Muslims vs Starbucks

Re: Muslims vs Starbucks

by beaglehound » Fri Jul 07, 2017 10:55 am

oo DAWG oo wrote:
beaglehound wrote:
oo DAWG oo wrote:I'm boycotting starbucks too ...Along with Tim Hortons

LONG LIVE DUNKIN DONUTS !!!


Boycott Tim Hortons???

In your dreams!

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By all means enjoy your crappy service and unstirred coffee ...
Mine is a personal boycott


Unstirred coffee? Ever tried using a stir stick? :roll:
Crappy service? We told them you were coming. :wink:
Yours is a personal boycott? More chances for the rest of us to win the car on roll up the rim. :rockin:

You'll have to excuse me now Dawg, I'm on my way to get a box of 40 sourdough Timbits. :wink:
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Re: Muslims vs Starbucks

by ro1313 » Fri Jul 07, 2017 4:25 pm

RedandWhite wrote:
argonaut11xx wrote:It will be an interesting test of religious freedoms in the USA


...not sure what is being tested, a faction of the muslim community is exercising their right to boycott a business, that's not really a test of religious freedom, no one is going to make them go..

...and I would imagine a huge number of starbucks customers who are also muslim will still be lining up for their double-poof-puff-latte tomorrow morning...




You guys do realise that this boycott is in Malaysia Not the U.S.
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Re: Muslims vs Starbucks

by RedandWhite » Fri Jul 07, 2017 4:32 pm

... I don't realize much at the best of times
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Re: Muslims vs Starbucks

by argonaut11xx » Fri Jul 07, 2017 5:13 pm

ro1313 wrote:
RedandWhite wrote:
argonaut11xx wrote:It will be an interesting test of religious freedoms in the USA


...not sure what is being tested, a faction of the muslim community is exercising their right to boycott a business, that's not really a test of religious freedom, no one is going to make them go..

...and I would imagine a huge number of starbucks customers who are also muslim will still be lining up for their double-poof-puff-latte tomorrow morning...




You guys do realise that this boycott is in Malaysia Not the U.S.


Did you READ my post?

DUH

I said in the USA, its a Supreme court challenge.

WOW...
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Re: Muslims vs Starbucks

by ro1313 » Fri Jul 07, 2017 5:34 pm

argonaut11xx wrote:
Did you READ my post?

DUH

I said in the USA, its a Supreme court challenge.

WOW...


Yeah the baker case is in the Supreme Court


This link is a article to what is happening in Malaysia

The words being chosen by many here

Looks like a Muslim group

So, I can't speak for all liberals, but I would suspect they support the right for these Muslim groups

a faction of the muslim community is exercising their right to boycott a business


that's not really a test of religious freedom



Make it sound like people think it is happening here
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Re: Muslims vs Starbucks

by beaglehound » Sat Jul 08, 2017 1:34 am

RedandWhite wrote:... I don't realize much at the best of times


*rotfl*

Gosh you come out with good one liners RW :D
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Re: Muslims vs Starbucks

by oo DAWG oo » Sat Jul 08, 2017 6:06 am

beaglehound wrote:
Unstirred coffee? Ever tried using a stir stick? :roll:
Crappy service? We told them you were coming. :wink:
Yours is a personal boycott? More chances for the rest of us to win the car on roll up the rim. :rockin:

You'll have to excuse me now Dawg, I'm on my way to get a box of 40 sourdough Timbits. :wink:

I don't know about you but I don't drive around with spoons and stir sticks in my cars or trucks so at the drive thu... STIR MY COFFEE

Luckily there is no Tim Hortons anywhere near me so by all means you go win your car but more than likely a free donut or muffin maybe a coffee

Oh and Krispy Kreme makes better doughnuts :P
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Re: Muslims vs Starbucks

by beaglehound » Sat Jul 08, 2017 7:28 pm

Dawg writes: "Oh and Krispy Kreme makes better doughnuts"

:thup:

Not sure I could put up much of an argument.
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Re: Muslims vs Starbucks

by canadianfootballfan » Sat Jul 08, 2017 7:38 pm

beaglehound wrote:Dawg writes: "Oh and Krispy Kreme makes better doughnuts"

:thup:

Not sure I could put up much of an argument.


I'll take a Timmy's old fashioned glazed over a KK any day.
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Re: Muslims vs Starbucks

by oo DAWG oo » Sat Jul 08, 2017 9:55 pm

canadianfootballfan wrote:
beaglehound wrote:Dawg writes: "Oh and Krispy Kreme makes better doughnuts"

:thup:

Not sure I could put up much of an argument.


I'll take a Timmy's old fashioned glazed over a KK any day.

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Re: Muslims vs Starbucks

by Liquor Kitty » Mon Jul 10, 2017 6:36 am

West wrote:Looks like a Muslim group is boycotting Starbucks because of Starbucks pro LGBTQ stance. This should be a good one. I've got my popcorn ready.

Who do the liberals support?

https://www.google.ca/amp/mobile.reuter ... SKBN19R0NM


Who cares ... they are an American (your idols) company.
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