    This has no need being sent through those interwebs.
    Tell me about your ham sandwich all day long... I ignore FB because everyone wants to post their arguments with their SOs on there. THAT, I could live without.
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    It always males me chuckle when I see libs describe anyone who doesn't think as they do as "Rednecks".

    They claim to be so smart, but if they knew what Redneck really stood for, they wouldn't use that term.
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    Quote Originally Posted by livewire9880 View Post
    Tell me about your ham sandwich all day long... I ignore FB because everyone wants to post their arguments with their SOs on there. THAT, I could live without.
    My husband would skin me alive if I tried that.. besides, I believe that has no place outside of the home and maybe an intimate conversation with someone you trust on advice.. but NOT posted publicly.

    VERY disrespectful to your spouse or SO.. especially if you are complaining about them.

    The biggest "SO" debate I ever posted on FB was to get the public's opinion on whether a decoration was a rooster or a hen. JD said it was a hen. I said it was a rooster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by limatunes View Post
    My husband would skin me alive if I tried that.. besides, I believe that has no place outside of the home and maybe an intimate conversation with someone you trust on advice.. but NOT posted publicly.

    VERY disrespectful to your spouse or SO.. especially if you are complaining about them.

    The biggest "SO" debate I ever posted on FB was to get the public's opinion on whether a decoration was a rooster or a hen. JD said it was a hen. I said it was a rooster.
    You and I are on the same page... but it appears that all of these 'kids' on FB (some of them older than I), don't think that way any more. It's unfortunate.
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    One of the comments on a news forum I visit frequently in a thread about Starbucks and their Gay marriage support:

    I encourage individuals who support Starbucks's advocacy of legal recognition of same-sex unions to patronize Starbucks establishments on February 14, 2012, as an unofficial "Starbucks Appreciation Day".
    Drink to that, Brady Bunch

    I love unexpected allies to a cause... hey, maybe we should contact the Pink Pistols gays... I mean, guys
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    Quote Originally Posted by limatunes View Post
    My husband would skin me alive if I tried that.. besides, I believe that has no place outside of the home and maybe an intimate conversation with someone you trust on advice.. but NOT posted publicly.

    VERY disrespectful to your spouse or SO.. especially if you are complaining about them.

    The biggest "SO" debate I ever posted on FB was to get the public's opinion on whether a decoration was a rooster or a hen. JD said it was a hen. I said it was a rooster.
    I still say it's a hen...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JD View Post
    I still say it's a hen...
    Okay... this post is useless without pictures.

    /I lol'd
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    Quote Originally Posted by livewire9880 View Post
    Okay... this post is useless without pictures.

    I lol'd

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    Quote Originally Posted by JD View Post
    Okay... I see the problem. It's got features of both... call it a Tranny Chicken.

    No wonder that one made it to FB... what was the consensus there?
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    Quote Originally Posted by livewire9880 View Post
    Okay... I see the problem. It's got features of both... call it a Tranny Chicken.

    No wonder that one made it to FB... what was the consensus there?
    Much to my dismay (I thought our friends were smarter), rooster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JD View Post
    Much to my dismay (I thought our friends were smarter), rooster.
    Yeah, I almost said rooster as well, that comb and wattle are definitely rooster-ish, but the body is hen-ish. I think it was made by someone who's only experience with chickens came from KFC
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    Quote Originally Posted by multistage View Post
    Well, in light of the upcoming boycott of Starbucks from the anti-gun crowd, I felt it was justifiable to post something on the Starbucks Facebook wall. So I did. I do not mean for this to become a political discussion about a subject that has absolutely no connection to this forum. Hate mail is kind of a new thing for me, though. Evidently, there is another heated topic going on with these guys. It concerns a type of marriage, and that's as far as I will go with it. After I posted my Attaboy to Starbuck's wall, I was asked if I support this other subject that seems to be going on. I simply replied "No." Oh man. That was unwise. At my age, a guy ought to know better. Have been accused of being a redneck Klan member who wants to can't wait to "off" somebody, most likely the folks who took the most offense to my lack of support for their cause. Other accusations abound, but obscenity rules prevent me from listing them here.

    Funny thing. I thought that a conservative Republican such as myself was supposed to be the intolerant one (stereotypically), while those of a more, shall we say, "liberal" viewpoint, were much more tolerant. I guess not. Well, that's what happens when you voice your opinion, no matter how moderately. I used to get on Facebook maybe once every six months to see how the family was. Now it seems as though alternate means of communication are in order. Man, are they mad at me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JD View Post
    It's a Ren...or a Hooster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by varob View Post
    It always males me chuckle when I see libs describe anyone who doesn't think as they do as "Rednecks".

    They claim to be so smart, but if they knew what Redneck really stood for, they wouldn't use that term.
    Sure they would. The real meaning doesn't matter because they have assigned the word a new definition. Conversely, some people label everyone who doesn't share their views a socialist. Same principle, different side of the aisle.
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    I don't think you made any mistake with Starbucks. You made the mistake of engaging irrational people in rational conversation.
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