Our use of UPS is, most of the time, discretionary.
Hear that, UPS?
Simple response. Stop using UPS services. BOYCOTT!!!
Didn’t James Hoffa tell the UPS union-thugs to take out Republicans?
Looks like they were busy last week in PA and OH.
Screw you UPS....FedEx RULES!
The growing public acceptance of homosexual behavior is bad enough but discriminating via corporate donations against a fine organization that excludes homosexuals on a moral basis is, in my view, a very bad omen for the future of our nation. Then again, Obama was re-elected so we are definitely living in Bizzaro Land, now.
I emailed UPS and told them how I felt. Probably won’t matter, but it made me feel better.
Done! I will no linger use UPS is ther is any other means available (FedEx, USPS, etc.)
Done! I will no longer use UPS is ther is any other means available (FedEx, USPS, etc.)
Now a days, I’m just glad I’m old.
UPS is dead in this house and so are my neighbors
Long Live the Boy Scouts!
There are some companies that only ship UPS or USPS. Guess those will fail to get our bidness now. The only good thing about UPS was the drivers always gave our dog “puppy treats” when they came to the door.
I stopped giving to the United Way. That was easy.
I can stop using UPS. Even easier.
I will also be boycotting UPS just as I have boycotted Levis for over 20 years.
I presume that UPS then also wishes to end the Girl Scouts’ discrimination against male leaders taking teenaged girls camping?
The queers are out in force, emboldened by the election.
Open gayness in the BSA makes me uncomfortable. Throw the openly gay boys in with a smattering of pedophyle adult leaders and you’ve got a scary mixture.
I’d like to see BSA and organizations like it quit taking money from large givers. BSA is probably already too big, bureaucratic and political. One could ask, if BSA accepts money from UPS, is UPS influencing BSA.
The obvious question that no one so far has raised in these threads is: WTH do the BSA need corporate sponsorship for in the first place? When I was a Scout (1970s, McLean, Va.) I had my own hiking boots, tent, sleeping bag. Little else was needed. Meetings took place at a local church. Trips, e.g. the week of canoeing down the Rappahannock River, didn’t cost much and were paid for by ourselves. Duh! What, can’t the little sh!ts these days do that without corporate sponsorship, being made to feel like they’re Michael Jordan?
I doubt I’d had a better time with an Intel or UPS logo on my boots.
However, today Richie jumped on the Boy Scouts with all four feet when reporting that UPS had dropped their donation to the Scouts because of their stand that their members be 'morally straight' in both the figurative and literally way. He said in effect he was all for not giving an money to an organization that fully supported hate and discrimination of gays.
Guess Richie could also throw most of organized religion as hate organizations like the Boy Scouts--
Now, the other half of RAGE, Greggo, a self-confessed drug addict that brags and makes fun of his continuing hijinks while doped up on Ambien sleep medication. All in good fun, of course.
Well, following on the heels of Richie's blasting the Boy Scouts for their dastardly hate, Greggo goes ballistic on the lack of hate for rivals in the NFL. This brought about by the Chicago Bears' Brian Urlacher shaking hands in apparent congratulations with a Houston Texan player over his interception return of a Jay Cutler pass for a touchdown.
Greggo could just not understand how any NFL player could not show true hate for his opponent and instead show such... such... shall we say "sportsmanship."
If one wonders why the United States is going to hell in a handbag... add sports radio in Dallas, Texas, to the mix--
All I have to say is WTH did Boy Scouting have to do with corporate contributors? I recall my Scout Troop taking care of most of its own finances through a variety of means. We even spent some fraction of our own bucks to make sure that scouts in the troop had tents, then the amount of money to go to the summer camp(s) as well, which by today’s standards, was still cheap in comparison to what plenty of kids spend annually on video games. I guess UPS meant that it wouldn’t offer sponsorship money, but then again, I guess the support from organized religious congregations isn’t what it used to be.
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