Tell me about it. People are a bit too sensitive about such things, that what makes America a great place to live...we can say whatever we want and use the power of the almighty dollar to project more than words ever could.
This guy proably isn't even a citizen... did you hear his accent? English is not his 1st language. I wouldn't buy that cookie, or the dead goose bread. That's a sick and twisted guy right there. So not funny. Hopefully he will be out of business soon. In the meantime, I don't think he would like it if someone made a "terrorist" comment about him now would he.
What a hot mess!
NAMja - Too true, money will always trunp any protest, for or against anything. Once people use their pocketbooks, then the whole world listens.RunningMom - Actually the accent you are hearing is 1st or 2nd generation North Jersey/New York City Italian-American. Watch the Soprano's and you'll hear the same thing. But even if he wasn't a citizen the beauty of America is that everyone has the right to make an ass of themselves and he's taking full advantage of that.Chet - A hot mess? Only if one doesn't feel shame in doing business with this guy.
Some friends from NYC sent me an email about this...It is what it is...and ppl are going to be whoever they are.karma catches up at some point.
BBB - Yes, people are people and they will do anything and everything for whatever reason they think will justify it. But that doesn't mean that we have to support and help them do it.
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