June 9, 2018
Starbucks recently transformed itself from a coffee shop chain to a chain of homeless shelters that sells coffee.
Naturally, they are going to have to increase the price on coffee to cover the costs involved with housing the homeless.
Starbucks boosted coffee prices across most U.S. locations this week, just days after opening its shops and bathrooms to non-paying guests.
On Tuesday, customers of the coffee giant saw the price of a 12-ounce cup of java jump from $1.95 to $2.15, while some locations raised coffee prices by ten cents.
“This price adjustment was not related to last week’s store closures and trainings,” a spokesperson for Starbucks claimed.
It’s not related to the store closings.
It’s related to the new policy of allowing crackheads to come and use your bathrooms and sleep in your stores.
And you’re going to have to keep raising the prices, because fewer and fewer customers are going to come into your stores because they aren’t interested in sharing space with homeless nigger crackheads.
No matter how liberal they claim to be, they do not want to share a table with a stinking street nigger crackhead.
As we know, exposure to diversity increases racism.
That is a tested fact.
The customers of Starbucks are progressive because they live privileged middle-class urbanite lives, sheltered from diversity.
Starbucks is forcing them to confront the harsh reality of what their values mean by turning their stores into homeless shelters, and they are not going to like that. It is going to cause them cognitive dissonance, but they will deal with it.
Just like totally and completely anti-racist parents talk about “good schools” when they actually mean “white schools,” urbanite coffee-drinking wifi users will talk about something like “a less corporate vibe” when they move to coffee shops that do not have an open door policy for homeless crackheads.
I always hated Starbucks, well before I was ever a neon-nazi white supremist skin-hater, because it replaced the sort of coffee shops that were around when I was a teenager where they used to have interesting local art and open mic acoustic guitar nights. And I can see that scene ready to make a come back now.
“Less corporate vibe” is the perfect excuse to abandon Starbucks without saying “I can’t stand sitting next to these stinking nigger crackheads.”
It really is incredible that /pol/ was able to bully Starbucks into allowing the homeless to camp out in their stores.
And mark my words, it will destroy the company.
Nothing else can happen.
They cannot possibly manage a massive homeless population camping out in their stores, and then keep selling expensive coffee (you are really buying a comfortable place to hang out and use wifi or talk to friends or business acquaintances more than the coffee) to well-off white people.
It just ain’t gonna work.
Homeless people won’t really be swarming until winter time. But come winter time, they will swarm.