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Discussion in 'Politics' started by oldag, Dec 6, 2019.
So only the legs are schizophrenic?
Agree on the 30.06, I found other places.
Haven't bought Nike in some time and will not.
That looks like something I would buy for the right price just to be really different.
(maybe wear leather chaps but only on the 'skinny' leg?)
$462 per pair - search for asymmetrical jeans.
Thanks for the 'heads-up' on a WAY TOO EXPENSIVE irregular.
I might go $19.99 plus the 'chaps' but I will not support someone's mistake for an expensive 'creation'.
Right with you on that one. And would add Verizon and DirecTV.
Never been to Dicks, never will be to one. I try to avoid Gillette, and I don't buy Levi's, but I am pretty much stuck with Walmart. The bad thing about small towns is that your options are kind of limited. I won't buy from Benchmade. I might buy a used one though. I try to avoid Nike.
I will not even give Cheaper Than Dirt the page views after their disgusting display of greed during the last few panics.
I’d love to Boycott Houston because of her Police Chief and Mayor, but my job requires me to travel there.
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I will not step inside a Dick's or Cheaper Than Dirt. I don't care what they're selling or for what price. I will not buy a Yeti. I'm not big on boycotts, but these turkeys have screwed over gun owners in such a way that I will never need their services again. I can't really say that I boycott Nike or Levis, since I didn't buy their stuff before. S&W and Ruger both had their anti-2A moments, but both have done enough to redeem themselves in my book. They were both deceived into thinking they could avoid the Left's banning of their firearms, but fundamentally private ownership of firearms is not compatible with socialism and the Mini-14 made the same list with ARs and AKs.
In fairness, there are some companies that more than earn my loyalty. Berry's Bullets, for example, went out of their way to make bullets available when the Obama Panic was going on. Magpul shut down sales to businesses that jacked up the prices of their magazines during the same panic.
Asking because I don't know...what has Yeti done to screw gun owners? I know they backed out of a deal with the NRA as did many other companies but did they do anything more overt?