Bring Meme To Life

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  1. Good morning all you fucking tools and hot wives

  2. I just had to explain to my sleep deprived wife why we’re not a Black Rifle Coffee family any longer. She worked 11-11 yesterday for some reason and didn’t get home until after midnight. Her friend with cancer is having a yard sale in a few weeks and all the BRC mugs are heading there to benefit cancer charities.

    I ordered coffee from the place Pupster suggested, King Something or Another. We’ll see how that works out.

  3. I looked at twitter to see how the topic was trending and it appears that there’s a lot of angry people right now. The owners are getting their wish I guess, all those Deplorables not buying their coffee. Good luck with your new customer base of woke liberals!

    So far it appears to be business as usual on their website and I imagine it won’t be long before we’re reading how poorly their finances did as a result. The libs will celebrate their integrity but won’t buy their brovet coffee because it has icky names and they have donated money to the police.

  4. The pic of the helicopter is pretty incredible.

  5. I’m so angry about BR coffee. They really lured in the rubes like me then called me racist and “a repugnant group of people.”

    Eff them hard.

  6. at some point you’ve made enough money.

  7. It’s too early for this.

    wakey wakey

  8. They’re either really stupid, or let their veil drop for the NYT. I trust Ngo and he says they’ve been fronting, and are big blue donors, etc.

  9. They are counting on nobody reading the y-axis parameters.

    It is especially ironic that they claim the other side uses data visualizations to fool people. The hardest part of data science is sifting through it as objectively as you can and listening to the story it tells you, rather than skipping through it with your manuscript already written. This is literally why science requires free and open debate, it’s embedded in the epistemology in ways lost on dipshits who think they love science.

  10. They love science the way Biden loves kids.

  11. 8 O’Clock has never made a political statement of which I’m aware. They just make coffee. I’ll drop them in a heartbeat if they do something woke, but that’d be hard to imagine.

  12. Why not 7 O’clock?

    Slackers

  13. 8 O’clock was my coffee for years and years, until they took their coffee grinders out of the grocery stores.

  14. There are a shit ton of other coffees to buy that are as good or better than BR. I only bought their coffee to “support them.”

    Done.

  15. wait, if they are fronting, what are they fronting for? They are really a bunch of lefties that like and fund the police? Seems like a better idea to just shut up then, instead of pissing off more than half your customers, with 0 chance of making up that shortfall, because the people that aren’t your customers already hate you because of your perceived position in society.

    And the lefties keep chanting how racist we are.

  16. Sam’s Club has pretty good coffee. Pinch of salt and BAM!

  17. Something ace mentioned a few years ago struck a cord.

    We need to stop branding things as so obviously right leaning. I mean, Black Rifle Coffee is playing upon patriotism and our reverence for the military. It’s obvious. It seemed like a con from the beginning.

    Does the left name anything ‘Abortion Toothpaste’ or ‘No Borders Trans Man Menstruation Pads’?

    No, they don’t. They always pretend they’re just straight shooting non political people and companies just out there to serve the people.

    Maybe we should do the same.

  18. sometimes we are forced into choosing sides. Coke is one for me, won’t buy it. Brother wants to go to a MLB game, and I don’t want to go. Haven’t watched the NBA for 2 years, NFL cut way back.

    I don’t want to choose sides, but I’m corralled into it.

  19. No, they don’t. They always pretend they’re just straight shooting non political people and companies just out there to serve the people.

    Maybe we should do the same.

    Except they don’t. They’ve become very explicitly political over the years, which is why “right-wing” companies have grown as well.

  20. I don’t disagree but 99% of people have no idea that Delta is run by a libtard. It’s Delta.

    If you the right started an airline it would be called ‘Patriot Defenders of the Second Amendment Red White and Blue Tri Corner Hat Don’t Tread on Me Airlines.

  21. What if AZ shows that Trump won?

    Not going to make any difference now, but 22 will be lit. 24? forgetaboutit

  22. I don’t think that number is 99% any more, which is the entire point of the exercise.

  23. Ok, so I opened Jay’s link and got an ad for 4 Patriots food prep.

    LOL

  24. I’ve admitted I’m a rube.

    I learned my lesson (took a few election cycles) but all politicians are shit. (Trump was not a politician)

    I figured some ex-military guys into guns wouldn’t be fucking douches. I was wrong. I was rubed and not in a good way.

  25. If Joe Biden started an airline it would be called Felta.

  26. or maybe Smelleda.

  27. Jet Rube

  28. Southwe….you know the thing that flies.

  29. I just assume it’s all pandering, branding, and deception.

    Just get the best product that doesn’t work to kill you. And start looking for places where you can shiv the enemy.

    Deception works both ways.

  30. And fuck the airlines. It went from comfort in the skies to airborne cattle cars. I last flew in ’03 and will never fly by choice again, unless things change radically.

  31. Did the BRCC folks screw up their response to the Kenosha Kid debacle? Yes. Are they doubling down on stupid? Probably. Is it a sign that they’ve always been secret leftwing grifters? No. The reality is that all human beings are flawed, and all will eventually disappoint you. I don’t think BRCC are evil grifters who were just looking to make a buck off conservative rubes. They had a product and an aesthetic that they sold, probably because they genuinely believed in what they were saying and doing. They liked guns, and America, and had a sense of humor about stereotypically hypermasculine things. But there’s a difference between taking a risk when you start a business, and doing so when your business is already established and the losses seem greater.

    Mostly I’m just glad that I don’t drink coffee, so I don’t have a dog in this fight.

  32. 8 o’clock coffee is my go to

  33. I’ve got a subscription. As leon said – if I find out they’re dbags I’ll switch immediately.

  34. I’m prepared to switch to chicory and dandelion root when the dollar collapses.

  35. Never assume a corporation cares about anything other than your money going into its bank account.

  36. Did the BRCC folks screw up their response to the Kenosha Kid debacle? Yes. Are they doubling down on stupid? Probably. Is it a sign that they’ve always been secret leftwing grifters? No. The reality is that all human beings are flawed, and all will eventually disappoint you. I don’t think BRCC are evil grifters who were just looking to make a buck off conservative rubes. They had a product and an aesthetic that they sold, probably because they genuinely believed in what they were saying and doing. They liked guns, and America, and had a sense of humor about stereotypically hypermasculine things. But there’s a difference between taking a risk when you start a business, and doing so when your business is already established and the losses seem greater.
    Mostly I’m just glad that I don’t drink coffee, so I don’t have a dog in this fight.
    —————-
    This is why too rational.

    I think you’re right but I can’t for the life of me figure out why people who are running companies believe injecting their personal feelings into the brand is a good idea. I think Lee Iacocca said this a million years ago, ‘if you are that important to the business that it can’t run without you, you done fucked up.’

    Say something about your customers, how much you love them, how much you just want to make good coffee that blah blah blah blah.

    You know who is a master of this? Jack Dorsey. He runs the most polarizing social media network out there where the average user skews D+12 and the content creators skew D+43. But does he ever say anything other than pablum? Nope.

  37. I think you’re right but I can’t for the life of me figure out why people who are running companies believe injecting their personal feelings into the brand is a good idea. I think Lee Iacocca said this a million years ago, ‘if you are that important to the business that it can’t run without you, you done fucked up.’

    It’s an interesting issue, and one I’d blame on the increasing sophistication of marketing, combined with the effects of globalization. Essentially the products become indistinguishable, so the only way to differentiate them is to sell an image. BRCC isn’t selling coffee, it’s selling the idea of a lifestyle. It’s coffee for the kind of man you want to be. This makes it more difficult to stay out of these cultural debates, since your brand requires dancing around those very issues.

  38. Michael Jordan said it best, “Republicans buy sneakers too”.

  39. But in so saying, he also declared who he considered “other”.

  40. but did he? I don’t recall anyone holding that against him, and he struck the exact right tone. He has his beliefs, he is entitled to them, but he’s not using them to club anyone over the head.

    Now compare that to Lebron. Asshoe.

  41. we declare the other all the time. why wouldn’t they?

  42. OFFS, I’m done thinking people have sincere motives.

    Don’t lecture me about the inherent good in people. You haven’t read the Bible if you think so.

  43. Kobe’s gone, LeBron’s still here. Bad times.

  44. LeBron is no Jordan. I don’t care what his athletic talents are, he lacks in personality and character. I wonder if he knows that.

  45. Apparently the prime is firing people on the spot if they push back even a little on the bullshit WuFlu rules they have in place for their sites right now.

    Also “THE VIRUS IS COMING BACK!” is accepted wisdom among Virginian shitheads.

    I fucking can’t. These people deserve to starve in a cold, dark place.

  46. If I’m going to over pay for a product because they support similar ideals – I’ll drop them the moment I find otherwise

  47. Ugh. I wonder if we’ll end up going to full-time telework again.

  48. YEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!

  49. Been sitting in a hot parking lot for two hours. Missing elderly man in neighboring town.we’re waiting for them to send our group out. He’s been missing since early yesterday morning.

  50. Why do all rockets look like giant white dongs? Institutional racist, sexist White Male Supremacy. I demand rocket Vaginas of Color.

  51. Physics is racist.

  52. Also, fucking complicated.

  53. Insider Paper
    @TheInsiderPaper
    JUST IN – Vaccinated Pelosi aide tested positive for COVID after meeting the Texas Democrats who left the state to avoid voting. – Axios.

  54. Do any of you people drink Folgers or are you too classy for that? On the rare occasions that I drink coffee I just drink Folgers. They’re probably owned by a bunch of douches but I don’t know nothing about it.

  55. Full court press at work. Boss texted me yesterday about it (I’m on a List), and they announced recurring clinics at work to get the stragglers.

  56. Penises are also complicated. At least that’s what your mom said.

  57. Pray for Lauraw.

    She’s in the middle of a bullshit storm.

  58. “Penises are also complicated.”

    You need to speak to mare.
    She knows the ins and outs of caulk.

  59. Praying for you, Laura. Nothing else I can do from here.

  60. I used to drink Folgers. Sams is cheaper now, and folgers started tasting like tree branches.

  61. you misspelled Willie Brown’s Bratwurst Bun

  62. That’s because they got rid of Mrs. Olsen!

  63. so, your mom is mrs olsen, because she’s the best part of waking up

  64. It *is* the richest, most aromatic kind!

  65. What do you call a drink made with vodka, orange juice and coffee?
    Screw Mrs. Olsen.

  66. I had a friend named Olson, not Olsen, back in HS. His mom was a little shopworn by then but he had two sisters that would’ve rejected any offers of intimacy chosen to make them in record breaking time. They’re probably a bit shopworn by now.

  67. Don’t like my coffee? There’s the percolator!

  68. What do you call a drink made with vodka, orange juice and coffee?

    An emetic?

  69. Good grief, we’re old.

  70. What do you call a drink made with vodka, orange juice and coffee?

    School drop-off juice.

  71. What do you call a drink made with vodka, orange juice and coffee?

    The "I forgot to rinse out my mug first"

  72. Oh dang. Hold on, I’ll fix the tag.

  73. meh nevermind, its not worth the effort

  74. I could do that from here.

  75. fanks

  76. Fauci referred to previous respiratory virii from China as “the prototypes” in a CNN interview.

  77. I found out our vax policy is everyone has to come back to the office 2-3 days a week starting in Sept. If you don’t have the jab, you have to wear a mask to protect the people who have gotten the jab, apparently.

    But it’s all self reported so FUCK YOU.

    Apparently someone on one of the other director’s team said they identified as vaccinated. lol – gotta find that guy or gal and promote them.

  78. I got an email about Squirting School.

    Anyone ever been?

  79. Your mom used to have tenure.

  80. If you don’t have the jab, you have to wear a mask to protect the people who have gotten the jab, apparently.

    ——-

    This is the kind of logic that originates from the government.

  81. Just got back from helping with the search. That was … something. Terrrain was terrible. Our assigned firefighter said it was the roughest he’s searched so far.

    It was … something. Hilly. Muddy. Thorns. THICK. Lost my shoes twice.

    It was like the Tough Mudder and the Ragnar, except we were probably looking for a body at this point.

  82. Something like 600k+ people go missing in this country every year, most never to be found again. It’s creepy.

  83. America is a great place to get lost in. Sometimes even on purpose and of your own accord.

  84. ugh, good on you for searching, car in, hope you don’t have to find something terrible

  85. 600k huh? sounds like a lot

  86. Brand new internet provider as of now.

    Faster and cheaper.

    Called the cable company to cancel, “is it over the price? We can lower the cost substantially.”

  87. Mankind eventually reaches other worlds, only to discover human civilizations descended from abductees taken over the centuries…

  88. Searching was actually really good for me. I’ve been in a shitty mood, and it took me out of my head to think about someone else for a few hours.

  89. He literally could have been in some thick brush 20 feet from me and we wouldn’t have seen him. It doesn’t make sense that he’d be there – what it appears is that he has early dementia which perhaps has progressed more than the wife realized – got lost, had a medical event, etc. He was very capable in the woods, but honestly if you KEEP WALKING straight you’re going to come to a road.

  90. Blocks are about a mile wide. Or less, if there is a dirt road of houses.

    I saw just a ginormous house. I should have taken a picture. I’ve seen big, elaborate houses before – I grew up in Grosse POinte. You guys should have seen this place.

    There is hidden money around me. People who just want a plot of wooded land with hills, horse pastures, etc. This place… man.

  91. I feel bad that I didn’t do another shift, but I’d been there since before 9 am, and it was after 3. I hadn’t eaten breakfast and didn’t realize how long we would be out there.

  92. Also – the grid we searched was ROUGH. I’m actually pretty exhausted.

  93. She seems fun and relateable, Alex.

    Carin, next step is probably him being found in deer season by some hunter.

  94. If they don’t find him soon – then yes. That’s what’s going to happen. I saw SO MANY DEER too. I mean, I see them all the time, but I saw a LOT today.

  95. So … I have a Lapeer Creek story but it’s still early in the storyline and fuzzy.

  96. It’s the same thing up here Carin. Pretty rural, mostly horse farms.

    But the houses are just unbelievable.

    Horsing must pay well.

  97. This place, honestly, I should drive by it and take a picture. The house just … kept … going…

  98. Horsing pays as well as pleasureboating.

  99. I think it’s not that they are horse people. it’s that they have a SHIT TONNE OF MONEY and that’s the hobby or something. That’s how it is for the people I know who have horses.

    You know, like Leon.

    My neighbor has horses, and it’s because they have $$. The don’t actually make any money from the horses.

  100. If I sell enough hay this year, mine will have been free.

    If I could trade lamb for vet bills… we’d still have horse vet bills and farrier visits.

    But my garden fertilizer is… well… I have a lot of it.

  101. Lotta people who said they got the jab are getting covid.

    There are a few likely scenarios:

    1) the jab sucks

    2) people lie

    Either way, the people who haven’t been jabbed aren’t going to suddenly have an epiphany.

  102. My wife is part-timing at a boarding facility that could, in theory, make money on horses. But it’s run by a horse lady, so it barely breaks even and payroll has been late more than once.

  103. Sorry, that should have been lamb for grain.

    Add to all that the labor of feeding them, managing manure, and maintaining all the land and infrastructure.

    You really have to love horses to do this. I’m… somewhat fond of the donkey.

  104. Up here it’s mostly family businesses but quite a few for whom its a hobby too.

    It’s really pretty. Miles and miles of 4 board fencing.

  105. . I saw SO MANY DEER too. I mean, I see them all the time, but I saw a LOT today.
    —-
    TICK CHECK !!!

  106. Yep. You don’t want a meat allergy.

  107. Car in has five kids. We know she likes the meat.

  108. Yeah, horses are an expensive hobby. Maybe make money boarding and training, but I get the impression that’s usually a “if we break even great, otherwise it just keeps the wife happy and our costs down” sort of deal.

  109. No ticks

  110. Bushwhacking is where you get ticks.

    Trails are usually picked clean by dogs.

  111. This is kind of funny even if you hate Brady

    https://populist.press/biden-schooled-by-tom-brady-at-white-house-for-losing/

  112. don’t want a meat allergy
    —-
    OR THE MEAT SWEATS !!!

  113. I haven’t found any, and I have short hair. I think I’m good.

  114. Our tick explosion has died down recently. We were finding ticks several times a day on the dogs,furniture and even the walls but haven’t seen any recently.

    Paula picked up 3 months of tick meds for 3 dogs today … $200

  115. Sidelines magazine featured my cousin in a story. It’s a horsey magazine. Aubrey.

  116. Torrez. Great article. Total d🐀🐀🐀

  117. Do you live near the Winchester Mystery House Car in?

  118. mmm basmati rice is good. just as good as jasmine.

  119. Basmati sounds like a cool motorcycle.

  120. “if we break even great, otherwise it just keeps the wife happy and our costs down”

    I see you’ve read the typical horse boarding business plan.

  121. My dear friend is a horsewoman. I’ve learned a few things.

  122. *jaw drops*

    Y-y-you’re friends with a Centaur?

  123. sorry, that was stupid. I’m tired. ‘night

  124. Debbie erased Roger’s papers.


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