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Re: 200 businesses support gun control [Re: antelope_sniper] #15826398 02/23/21
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Originally Posted by antelope_sniper
About the only surprise on that list was Autozone.

Costco's on it for all you Costco fans.


Costco is just great!

They import "prime" beef and sell it to people who don't know any better.

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Re: 200 businesses support gun control [Re: dave7mm] #15826475 02/23/21
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I support gun control....so tight one can hit the X from 1200 yards!!


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Re: 200 businesses support gun control [Re: dave7mm] #15826492 02/23/21
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Well I know some I won't support in the future. I still boycott Gillette because of their support of an AWB 30 years ago.

Someone should state a web site with an up to date list of such firms together with a list, in each case, of a competitor.


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Re: 200 businesses support gun control [Re: CashisKing] #15826509 02/23/21
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Duck and Old_Kook in the same thread...

It's like a dream come true!


And your dumbf’k ass presence completes the trifecta.

Still nursing that sore pussy, goy Boy?
Heh.


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Re: 200 businesses support gun control [Re: IndyCA35] #15826558 02/23/21
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Originally Posted by IndyCA35
Well I know some I won't support in the future. I still boycott Gillette because of their support of an AWB 30 years ago.

Someone should state a web site with an up to date list of such firms together with a list, in each case, of a competitor.



https://concealednation.org/2019/12/updated-list-of-pro-gun-and-anti-gun-stores/


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Re: 200 businesses support gun control [Re: IndyCA35] #15826565 02/23/21
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GRADE F

CHICK-FIL-A 45 F
DUNKIN 45 F
MCDONALDS 35 F
7/11 20 F
ACE HARDWARE 20 F
APPLEBEE’S 20 F
BARNES & NOBLE 20 F
DOLLAR TREE 20 F
OLD CHICAGO PIZZA 20 F
RAINBOW SHOPS 20 F
HOT TOPIC 20 F
JOS. A. BANK 20 F
KOHL’S 20 F
NIKE 10 F
LOWE’S 0 F
HOME DEPOT 0 F

F is a good thing

I agree its hard to avoid the dipchits.
its a process.
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Re: 200 businesses support gun control [Re: dave7mm] #15826609 02/23/21
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Thanks for posting this list.I had not seen it yet.


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Re: 200 businesses support gun control [Re: dave7mm] #15826671 02/23/21
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I guess I am doing pretty good. Most of the businesses on that list I have never heard of. Autozone is the only one I do business with from that list. Luckily we have 2 other parts stores in town,so I can cut the cord with Auto zone.


Just because you're offended doesn't mean your right.
Re: 200 businesses support gun control [Re: dave7mm] #15826719 02/23/21
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I have a sincere question: why would it matter if a company supports or doesn't support some specific right? If they are not in a position to infringe on that right, what does it matter? What if Costco says you shouldn't have any absolute right against self-incrimination? What if Auto Zone releases a statement claiming you shouldn't be able to worship the god of your choosing? Hell, most Christians say you shouldn't be able to worship the god of your choosing, if it isn't their specific god, and in their specific terms.

So, why does it matter? Do these corporations really have the power to affect your rights? Do you think your rights boil down to elections and campaign contributions and lobbying groups? I would say to you that if you do believe that, you already have no rights.


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Re: 200 businesses support gun control [Re: HuntnShoot] #15826753 02/23/21
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Originally Posted by HuntnShoot
I have a sincere question: why would it matter if a company supports or doesn't support some specific right? If they are not in a position to infringe on that right, what does it matter? What if Costco says you shouldn't have any absolute right against self-incrimination? What if Auto Zone releases a statement claiming you shouldn't be able to worship the god of your choosing? Hell, most Christians say you shouldn't be able to worship the god of your choosing, if it isn't their specific god, and in their specific terms.

So, why does it matter? Do these corporations really have the power to affect your rights? Do you think your rights boil down to elections and campaign contributions and lobbying groups? I would say to you that if you do believe that, you already have no rights.



You sound confussed.


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Re: 200 businesses support gun control [Re: dave7mm] #15826772 02/23/21
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I vote at the polls and with my wallet. Levi’s, Comcast, Nike, Dicks Sporting Goods, Gillette are a few companies among others that I avoid 100% of the time. I can’t avoid all of them and can’t devote my life to researching conglomerates and all political stances but the obvious in your face ones do not get my dollars.

Re: 200 businesses support gun control [Re: antelope_sniper] #15826968 02/23/21
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Originally Posted by antelope_sniper
About the only surprise on that list was Autozone.

Costco's on it for all you Costco fans.


Surprised Target wasn't on there.
The only absolute that would be reall hard to avoid is Microsoft. I've never heard of 3/4 of those companies.


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Re: 200 businesses support gun control [Re: HuntnShoot] #15827029 02/23/21
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Originally Posted by HuntnShoot
I have a sincere question: why would it matter if a company supports or doesn't support some specific right? If they are not in a position to infringe on that right, what does it matter? What if Costco says you shouldn't have any absolute right against self-incrimination? What if Auto Zone releases a statement claiming you shouldn't be able to worship the god of your choosing? Hell, most Christians say you shouldn't be able to worship the god of your choosing, if it isn't their specific god, and in their specific terms.

So, why does it matter? Do these corporations really have the power to affect your rights? Do you think your rights boil down to elections and campaign contributions and lobbying groups? I would say to you that if you do believe that, you already have no rights.
Do you understand election contributions? Do you understand the federal agency system?


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Re: 200 businesses support gun control [Re: dave7mm] #15827203 02/23/21
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Re: 200 businesses support gun control [Re: Jim_Conrad] #15827265 02/23/21
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Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
Originally Posted by antelope_sniper
About the only surprise on that list was Autozone.

Costco's on it for all you Costco fans.


Costco is just great!

They import "prime" beef and sell it to people who don't know any better.




They know enough to know that it’s good stuff.

I think that they also sell that stringy, tough, certified, pure grass fed scchitt too for them that want it.


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Re: 200 businesses support gun control [Re: dave7mm] #15827351 02/23/21
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Originally Posted by dave7mm
GRADE F

CHICK-FIL-A 45 F
DUNKIN 45 F
MCDONALDS 35 F
7/11 20 F
ACE HARDWARE 20 F
APPLEBEE’S 20 F
BARNES & NOBLE 20 F
DOLLAR TREE 20 F
OLD CHICAGO PIZZA 20 F
RAINBOW SHOPS 20 F
HOT TOPIC 20 F
JOS. A. BANK 20 F
KOHL’S 20 F
NIKE 10 F
LOWE’S 0 F
HOME DEPOT 0 F

F is a good thing

I agree its hard to avoid the dipchits.
its a process.
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Surprised My Pillow isn't on that list.

Re: 200 businesses support gun control [Re: dave7mm] #15827377 02/23/21
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A bunch of arm crossed harrumphs isn’t gonna change a thing. I’d be willing to bet that being “anti” is better for business than being “pro”

Ever see a bunch of gun guys in the parking lot of Burger King demanding they support the 2A?

“Support the 2A or we’ll burn this mother down!!”

Low life libtards don’t have anything better to do than whine and protest. People with nothing to lose throw the first bricks.

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Never heard of most of them!

Re: 200 businesses support gun control [Re: Jim1611] #15829451 02/24/21
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Originally Posted by Jim1611
Thanks for posting the list and article. I saw that paypal was among them. I terminated my account with them yesterday.





Their policies suck. I'm going to stop accepting them for payment.


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Re: 200 businesses support gun control [Re: dave7mm] #15829572 02/24/21
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When do they insist we are supposed to sew a yellow gun on our clothes?

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