Jellybellys supports US war crimes I guess
@frickhaditcoming This is because the cotton candy flavor is a war crime
@mischiefbrewer those green ones with the specs on them taste like weird sweat that runs down your face and into your mouth when you are lifting weights
@frickhaditcoming their CEO is a huge transphobe so this is p consistent
@photophoregirl woah i had no idea about that
@frickhaditcoming Yeah it’s awful
he voted on a really disgusting bathroom bill here in California that explicitly targeted trans kids in schools ( thankfully it did not pass)
@frickhaditcoming freedom isn't free
@frickhaditcoming freedom costs $1,09 apparently
@frickhaditcoming I guess it depends which war they're commemorating - it could be part of the 75th anniversary of VE Day...
@frickhaditcoming There is no Free in Freedom...
@frickhaditcoming JellyBelly was Reagan's favorite candy
@frickhaditcoming their freedom isn't freedom.
That’s 100% right. It’s paid for by tax-paying citizens in the currency of hard work, sacrifice, fair opportunities for education, health services, effective social services and a judicial system that treats all equally. That’s the _real_ price of freedom.
So fuck your so-called free-market capitalism, and shoot-first-ask-questions-later policing, and over-priced privatized education and healthcare, and profits-over-people corporate politics, and whites-only rights.
@shahaan @Gargron i dont know what the fuck you are talking about. all works have their surplus labor value stolen from them, our health service is a fucking joke at best unless you are rich and literally ruins peoples lives when used unless they are rich, what social services, and clearly you live under a fucking rock if you think there is a fair justice system. there are protests in every fucking state because cops cant fucking stop killing black people. get the fuck out of here
Umm... Please re-read what I wrote.
My comment was a reply to Jelly Belly basically spelling out the “real” cost of freedom, as opposed to their abhorrent ad which makes it clear that they believe war, soldiers, US global military dominance, etc., are what keep the American people “free.”
Also, I don’t live under a rock. I live in Canada. Hello to you too, neighbour. 👋
@frickhaditcoming they also donate money to anti trans things.
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