Ta ta bye, cunt-fill-a
"Fellowship of Christian Athletes" get ta fuck
Big drop got well reviewed in a to b magazine
Without wanting to spoil everyone's party, I consider it unlikely that they'll withdraw from the UK. While I'm not an expert on the restaurant fast food shitflinger business, I'd guess that this was a pilot, which they'll evaluate, and then the next launch will be of quite a few shops dotted all over the UK. It's apparently a chain with 2,400 places in the US, so I can't imagine they'll give up a chance of a piece of the UK chicken corpse market so easily.
It is a pilot, but if it's clear that they'll be picketed and boycotted by a lively alphabet community, they may leave it to the heathens of Morley's. And the UK's corpse-lovers do prefer a place which opens on Sundays.
Yes, but once there are multiple outlets, they'll be quite hard to 'picket'. It's easy when there's one point of focus. I predict that the protesters would soon no longer have the resources/move on to other worthy causes.
A lot of the protesters were local though, Reading Pride, (some) local councillors etc
No reason to believe other areas won't have similarly protests
Sure, but unless they manage to organise protests at every outlet, and co-ordinate, they'll inevitably feel more of a sense of futility, especially if the company moves fast about opening new branches. Oh well, I hope it doesn't happen. Too many struggles.
please boycott everything that comes from Chile. The state is committing human rights violations.
Chile is an exporter country, so it is important to exert international pressure on their products.
Give us a hint.
It's hard to name brands, because they're for the foreign market. Most of the exports are wines, blueberries, avocado (these have a great impact on water consumption, leaving localities to die. ex: Petorca). If you are going to buy fresh vegetables and fruits, check their origin.
Big metal / metal ore exporters too - much harder to avoid.
Not sure which thread this is most relevant but worth sharing seeing how much most of us use google in one way or another
A benevolent alternative (for search at least): https://www.ecosia.org/
I didn't realise it's a browser app as well as a search engine (just installed and using it now)
Boycott the Beach Boys - even Brian's down with that:
Mike Love is just the absolute worst.
Maybe a decent time to update with firms who are either taking advantage of or treating staff shittily in the days of Corona. Starting with a few of the usual suspects:
Amazon - https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/amazon-donations-sick-leave/
Massive spreadsheet with a rolling crowd-sourced list of who's currently being a cunt and who's not: http://whencovidisover.co.uk/
In a Google doc.
You should add Google to it. It's open to everyone!
where's the form for returns?
I'm adding BrewDog because
Great idea, BlueCoat won't let me view it though. Must find another way to view...
I dug up the direct google sheets link, if that makes any difference: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1fEedCEuymNYlzkHdcEhymNkBO451FgVx84k5Fwpv9P8/edit
219 rows so far! (not all bastards, thankfully)
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