This is a discussion on Starbucks Allows Open Carry, Brady Campaign Whines within the The Second Amendment & Gun Legislation Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by Jumper2501 Good thing I'm a Dunkin Donuts coffee kind of guy. Are you sure you are reading their position correctly on this????...
I always assumed Starbuck's patronage consisted of long haired intellectuals with Macbook laptops sipping coffees with confusing "exotic" sounding names while writing theater that will never get published. Possibly a fedora or Castro hat. Guess I was wrong or they'll be losing a few customers, and gaining a few by the reactions I've read.
"If it ain't a mess, it'll do till the mess gets here."
-Sheriff Bell, No Country for Old Men
Let's just ban coffee. It's making the Brady Bunch waaaaay to jumpy.
How many millions of gun owners, vs how many in the Brady Bunch ? Economics.
But, good for Starbucks, I will pass the word.
- Did not know that there are only 180,000 people that belong to the Brady Bunch. Sounds like there are fewer viral Hoplophobiacs out there than we thought.
- Their unsweeted iced teas are pretty good. As a Type 2 Diabetic, I drink them while in airports.
- Their pasteries are good, but pricey. Calorie laden.
- A thank you on their web site is in order for all of us who pack http://www.starbucks.com/customer/co...rms.asp?nav=3e.
- As to the Brady Bunch continuing to exist, should we start a pool to guess how long they will exist, after McDonald v Chicago and Palmer v DC are decided? This PR stunt, like their body count of CCW shooters, is part of their final attempt to stay in the public eye and remaining relevant. Fighting the "gun show" loophole and being against concealed carry in general (and on campus in particular) are not winners for them either.
- BHO turned out to be a bust for them too. An F- for somebody that they expected to sign a permanent AWB ban the week after the guy took office must be a real downer. They must be guzzling the Koolaid by the magnum.
Last edited by GHFLRLTD; February 13th, 2010 at 09:56 PM. Reason: Add url for thank you note.
George H. Foster
I typically avoid Starbucks, don't like their coffee and I prefer smaller coffee shops that still do it right. But I do appreciate their snubbing the Brady Bunch, even if they specify unloaded guns. It is better than them following the BB.
"Don't hit a man if you can possibly avoid it; but if you do hit him, put him to sleep." - Theodore Roosevelt
If you are not willing to stand behind our Troops, feel free to stand in front of them!
I'm not really a fan of Starbucks at all... But I love them for standing up for what's right against the insane, extremist, anti-American Brady's who wish to push their irrational hoplophobic opinions fear mongering against our Constitutionally guaranteed rights.
Eat Crap Brady's, Crap with a touch of coffee grinds tossed on top.
Last edited by RXtion; February 14th, 2010 at 12:43 AM.
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Walther PPS .40 / KelTec P3AT
Not to mention that their own purchasing practices called C.A.F.E. practices does even MORE than fair trade. They actually require economic transperancy to each employee. Unlike Fair Trade which only requires that you pay the amount when you purchase which doesn't guarantee that everybody will be actually getting the money.
Protection is a responsibility not just a right.
Abort the Obamanation not the Constitution
Those who would, deny, require permit, license, certification, or authorization for me to bear arms are as vile, dangerous & evil as those who would molest, abuse, assault, rape or murder my family
Verified: In this case - Open Carry by ordinary citizen's prevented robbery of a Waffle House - Read Article:
Open carry deters armed robbery in Kennesaw
For God, Family and Country!
Starbucks did the right thing; they can count with my business.
"The Second Amendment: America's Original Homeland Security"
I like they are cleaning up their image. I stopped buying Starbuck's coffee altogether after receiving a disturbing email a couple years ago from their headquarters to a soldier in Iraq. I don't recall specifics but Starbucks refused to participate in any coffee donations to our servicemen overseas in Iraq. They evidently did not support any war efforts and wanted no involvement. I don't know if that was a bogus email but I sure "dropped it like it was hot!" Haven't drank the stuff in 2 years I think. I am glad they are coming around.