One Degree wrote:I don’t let politics dictate what I enjoy. Putting politics into football destroyed my enjoyment.
Thanks for clearing that up.
One Degree wrote:Just like you may no longer get the full enjoyment from Chick fil A you use to?
Sandwiches taste the same. They have more locations now. I don’t enjoy the brownies as much since they started charging like a buck and a half for oversized crumbs.
I’m very pro gun control. I haven’t started shopping at Dicks since they stopped selling murder instruments. I still shop at Wal Mart, Academy, and if they had something I wanted, I’d shop at Gander Mountain or that other big outdoor place whose name escapes me at this point.
Not being able to separate the corporate policies of the stores or employees from those of yourself probably does lead to consternation on your part. Not saying this is you but if you’re a white supremacist and there are nothing but blacks behind the cash registers, what do you do, stand there stewing until a white person opens up a check lane? Its a crazy way to live.
If you look hard enough, you can find the politics in everything. My advice, know why
you’re looking in the first place. If it’s not for the politics, why are you seeing only that?