Call it a ‘recycling’ program. You guys are big fans of recycling, right?
Come on, really. What else — at this point — are they any good for?
If you’re a sports bar, and pretty much have to play the games your customers ask for, how do you make YOUR voice be heard?
What ‘free expression’ do you use to protest? That really depends on how creative you are.
You could block out certain games if you wanted — but you might drive customers to other watering holes in the process. You could make creative use of signs or banners.
You might even put a well-placed ‘enemy logo’ in the Urinal. It makes a point, but it has its drawbacks.
One owner found a creative way to REALLY drive his point home.
As far as protests go, you’d think the Left would approve. After all, it is a little like those political marches where they burn people in effigy… Only this is a lot more effective.
And WAY more satisfying.
You can wipe your muddy feet on their logo.
And right on cue… someone got triggered.
Probably because he looked for a ‘hidden message’ in the shirts.
One guy read left to right and got offended.
Taylor Sloan saw a makeshift doormat outside the door of Snafu over the weekend, took a picture, and posted it online, eventually getting into a heated argument with Burle on Facebook.
“It just really upsets me when I see people, you know, put kind of a faux patriotism guise on racism,” Sloan said.
“It’s not a race thing. A lot of people want to twist it around to be a race thing,” Burle said. “They were placed the way they came out of the box. I ordered them together. We pulled them out of the box, taped them down. There was no ill-intent.”
Nothing, he said, but distaste for kneeling during the national anthem.
“A lot of us military folks take that personal to heart. I could line this whole sidewalk with NFL players that don’t stand for the flag,” Burle said. “I commend them for what they’re doing, as far as the right goes. I fought for that right. The same thing that gives them that right gives me the right to place these out here.” —KSLA
He switched them so that it wouldn’t look like ‘a statement’.