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  1. #13

    Re: So, it was the flag

    Minority opinion is treated as majority somehow. Because 7 people on Twitter get offended companies change their entire message or back track. One reason why I love/respect Jimmy's and chick Fila is because they stand by their beliefs. Fuck... I've never even ate at Jimmy's
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  2. #14

    Re: So, it was the flag

    Quote Originally Posted by usmccharles View Post
    Minority opinion is treated as majority somehow. Because 7 people on Twitter get offended companies change their entire message or back track. One reason why I love/respect Jimmy's and chick Fila is because they stand by their beliefs. Fuck... I've never even ate at Jimmy's





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    Re: So, it was the flag

    Quote Originally Posted by CarrollCoRaven View Post
    I bet you are not surprised the police were told to stand down during the Antifa attack in Portland on that reporter after being out there a few years ago?
    Nope.

    Oregon is a dumpster fire. Same with California and Washington.

    It’s a shame because they’re beautiful states.


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  4. #16

    Re: So, it was the flag

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    Nope.

    Oregon is a dumpster fire. Same with California and Washington.

    It’s a shame because they’re beautiful states.


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    Yep, I've been to all 3 many years ago, before they became liberal shitholes.





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    Re: So, it was the flag

    Wonder where all the people who said it wasn’t about the flag are now.

    Nike blows anyway





  6. #18

    Re: So, it was the flag

    Quote Originally Posted by NCRAVEN View Post
    Wonder where all the people who said it wasn’t about the flag are now.

    Nike blows anyway
    Sadly I'm a Nike fan because of mj
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    Re: So, it was the flag

    Quote Originally Posted by WrongBaldy View Post
    so funny to see all the snowflakes on fb boycotting Nike LOL morons
    Funny to me are the people saying they're boycotting... but I thought they already boycotted the first time?

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    Re: So, it was the flag

    Quote Originally Posted by I Touchdown There View Post
    Funny to me are the people saying they're boycotting... but I thought they already boycotted the first time?

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    Are you referring people you know who’ve said this before?





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    Re: So, it was the flag

    I can honestly say I haven’t owned a pair of Nike’s since I was in high school. Not due to any political thing...I just don’t find their shoes very comfortable.


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    Re: So, it was the flag

    Quote Originally Posted by NCRAVEN View Post
    Are you referring people you know who’ve said this before?
    Ok you got me I don't know anyone offhand who boycotted either time. Just from chatter I've seen on Twitter. But hey, that's what's great about America. Boycott/support whatever business you want

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  11. #23

    Re: So, it was the flag

    Quote Originally Posted by I Touchdown There View Post
    Funny to me are the people saying they're boycotting... but I thought they already boycotted the first time?

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    I bought a pair of Skechers even though I was more than happy with the Nike I had been wearing. It was solely (pun intended) due to Nike's support of CK.

    The blessing and curse of capitalism is that you don't have to care about who makes the product. You only have to care about the value. The curse: it can lead to a kind of alienation. The blessing: it can lead to cooperation between people who might not otherwise have cooperated.

    I hate that Nike put me in a position to inject my politics into their product. What's next: Pepsi for Democrats, Coke for Republicans; Duracell for Democrats, Energizer for Republicans; Burger King for Democrats, McDonald's for Republicans?

    Obey the law. Make a great product. Maximize shareholder value. Give the shareholders more money to support their own politics rather than coerce them into a mismatched alignment with the company's favored politics.





  12. #24

    Re: So, it was the flag

    Of course it was about the flag; it was about America.

    You don't protest a symbol of the whole if your problem is with a part. You protest the part. You show up at the police station, at district attorney's office, at the courthouse, at the prison, at the parole hearing. You don't show up at a football game while the bombs are bursting in mid air.

    At the worst, he hates America.
    At the best, he leveraged a moment of broad-based goodwill and unity to generate publicity for his own special interest.





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