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Would you stop going to a business because of the owners views?
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1430 Votes

Would you stop going to a business because of the owners views?

Yes, I would stop going!

23

No, I wouldn't.

1

Yes, I would stop going!

23 Comments
Bill More
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Bill More

I love when idiots who make popcorn for a living start spewing about science, history and "freedom" when all they really know about is being spoiled and privileged. Goodbye odem!

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Emilie Dauch
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Emilie Dauch

For example, I never go to Hobby Lobby or Chick FIl A!

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Sue Venus Hulse
Sue Venus Hulse

I'm with you on those two businesses!

Michael Miller
Michael Miller

Ditto for hobby lobby.

C. Adrian Clark Jr.
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C. Adrian Clark Jr.

Vote with your money what practices you are willing to accept. Early in the Trump pandemic I stopped going to places where their attitudes and practices I felt unsafe. I'm tired of hearing touting their personal freedom at the expense of societal responsibility.

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Ron Taunt
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Ron Taunt

Crazy Red neck spewing hate and Skin head rhetoric.

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Gordon Eggleston
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Gordon Eggleston

It's was very stupid and offensive. No I'm not Jewish!?

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Kenneth Emmrich
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Kenneth Emmrich

Yes I would. I believe in customer service. Businesses need to be neutral. If I want their opinion, I'll ask for it.

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sharder8
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sharder8

While they have freedom of opinion, I also have the freedom to shop there or not.

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Mike Everstone
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Mike Everstone

Yes, because we all need to support stopping this virus. Saving American lives, bringing back our economy and our way of life depends upon our actions. If any business can't come to the assistance of the American people, then I'm not shopping there.

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Steven Daniels
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Steven Daniels

We'll be going to Sisters Movie Theatre from now on. Unless they're nuts as well.

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Nicole Jackson
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Nicole Jackson

I have a very strong tie with multiple cultures, due to being mixed ethnicity.To have any them trampled & delineated for clout, or to increase a fan base is deplorable. There are no jokes about the Holocaust, to think there are is Farpust..

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Rick Allen
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Rick Allen

The left is sick, trying to destroy AMERICA!

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tim collins
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tim collins

Of course but it depends on what it is.

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Sue Venus Hulse
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Sue Venus Hulse

If their views are unsafe to the community.

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Dustin Lanier
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Dustin Lanier

It's 2021. You wanna whine about everything so can they.

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Jessi Johnson Horn
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Jessi Johnson Horn

Yes only if they tried to impose their views on the customers or employees. Otherwise no, I would still go.

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Robert Northrup
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Robert Northrup

I have considered asking business owners if they voted for our corrupt President. I would not support their business if they did.

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Gabe West
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Gabe West

Depending on the reason

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Candy Wood
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Candy Wood

Depending on the reason, mostly it's that I wouldn't feel safe......physically, emotionally, or socially.

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No, I wouldn't.

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vikki zetwick
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vikki zetwick

Because iā€™m an adult, and I respect people with different views than mine.

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Do you use all your vacation time each year?
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155 Votes

Do you use all your vacation time each year?

Yes, I do!

0

No, I don't.

0

Yes, I do!

0 Comments
No one has commented yet

No, I don't.

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Do you think violent juveniles should be eligible for parole?
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534 Votes

Do you think violent juveniles should be eligible for parole?

Yes, they should!

3

Absolutely not!

6

Yes, they should!

3 Comments
Larry Kennedy
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Larry Kennedy

Psychologically speaking teens lack the ability to consider consequences prior to making decisions and taking action. This isn't speculation, as there is scientific evidence that support this. Biologically the areas of the brain that are a part of decision making aren't fully developed until later.

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Jer W
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Jer W

If the belief is that adults convicted of violent crimes can be paroled because they won't re-offend, juveniles should also get that chance since they are more likely to change their life path than an adult.

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Lee Daggett
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Lee Daggett

Everybody makes mistakes especially kids

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Absolutely not!

6 Comments
Gabe West
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Gabe West

Kate brown must be impeached

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Brenda Gerardo Abbott
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Brenda Gerardo Abbott

I knew Barb, and to have her beaten by her son while conscious is beyond being eligible for parole . She was so nice and she loved him so much. I do believe some cases should be but not this one

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Rick Allen
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Rick Allen

NO we already have a horrible crime problem because the lunatic left is easy on criminals and hard on good citizens! The Dems do everything backwards, this country is in horrible shape and it IS DEFINITELY due the the Dems lack of any commonsense leadership!!

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Jon Krutsch
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Jon Krutsch

Do the crime, put in the time.

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Dianne Price
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Dianne Price

Especially for murder!! Every kid knows the difference between RIGHT & WRONG, from a young age!! The "teens" in question knew what they were doing!!

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