Yet one more good reason not to spend money there.
I would take them up on their suggestion except I have no stock. I would boycott them but there are none around here.
Even if they were in this area they are too high for me.
I guess the only thing I can do is to suggest to anyone I know who might have stock, to sell it and not go anywhere near their business.
I stopped going there. Let’s put them out of business.
So, when do they come out in support of plural marriage, consanguineous marriage, or inter species marriage in the name of “equality?”
Their coffee tastes like sour ass. How appropriate.
My two reasons for not drinking Starbucks have been that it tastes like a burnt tire and is overpriced. Now I have 3 reasons not to drink it!
I hope Starbucks’ preference for misfits works out like J.C. Penneys’ did last fall; but even more so!
Their coffee tastes like crap. Now I have more reasons to never go there.
makes good asphault remover.
Tried Starbucks one time, never made it out of the parking lot before I tossed it.
couple weeks later, saw the patching crew working in that area.
Just go to starbucks and order 5 coffees. Politely learn of their buttfudge procreation and leave.
Hot battery acid in a cup.
He’d better start selling his stock.
You know, they have good pastries, good espresso and cappuccino
Why do they have to do this?
I watched the special on Johnny Carson recently. It was way too intrusive on his personal life, but the point is, they all said, at the end, he never NEVER revealed his political leanings.
They said, and I know, he made fun of people equally and they said no one ever even knew who he voted for.
They said, why would he want to and why would anyone want to alienate half their audience?
I guess Starbucks and all the Hollywooders think everyone will eventually give in.
Liberalism has given us destruction of marriage and family, Debt of the kind that goes in a science fiction novel, hideous education, gender confusion, rampant pornography and at least 55 million innocent people murdered through abortion, among other things.
Like the threats against the Constitution.
No Starbucks around here. We did have one near the office in NYC, but I only tried it a couple of times. Expensive, and not very good.
They do carry Starbucks coffee in our local markets, but we can buy much better coffee for less money.
So, now I have yet another reason not to touch their stuff, but I can’t stop buying what I haven’t touched for years.
At one point they included pro-homosexual slogans on their coffee cups.
And what do you expect from a company in perhaps THE most pagan city in this country?
(By that I mean Washington state has LONG had the highest dechurched rates of ANY state; and Seattle is probably the top dechurched city in Washington state)
I've been boycotting Starbucks for a long time
Well I support Dunkin Donuts and their coffee is pretty darn good to me so Starbutts can go stuff it. I’ll go burn my own coffee beans if I get the hankering..
Why are gun owners such big fans of Starbucks? The coffee giant is pretty tolerant about gun owners, and its open-carry policy allows customers with firearms to enter its stores like any other customer. As long as youre abiding by local laws, your right to bear arms and your right to a skinny cinnamon dolce latte (no whip, no foam) are guaranteed.
It causes fear and intimidation among the public, Brian Malte of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, which participated in the boycott, told NBC Washington. We dont think Starbucks customers or the public in general should have to deal with people who are obviously not uniformed police officers carrying loaded, open-carry guns in public.
Get the picture?
Not surprising, I never drank Starbucks, its not that good tasting and its a ripoff.
Its for those yuppie fools who want the status of the name.
Ironically McDonalds coffee has had the best tasting coffee or those type of outlets for a fraction of the price,
it would do the shareholders a whole lot more good if Star*ucks would improve the quality of their coffee (add some flavor, maybe?)
and avoid spending corporate resources on unrelated (and very controversial, for that matter) social issues
perhaps instead of some shareholders selling out, they might make out a lot lot better if they sued for “waste of corporate resources,” etc.