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Posted on 08/08/2012 1:37:07 PM PDT by Sir Napsalot
Original title: Meet The Blowtorch-Carrying Gay Marriage Opponent Who Set That General Mills Lawn On Fire
(snip) In the above video, Michael Leisner, 65, can be seen outside the General Mills corporate campus in Golden Valley. He is carrying a box of Honey Nut Cheerios in one hand and a blowtorch in the other.
Leisner announces that he is there to protest the companys advocacy of gay marriage, a reference to the food conglomerates June announcement that it opposes a November ballot initiative banning such nuptials. So we are going to torch some cereal, Leisner says .....
But after Leisner torches the Cheerios box, he somehow allows flames to spread to the lawn in front of a giant General Mills sign. After trying--and failing--to stamp out the flames with his feet, Leisner tells two young companions, Okay, get out of here guys.
Leisners inability to extinguish the fire drew giggles from a girl off camera, who advised the male cameraman, Keep it running, keep it running. As Leisner gathered up a wood stool and a cereal bowl, he said, Quick get in the car. At that point, the trio apparently made their getaway in a silver coupe.
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tears me up I can’t buy Toaster Strudels and more.
Wow, he showed them just like Adam Smith showed Chick-Fil-A! They must be quivering in their boots. I hope after businesses experiences with backing down to these leftists about comments from Limbaugh that they now realize it’s best just ignore these nuts. I seriously doubt there will be a significant, sustained boycott of Cheerios.
Nothing scares a company more than someone buying their product, setting the product on fire and then buying more of the product to on fire.
He's also an idiot.
Well I got that totally wrong!
Dawns on me...I’ve got to stop eating cheerios!
The intolerant Militant Homosexuals will demand that he be charged with arson.
Oh. My. Gosh.
I cannot believe this and thought “It has to be a coincidence.” *sigh* We know him. He used to go to our church, and he tried to get my husband involved in his “street preaching”. After we spent some time with him and his family, we realized that he has a warped sense of Christianity and is very legalistic—all law, very little grace. :^( I am very sad to see this.
Oh, Michael, Michael.... *shaking head*