Skip to comments.Starbucks Unveils Its First LBGT Commercial and it Ainít Pretty
Posted on 11/02/2014 12:01:42 PM PST by Tolerance Sucks Rocks
More and more companies are going gay while at the same time denigrating anybody who has an issue with same-sex, alternate sex, slice and dice sex (transgenderism), and take-your-pick sex.
When it was found out that Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich opposed same-sex marriage, so much pressure was put on him because of his anti-same sex marriage views (he donated to Proposition 8) that he believed that he couldnt do anything but resign. The Gaystapo would have made it unbearable for him and the company for Eich if he had remain as CEO.
There is a long trail of persecution from the same-sex community for anybody who disagrees with the LGBT agenda.
At the same time, there is an increasing mainstreaming of LGBT views. We saw it with J. C. Penney, General Mills, and recently with Apple.
Now its Starbucks.
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guess they don’t want my business.
cause they won’t be getting it
All I see is crap. I’ll take Folgers.
I always thought “Starbucks” sounded like a name for a gay bar. “Say Bruce, where are we dancing tonight?” “Why at Starbucks! Parking in the rear! Wooo hoo!”
Overpriced, froo-froo burnt coffee dished out by loser hipsters? Nope, that's why I have the above little gadget.
I make it a point never to buy from Starbucks.
A new kosher dairy coffee place opened up 1/2 block away from a Starbucks. Plenty of outlets (while Starbucks gets greedy and opens new stores with few or none), cheaper prices, and better coffee. I don’t think they’re going to be running any pro-gay marriage ads either. Or playing homosexual music.
Does Dunkin Donuts become the unofficial coffee of FR? Works for me BTW, I can’t stand that bitter fru-fru liquid called Starbucks, yuk....
So I have to ask...what is your gadget? I have used many different types of coffee makers looking for the perfect cup, but have never seen that!
Hilarious! Love how they reconfirm the stereotypes.
My French Press by Cafejo.
Sounds about right.
They can quadruple the seating capacity by turning the barstools upside down.
Be sure to decline the offer, though, should someone say he’d like to push your stool in.
I prefer Circle K myself when I get coffee out.
My coworkers who went to Starbucks (once) said it tasted like burned you-know-what.
After that they swore allegiance to the joe served at Dunkin’ Donuts.
BTW, Ruth’s Chris serves coffee using a French press for each cup.
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