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Thank Starbucks for standing up for gay rights


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Andoran

Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Charter Superscriber

/signed


Shadowborn wrote:
Ringtail wrote:
Shadowborn wrote:
Ringtail wrote:
Shadowborn wrote:
...Plus, no one asks you if you're packing heat or what your sexual orientation is.
Then why even bother going!?
Um...coffee?
It's not coffee; it's espresso.

es·pres·so

   [e-spres-oh]
noun, plural -sos.
1.
a strong coffee prepared by forcing live steam under pressure, or boiling water, through ground dark-roast coffee beans.
2.
a cup of this coffee.

Check and mate, sir.

Adjective applied. Espresso is a type of coffee. And it is all semantics.


Grand Moff Vixen wrote:
Espresso is a type of coffee.

Impossible. Espresso is an entirely separate food group.

Qadira

Grand Moff Vixen wrote:
Shadowborn wrote:
Ringtail wrote:
Shadowborn wrote:
Ringtail wrote:
Shadowborn wrote:
...Plus, no one asks you if you're packing heat or what your sexual orientation is.
Then why even bother going!?
Um...coffee?
It's not coffee; it's espresso.

es·pres·so

   [e-spres-oh]
noun, plural -sos.
1.
a strong coffee prepared by forcing live steam under pressure, or boiling water, through ground dark-roast coffee beans.
2.
a cup of this coffee.

Check and mate, sir.

Adjective applied. Espresso is a type of coffee. And it is all semantics.

:P Thpppppppptthtttt!

Check and mate, madame.

Qadira

Kirth Gersen wrote:
Grand Moff Vixen wrote:
Espresso is a type of coffee.
Impossible. Espresso is an entirely separate food group.

Yes, the coffee group. Recommended servings: as many as you can take. (i.e. If your hand is too shaky to get the cup to your lips, then you're done.)


Crimson Jester wrote:
Is it OK that I just don't care for coffee?

No.

I will not tolerate your lack of acceptance of coffee - of either a homosexual or heterosexual variety. Your blatant intolerance of an Arabica bean life-choice makes you a clear caffeinophobe. And we all know that beans are 'born that way'. I believe in everyone's right to hold whatever opinion they wish... but your anti-coffee stance is antithetical to my pro-coffee, pro-everything (save anti-coffee) stance and you must be crushed... preferably with a 50lb bag of Jamaican Blue Mountain.

Taldor

Even though I applaud SB's, I do not go there as I do not drink Coffee. Even IF I did drink coffee I'd go to a local business instead. One that is just so happens named Haunted GAME Cafe' They have PF games and many other games. I get some of my PF stuff there, and other things for gaming.

I love their Italian Ice drinks Raspberry and blueberry mix


Darkwing Duck wrote:

Regardless of how you feel about Starbucks coffee. Companies like Starbucks (or has recently happened, JCPenney) who stand up for oppressed minorities against large hate monger organizations should be encouraged to do so. That's why I'd like you to sign this 'Thank You'. It has nothing to do with whether you like their coffee and everything to do with whether you like it when companies act morally. Perhaps when Starbucks sees the large show of support on one moral act, they will be encouraged to act morally in other areas where you take issue with their operations. After all, companies like to see good will increase. Its good for business.

While one does not need to be a Christian to be moral, I'm encouraged by the fact that Starbucks is acting in a Christian manner here by defending the weak.

Perhaps for the first time ever you and I were in complete agreement. ...

Right up until you called gay people "weak." lol. I know that's not what you meant, I just thought the word usage was amusing.

I appreciate the sentiment and I (mostly) agree. ;-)


Crimson Jester wrote:
Is it OK that I just don't care for coffee?

BLASPHEMY!!!!

*Points the angry finger of judgement at crimson jester*

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