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PostSubject: Make mine black .... or can I still say that?   3/19/2015, 6:26 am

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/03/17/starbucks-race-together-c_n_6884100.html


An internal meeting with Starbucks employees held three months ago stirred a powerful discussion on race in America. It has since prompted the company’s CEO Howard Schultz to officially extended the invitation to join the conversation to customers across the country.
On Monday, the coffee giant launched a new campaign called “Race Together,” which aims to tackle the polarizing topic through a series of steps built to stimulate action and encourage customers to engage in conversations on race with Starbucks baristas.
“[‘Race Together’] is an opportunity to re-examine how we can create a more empathetic and inclusive society -- one conversation at a time,” Schultz said in a statement on the company’s website.
Starbucks has sparked and sustained a growing discussion on race among its employees after Schultz held an internal meeting at the company’s headquarters in Seattle, following the deaths of unarmed black men in Ferguson, Missouri, and Staten Island, New York.
More than 400 employees attended the impromptu meeting in December 2014 and were given an open forum to candidly discuss race among their colleagues and share ideas and solutions on how to address the topic through a collective, company-wide mission.

“This was not about demanding change, but demonstrating a willingness to embrace change and begin to bridge the divide to empathy,” Linda Mills, a Starbucks spokeswoman, told The Huffington Post in an email.
“As these events came to an end, we realized that this is the beginning of a conversation and one we intend to continue as a company into the future.”
As part of the campaign, baristas are encouraged to engage in conversations on race with customers and distribute branded cups with the words “Race Together” handwritten on them.
"If a customer asks you what this is, try to engage in a discussion that we have problems in this country in regards to race and racial inequality,” Schultz said in a video shared by the company this week.
The company has also partnered with USA Today to release a special newspaper supplement on March 20th, which will include “conversation starters” that also urge customers to carry the discussion online using the hashtag #RaceTogether.
According to newspaper, readers will also be asked to fill in a blank in one question: “In the past year, I have been to the home of someone of a different race ___ times.”
Schultz -- who has involved the company in several previous political discussions including a petition urging the end of the federal government shutdown as well as a pledge to hire more veterans, has been vocal on national debates but perhaps none as sensitive as the topic of race.
"The enduring success of Starbucks has been made possible because we as an organization, collectively and individually, have taken our company personal -- who might be different from you but doesn't have the same chance, the same opportunity and for that manner, may feel a sense of helplessness because of the unconscious bias people have towards that person," Schultz said.




I guess anyone stupid enough to pay five bucks for a cup of coffee deserves to be on the receiving end of a lecture on race from some snot-nosed barista.
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PostSubject: Re: Make mine black .... or can I still say that?   3/19/2015, 12:05 pm

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I guess anyone stupid enough to pay five bucks for a cup of coffee deserves to be on the receiving end of a lecture on race from some snot-nosed barista.

Huh?
There you go making up shit, jack.
Please show where it says in the article where Starbucks employees are going to give customers a lecture on race.
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PostSubject: Re: Make mine black .... or can I still say that?   3/19/2015, 12:57 pm

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happy jack wrote:


I guess anyone stupid enough to pay five bucks for a cup of coffee deserves to be on the receiving end of a lecture on race from some snot-nosed barista.

Huh?
There you go making up shit, jack.
Please show where it says in the article where Starbucks employees are going to give customers a lecture on race.



As part of the campaign, baristas are encouraged to engage in conversations on race with customers and distribute branded cups with the words “Race Together” handwritten on them.
"If a customer asks you what this is, try to engage in a discussion that we have problems in this country in regards to race and racial inequality,” Schultz said in a video shared by the company this week.




As far as I’m concerned, a barista, or any service worker, for that matter, is there for one thing and one thing only – to do the job that the customer expects him to do. He or she is not there to pontificate on matters of race or any other societal issues, mainly because he or she does not know shit from Shinola regarding such things.
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PostSubject: Re: Make mine black .... or can I still say that?   3/19/2015, 2:11 pm

happy jack wrote:
edge540 wrote:
happy jack wrote:


I guess anyone stupid enough to pay five bucks for a cup of coffee deserves to be on the receiving end of a lecture on race from some snot-nosed barista.

Huh?
There you go making up shit, jack.
Please show where it says in the article where Starbucks employees are going to give customers a lecture on race.



As part of the campaign, baristas are encouraged to engage in conversations on race with customers and distribute branded cups with the words “Race Together” handwritten on them.
"If a customer asks you what this is, try to engage in a discussion that we have problems in this country in regards to race and racial inequality,” Schultz said in a video shared by the company this week.




As far as I’m concerned, a barista, or any service worker, for that matter, is there for one thing and one thing only – to do the job that the customer expects him to do. He or she is not there to pontificate on matters of race or any other societal issues, mainly because he or she does not know shit from Shinola regarding such things.


So first it was giving customers a "lecture on race", now after getting called on your made up bullshit you shift the goalposts and it's  "pontificate on matters of race or any other societal issues." We get more bullshit. Good one.
Is that because you really have a hard time engaging other people face to face when it comes to race and racial inequality issues?

My goodness, this Starbucks thing sure does have your thong all up in bunch, LOL.
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PostSubject: Re: Make mine black .... or can I still say that?   3/19/2015, 2:54 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Make mine black .... or can I still say that?   3/19/2015, 4:04 pm

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So first it was giving customers a "lecture on race", now after getting called on your made up bullshit you shift the goalposts and it's  "pontificate on matters of race or any other societal issues." We get more bullshit. Good one.
Is that because you really have a hard time engaging other people face to face when it comes to race and racial inequality issues?

My goodness, this Starbucks thing sure does have your thong all up in bunch, LOL.
And just guess who it all leads back to Shocked
Is Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz The White ‘Al Sharpton’ Of Race Relations?
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Because anyone who goes into Starbucks to buy an overpriced latte really believes that the people serving them are in any position to discuss race relations?

And why would anyone who simply wants to purchase a coffee want to deal with this topic at Starbucks?
Notice how our dumb as a box of rocks troll got his remarks straight from that article.
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PostSubject: Re: Make mine black .... or can I still say that?   3/19/2015, 4:08 pm

edge540 wrote:
happy jack wrote:
edge540 wrote:
happy jack wrote:


I guess anyone stupid enough to pay five bucks for a cup of coffee deserves to be on the receiving end of a lecture on race from some snot-nosed barista.

Huh?
There you go making up shit, jack.
Please show where it says in the article where Starbucks employees are going to give customers a lecture on race.



As part of the campaign, baristas are encouraged to engage in conversations on race with customers and distribute branded cups with the words “Race Together” handwritten on them.
"If a customer asks you what this is, try to engage in a discussion that we have problems in this country in regards to race and racial inequality,” Schultz said in a video shared by the company this week.




As far as I’m concerned, a barista, or any service worker, for that matter, is there for one thing and one thing only – to do the job that the customer expects him to do. He or she is not there to pontificate on matters of race or any other societal issues, mainly because he or she does not know shit from Shinola regarding such things.


So first it was giving customers a "lecture on race", now after getting called on your made up bullshit you shift the goalposts and it's  "pontificate on matters of race or any other societal issues." We get more bullshit. Good one.
Is that because you really have a hard time engaging other people face to face when it comes to race and racial inequality issues?

My goodness, this Starbucks thing sure does have your thong all up in bunch, LOL.



When someone whom I probably have never met before starts blabbing his or her unsolicited opinion to me when all I am trying to do is get a cup of coffee, I consider that I am being lectured to.
What if a particular customer doesn't want to "Race Together"?
What if a particular customer is not of the opinion "that we have problems in this country in regards to race and racial inequality"?
What if all a particular customer wants is to get a fucking cup of coffee and get out of there?
This doesn't cause me to "have (my) thong all up in bunch", primarily because I don't patronize Starbuck's, and have no intention of doing so. And I'm not upset over it - I'm merely holding it up to ridicule, as it should be.
If you wish to start forming your opinions based upon what a pimply barista tells you, far be it from me to try and stop you. You'd probably get better advice from one of them than you currently get from the gang at MSNBC, anyway. Plus, you'd probably consider yourself more sophisticated taking advice from someone with a real Eye-talian sounding job title.
So, tell me - do you think this is a good idea, or a bad idea?



And, incidentally, ....



edge540 wrote:
   
So first it was giving customers a "lecture on race", now after getting called on your made up bullshit you shift the goalposts and it's  "pontificate on matters of race or any other societal issues." We get more bullshit. Good one.

http://www.thesaurus.com/browse/pontificate

pontificate

Synonyms for pontificate

verb sermonize
• address
• admonish
• dogmatize
• evangelize
• harangue
lecture
• minister
• moralize
• preach
• teach
• get on a soapbox
• give sermon
• pulpiteer




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PostSubject: Re: Make mine black .... or can I still say that?   3/19/2015, 4:14 pm

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And just guess who it all leads back to Shocked
Is Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz The White ‘Al Sharpton’ Of Race Relations?
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Because anyone who goes into Starbucks to buy an overpriced latte really believes that the people serving them are in any position to discuss race relations?

And why would anyone who simply wants to purchase a coffee want to deal with this topic at Starbucks?
Notice how our dumb as a box of rocks troll got his remarks straight from that article.  



FYI, I never saw that article until now. The remarks you seem to believe I copied from the article should be the first things that come to mind for anyone with a brain.
So, do you take a lot of advice from baristas, Artie?
Do you think this is a good idea, or a bad idea?
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PostSubject: Re: Make mine black .... or can I still say that?   3/19/2015, 8:34 pm

happy jack wrote:
Artie60438 wrote:
   
And just guess who it all leads back to Shocked
Is Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz The White ‘Al Sharpton’ Of Race Relations?
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Because anyone who goes into Starbucks to buy an overpriced latte really believes that the people serving them are in any position to discuss race relations?

And why would anyone who simply wants to purchase a coffee want to deal with this topic at Starbucks?
Notice how our dumb as a box of rocks troll got his remarks straight from that article.  



[b]FYI, I never saw that article until now.
Right Rolling Eyes You just happened to be reading the Huffington Post rather than the wingnut rag Federalist. We believe you troll,surrrreeeee we do. Sleep
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PostSubject: Re: Make mine black .... or can I still say that?   3/20/2015, 4:32 am

Artie60438 wrote:
happy jack wrote:
Artie60438 wrote:
   
And just guess who it all leads back to Shocked
Is Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz The White ‘Al Sharpton’ Of Race Relations?
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Because anyone who goes into Starbucks to buy an overpriced latte really believes that the people serving them are in any position to discuss race relations?

And why would anyone who simply wants to purchase a coffee want to deal with this topic at Starbucks?
Notice how our dumb as a box of rocks troll got his remarks straight from that article.  



FYI, I never saw that article until now.

Right Rolling Eyes You just happened to be reading the Huffington Post rather than the wingnut rag Federalist. We believe you troll,surrrreeeee we do. Sleep [/b]




For those too dense to comprehend the first time:

The remarks you seem to believe I copied from the article should be the first things that come to mind for anyone with a brain.

I didn't need to see an opinion piece on this matter before deciding that it is utterly ridiculous.
So, do you think that it's a good idea or a bad idea?
Do you, personally, put a lot of stock in what your barista says?
Do you generally follow the advice of someone whose main spiel is, "Would you like fries with that?"?
Based on your posts, I would guess that you probably do.
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PostSubject: Re: Make mine black .... or can I still say that?   3/20/2015, 7:51 am

Here ya go, Artie – a brand spankin’ new cause célèbre.
I feel kind of bad for the way that the Ferguson and Zimmerman cases blew up in your face, so I’ll throw you a bone. Better luck this time, and may justice be done.
If you have any questions or comments about this matter, feel free to talk to either me or your barista.


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http://abc7chicago.com/news/uva-student-from-chicago-injured-during-arrest/564344/

University of Virginia student Martese Johnson injured during arrest


By Jessica D'Onofrio and Evelyn Holmes
Thursday, March 19, 2015 06:23PM


CHICAGO (WLS) --

University of Virginia students are calling for justice after Martese Johnson, who graduated from Kenwood Academy in 2012, was injured during an arrest.

There are questions about how police treated the 20-year-old man when he was taken into custody early Wednesday morning.

Video shows the UVA honor student getting slammed into the ground and bloodied during an arrest by alcoholic beverage control agents. It happened during St. Patrick's Day celebrations outside an Irish pub in Charlottesville, Va.

The arresting agency said the uniformed agents approached Johnson after he was refused entry to the licensed establishment. The agent who made the arrest, listed in court records as J. Miller, said in the arrest report that Johnson "was very agitated and belligerent."

Johnson, a third-year UVA student majoring in Italian and Media studies, was charged with obstruction of justice without force and public swearing or intoxication.

A statement from a group calling itself "Concerned Black Students" said Johnson's arrest was unprovoked and extreme. Johnson's lawyer, Daniel P. Watkins, said he needed 10 stitches.

Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe launched an independent investigation into the agents' use of force. The agents involved in the incident were put on administrative duties as the investigation continues.

UVA President Theresa Sullivan said she was disturbed by the video.

"I hate to see something bad happen to any of my students, whether it's on the football field or something like this. My heart went out to him. I thought how I would feel if I was his mother," Sullivan said.

About 1,000 students protested on campus Wednesday night. The angry crowds called for an end to alleged police brutality.

"Regardless of your personal opinions and the way you feel about subjects, please respect everyone here. We're all part of one community. We deserve to respect each other especially in times like this," Johnson said at the rally.

Meanwhile, former Kenwood Academy students are showing support for Johnson in Chicago by distributing fliers with "#JUSTICEFORMARTESE" on them.

"He always put on a smile and was just very nice and kind to everybody," said Kameron Jones, a Kenwood Academy student.

"We're all just shocked, and we're trying to figure out what can we do to stop this," said Amber Echols, a former classmate.

Sean Shelton, a Kenwood Academy student, says Johnson was his mentor.

"We're all young black men on our way to greatness, and the people that are supposed to serve and protect us are those taking our lives and hurting us for no apparent reason," Shelton said.

Rodney Gore of the Kappa Leadership Institute mentoring program - which Johnson participated in - says his arrest was unprovoked and extreme.

"This is a young man who has always been about making the right choices, making the right decisions. So yes, I'm outraged," Gore said.

Watkins said Johnson is devastated by the events. Watkins is preparing a vigorous defense for his client, who he said has no criminal record.
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PostSubject: Re: Make mine black .... or can I still say that?   3/20/2015, 8:18 am

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When someone whom I probably have never met before starts blabbing his or her unsolicited opinion to me when all I am trying to do is get a cup of coffee, I consider that I am being lectured to.

Except that is not what Starbucks employees are doing, they're simply starting a discussion on race, nobody is giving advice or lecturing you....or pontificating.  Nice straw man. 

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What if a particular customer doesn't want to "Race Together"?
What if a particular customer is not of the opinion "that we have problems in this country in regards to race and racial inequality"?
What if all a particular customer wants is to get a fucking cup of coffee and get out of there?

Then that particular customer can smile and tell them "I'm not interested in talking about that, I just want my coffee, thank you."
Instead of freaking out like you are.


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This doesn't cause me to "have (my) thong all up in bunch", primarily because I don't patronize Starbuck's, and have no intention of doing so. And I'm not upset over it - I'm merely holding it up to ridicule, as it should be.


So in other words you're trolling.


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If you wish to start forming your opinions based upon what a pimply barista tells you, far be it from me to try and stop you. You'd probably get better advice from one of them than you currently get from the gang at MSNBC, anyway. Plus, you'd probably consider yourself more sophisticated taking advice from someone with a real Eye-talian sounding job title.


There you go again, freaking out.


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So, tell me - do you think this is a good idea, or a bad idea?

I have no idea and really don't give a shit. I like Dunkin' Donuts Coffee. If they asked me or started talking about this at a Dunkin' Donuts, I would tell them that I am well aware of the systemic racism in this country and that there are people who have their heads up their asses and are in deep denial as to it's exsistance.


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And, incidentally, ....



edge540 wrote:
   
So first it was giving customers a "lecture on race", now after getting called on your made up bullshit you shift the goalposts and it's  "pontificate on matters of race or any other societal issues." We get more bullshit. Good one.

http://www.thesaurus.com/browse/pontificate

pontificate

Synonyms for pontificate

.... perhaps you should consider investing in a thesaurus.    Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing




No thanks, perhaps you should use a dictionary:

pontificate - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com
http://www.vocabulary.com/dictionary/pontificate

To pontificate is to talk in a dogmatic and pompous manner.


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PostSubject: Re: Make mine black .... or can I still say that?   3/20/2015, 8:50 am

edge540 wrote:
happy jack wrote:


When someone whom I probably have never met before starts blabbing his or her unsolicited opinion to me when all I am trying to do is get a cup of coffee, I consider that I am being lectured to.

Except that is not what Starbucks employees are doing, they're simply starting a discussion on race, nobody is giving advice or lecturing you. Nice straw man. 

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What if a particular customer doesn't want to "Race Together"?
What if a particular customer is not of the opinion "that we have problems in this country in regards to race and racial inequality"?
What if all a particular customer wants is to get a fucking cup of coffee and get out of there?

Then that particular customer can smile and tell them "I'm not interested in talking about that, I just want my coffee, thank you."
Instead of freaking out like you are.


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This doesn't cause me to "have (my) thong all up in bunch", primarily because I don't patronize Starbuck's, and have no intention of doing so. And I'm not upset over it - I'm merely holding it up to ridicule, as it should be.


So in other words you're trolling.


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If you wish to start forming your opinions based upon what a pimply barista tells you, far be it from me to try and stop you. You'd probably get better advice from one of them than you currently get from the gang at MSNBC, anyway. Plus, you'd probably consider yourself more sophisticated taking advice from someone with a real Eye-talian sounding job title.


There you go again, freaking out.


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So, tell me - do you think this is a good idea, or a bad idea?

I have no idea and really don't give a shit. I like Dunkin' Donuts Coffee.



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And, incidentally, ....



edge540 wrote:
   
So first it was giving customers a "lecture on race", now after getting called on your made up bullshit you shift the goalposts and it's  "pontificate on matters of race or any other societal issues." We get more bullshit. Good one.

http://www.thesaurus.com/browse/pontificate

pontificate

Synonyms for pontificate

.... perhaps you should consider investing in a thesaurus.    Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing




No thanks, perhaps you should use a dictionary:

pontificate - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com
http://www.vocabulary.com/dictionary/pontificate

To pontificate is to talk in a dogmatic and pompous manner.



You have a very strange definition of the term "freaking out". What you call "freaking out", I call 'ridiculing the ridiculous'.
And, I stand by my synonym, as does Roget's Thesaurus - you know - the industry standard when it comes to synonyms.
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PostSubject: Re: Make mine black .... or can I still say that?   3/20/2015, 9:10 am

Standby your nonsense all you want. Normal people us a dictionary for definitions of words not Roget's Thesaurus, LOL.


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PostSubject: Re: Make mine black .... or can I still say that?   3/20/2015, 9:15 am

edge540 wrote:
  I have no idea and really don't give a shit. I like Dunkin' Donuts Coffee. If they asked me or started talking about this at a Dunkin' Donuts, I would tell them that I am well aware of the systemic racism in this country and that there are people who have their heads up their asses and are in deep denial as to it's exsistance.




I wasn't aware that you spoke Hindi.
I'm impressed.
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PostSubject: Re: Make mine black .... or can I still say that?   3/20/2015, 11:36 am

edge540 wrote:
happy jack wrote:


When someone whom I probably have never met before starts blabbing his or her unsolicited opinion to me when all I am trying to do is get a cup of coffee, I consider that I am being lectured to.

Except that is not what Starbucks employees are doing, they're simply starting a discussion on race, nobody is giving advice or lecturing you....or pontificating.  Nice straw man.
Like all bigots,any discussion at all of racial inequality scares the living daylights out of him. Hence the constant overreaction.

Edge wrote:
I have no idea and really don't give a shit. I like Dunkin' Donuts Coffee.
Me too,Edge. I find Starbucks to be too darkly roasted.

I picture our trolling bigot as someone who still gets his coffee from one of those coin operated vending machines from decades ago.
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PostSubject: Re: Make mine black .... or can I still say that?   3/20/2015, 12:38 pm

Artie60438 wrote:
   Like all bigots,any discussion at all of racial inequality scares the living daylights out of him. Hence the constant overreaction.




You call it overreaction, I call it laughter.
And why do say that I'm a bigot?
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PostSubject: Re: Make mine black .... or can I still say that?   3/20/2015, 3:16 pm

edge540 wrote:
Normal people us a dictionary for definitions of words not Roget's Thesaurus, LOL.





Then perhaps you should try behaving as a normal person would and use your dictionary to look up the word 'synonym'.



http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/synonym

synonym

[sin-uh-nim]

Examples
• Word Origin
noun
1.
a word having the same or nearly the same meaning as another in the language, as happy, joyful, elated. A dictionary of synonyms and antonyms (or opposites), such as Thesaurus.com, is called a thesaurus.
2.
a word or expression accepted as another name for something, as Arcadia for pastoral simplicity or Wall Street for U.S. financial markets;metonym.
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PostSubject: Re: Make mine black .... or can I still say that?   3/20/2015, 6:16 pm

Artie60438 wrote:
   I picture our trolling bigot as someone who still gets his coffee from one of those coin operated vending machines from decades ago.



Man, you certainly know how to stick the knife in, twist it, and really make it hurt.
I don’t believe that I’ve been so cleverly and devastatingly insulted since this:




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You suck.
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PostSubject: Re: Make mine black .... or can I still say that?   3/20/2015, 7:54 pm

happy jack wrote:
edge540 wrote:
Normal people us a dictionary for definitions of words not Roget's Thesaurus, LOL.



Then perhaps you should try behaving as a normal person would and use your dictionary to look up the word 'synonym'.

What for, it's irrelevant nonsense.
It's a shame you can't admit that you made up bullshit, jack.
Again, Starbucks employees are simply starting a discussion on race, nobody is giving advice or lecturing you....or pontificating.  
End of story.
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PostSubject: Re: Make mine black .... or can I still say that?   3/20/2015, 9:49 pm

edge540 wrote:
happy jack wrote:
edge540 wrote:
Normal people us a dictionary for definitions of words not Roget's Thesaurus, LOL.



Then perhaps you should try behaving as a normal person would and use your dictionary to look up the word 'synonym'.

What for, it's irrelevant nonsense.
It's a shame you can't admit that you made up bullshit, jack.
Again, Starbucks employees are simply starting a discussion on race, nobody is giving advice or lecturing you....or pontificating.  
End of story.
Or as I like to say Sleep Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Make mine black .... or can I still say that?   3/21/2015, 4:18 am

And once again, the question you both seem unwilling to answer:

Is this a good idea, or not?
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PostSubject: Re: Make mine black .... or can I still say that?   3/21/2015, 2:28 pm

happy jack wrote:
Is this a good idea, or not?



It seems like a good idea to me.  Kudos to Starbucks.
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PostSubject: Re: Make mine black .... or can I still say that?   3/22/2015, 6:17 am

Scorpion wrote:
happy jack wrote:
Is this a good idea, or not?



It seems like a good idea to me.  Kudos to Starbucks.  


Yeah, well, speaking just for myself, I always like to start my morning with a cup of ridiculously-priced coffee and some awkward conversation.
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PostSubject: Re: Make mine black .... or can I still say that?   3/22/2015, 12:12 pm

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Yeah, well, speaking just for myself, I always like to start my morning with a cup of ridiculously-priced coffee and some awkward conversation.

Damn right, we should not have awkward conversations about shit like this.

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