A Big “Thank You!” To All Social Justice Warriors

If it weren’t for Social Justice Warriors my life would be much worse off. Because of Social Justice Warriors I’ve been able to find and enjoy superior products.

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Social Justice Warriors have added great things to my life. Keep at it!

For me it all started with Ben & Jerry’s ice cream. Their ice cream was really good and I didn’t mind their appeal to the hippie generation with the names of their products. But when they became vocal about their political affiliation, why would you do that, I discovered Talenti ice cream. It tastes much better and I often find it at $3.50 instead of B&J’s $5.50 per container. And instead of the ego driven “Ben & Jerry’s” I now choose the uplifting I (have) talent “Talenti.”

Next came my Progressive auto insurance. You can’t miss the name “progressive” meaning “left wing kook.” But also the owner is a huge SJW and Democrat donor. And is everybody as sick as I am of the not-funny-at-all “Flo” commercials including her idiot male counterpart? So I found Geico. Instead of paying $920 every six months with Progressive I now pay $450 with Geico. And the little Gecko commercials actually are funny.

Then there was Target, a nice clean store with good prices. They made the brilliant SJW policy decision to allow males who “identify” as females to use the female restrooms encouraging perverts and pedophiles to frequent their stores. Sorry. I don’t want to hang with them, and neither do a lot of other people. Have fun Target with your oh-so-inclusive policy. You’ve been replaced by Walmart. They are crowded but their prices are a lot better. SJW’s saving me money time and time again.

What’s all the boycott noise about Chick-fil-A? The owner gave a donation to a candidate who was against legalizing gay marriage. So what? Obama was anti gay marriage at one point. This is America. You have a right to your opinion and a right to make a political donation anywhere you want. I had seen Chick-fil-A’s a lot but never went in to eat until I heard about the boycott. So I had to try it. Thanks to SJW’s I discovered great food, fast service, and diverse employees who even know how to correctly enunciate the English language. Now I’m there once a week and I found out they are closed on Sunday’s because they observe the Sabbath. What’s so bad about that?

Macy’s stopped selling Trump and Ivanka items and put their SJW opinions on display. Bye-Bye Macy’s. Nordstrom’s has higher prices but much better quality and far more current fashion.

I just don’t understand Sonic fast food. If you think two guys conversing like little girls and acting in un-male-like mannerisms is going to bring me into your store, OK, you have a right to that opinion. Knock yourself out.

What’s up with Gillette? They were always the superior brand. They cost more but were worth it. Their blades were excellent and lasted longer than anyone else’s. After years of charging more for ladies shavers (and they still do!) they decide to put out social justice warrior ads that mock traditional male roles. The ads imply that men should modify they’re natural instincts of Provider and Protector. It’s fine for you to express your views but to insinuate that I’m currently inferior I think I’ll find another product source where my natural instincts are appreciated. So I found a CVS disposable razor, their premium brand, called Blade For Men which actually delivers a smooth shave that kills all the Gillette prices and they last almost as long. Thanks Gillette. Have a nice life.

And then there is Nike, what SJW idiots. You took a great brand, good quality, and forced me elsewhere. You’re so rich, you don’t even care. If you started your brand in another country you’d be as big as LaCoste or Fila. But you started in America and, what do you know, you became the biggest! Then you hired anti-American Kaepernick as your SPOKESMAN? Kaepernick was raised by Caucasians, coached by Caucasians, managed by Caucasians, and paid by Caucasians. I think it’s safe to say he’s probably a bit ungrateful, like you Nike. Anyway, Under Armour is a great company that actually manufactures here in America, not overseas. So I have to thank Nike for inviting me over to Under Armour where I now shop for my sports wear.

So keep at it Social Justice Warriors. Without you I’d be awash in expensive, inferior crap!