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Sticks, I will call you whatever you like, as it is only polite to call someone by their preferred proper noun. It is also polite to call people by their preferred pronouns. It's like walking into a building and someone is coming in directly behind you; would you shut the door in their face or hold it open for them?
I stayed away from the gimmicky sodas and looked for something that I thought would be worth $3. It turns out there are actually a couple of imported brands in there that are really good. And I think a four-pack is $8, so if you buy them four at a time they are more reasonable.
I don't drink soda that often, though. So $8 every couple of months is no big.
"Why doesn't NEW SEASONS carry organic salt?!?! NO ON FLUORIDE!!!!"
I'm not going to say which side of the debate I'm on, but I will say that even though I see signs that I disagree with and make me angry, it is still that person's right to have a sign on their property and to say what they want to say. Even if you don't agree with it.
Don't vandalize other people's signs. Just put up your own sign on your own lawn--you have a right to say what you want to say, too.
GET THE FORK OUTTA HERE
Hank - maybe you donate the $25 because you love the store and what it has done for the community...? It's a donation. The idea is to donate money. The sticker is a thank-you for donating the money. (Also, and I think you probably know this, but when you spend $25 at a store, that store does not make $25. What they make depends on the cost of the item, the markup, etc.)
I have a hard time seeing how this is a problematic fundraiser. Lovable local entity needs help, asks community if they would like to save it. This feels like the plot of an eighties movie where the kids arrive on dirt bikes to help save the hotdog stand, because they love it so much. It's the same concept really, minus the dirt bikes. And the hotdogs.
I often compare myself to Tommy, not because I am blind and deaf but rather I am really into Pinball.
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