I ASSume New Balance had something to do with this.What did New Balance and CVS do?
Man no way I can quit home depot. The lowes by me are a total joke. I can never find anything I need.All the fucking time.
No New Balance,
No BP gasoline,
I haven't managed to completely cut out Home Depot but if I can find it at Lowes, I go there.
CFA but it's not a big sacrifice since I always thought their product was fine but nothing special.
Were it not for family I would not set foot in Florida for the rest of my natural life and be quite content doing so.
I was at a graduation party last night and one of the guests' daughters is starting college in Florida.I’m boycotting entire STATES right now.
I think this more circumstances than anything else, but I went from buy exclusively New Balance shoes to buying Mizunos around the time I heard about this. I don't think it was as a result, but maybe subconsciously.I ASSume New Balance had something to do with this.
There is a reason why Matthew Lebretton has a chin that resembles an asshole.
I recently dropped Walgreens for their decision about birth control options so I'm also curious about CVS.
Old man issues .
This happened to my mom. Got a three month supply of dog food right before/after we had to put our dog to sleep. Full refund and asked her to donate it. IIRC, they even provided a list of shelters in the area.One lady had an unopened case of food from Chewy and she had just euthanized her pet. She called for an RMA and explained the situation. The CSA at Chewy sent out a condolence card signed by the some of the staff, credited her card and asked her to donate the food to a local animal shelter.
You hear those kinds of stories about Chewy.
Now that I realize there are plenty of substitutes (and better) semi-sweet chocolate morsels, I have now left the world of Nestles completely.Not about political beliefs* per se, but:
Amazon - I give other suppliers a decent chance and try to bump Amazon to the bottom of my list of preferred suppliers
Orson Scott Card - raging homophobe
If I can boycott any company that I *know* employs sweatshop labour, I will. Nike for example I know at least have done, and last I checked they were employing weasel tactics rather than owning up and believably committing to changing.
(off the top of my head)
* - given the state of American politics in particular, is it really about "political beliefs" any more? If your beliefs/actions lead you to continually try to shit on people less fortunate than you, IMO that's not politics, that's being a raging arsehole.