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    Tempe citizen "did not feel safe" in presence of police officers

    It appears snowflakes now can exist even in the heat of the desert Southwest.

    https://www.foxnews.com/food-drink/s...l-safe-reports
    Whatever adjective or verb comes to mind, I am...NotSo.

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    I got as far as Starbucks. Enough said.
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    Well......I wouldn't trust anyone that patronizes that place. It's not by coincidence that they chose terrorist green as their company colors.
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    Hmmm. So if they are asked to leave and don't, who are they gonna call?

    And people say words aren't powerful. This "snowflake" learned somewhere that cops are a threat. What idiot parent or community activist is feeding people these tidbits of idiocy?

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    I don't go to Starbucks because it's not save. They get robbed and burn down all the time and nobody comes to help them out. It's just not safe to go tto one.

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    If someone tells me "I don't feel safe around those police officers" my first thought is "what kind of criminal are you?"
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    First of all, their coffee pretty much sucks. I made and drank better coffee on board several Navy vessels. The same stuff we used to clean decks and brightwork. Second, I guess if Starbucks needs a cop, maybe they ought to call the Hollywood elite or the swamp in Washington.
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    If I was one of those officers, I would have used a "Smokey and the Bandit" quote from Burt Reynolds:

    "Do the letters 'F.O.' mean anything to you?"

    As for Starbucks, a robbery at that location followed by the Tempe Police responding with obvious lack of concern should get their point across.
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    I saw this article earlier this morning. I have never been to a Starbucks and have no plans to in the future.

    I would love to be the store manager when something like this happens: So Miss snowflake would you like a lid for your coffee before you leave? Or I would be happy to refund your money before you leave.

    Simple stuff really.

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    That video almost leaves me at a lost for words. Most of the words I want to say are not appropriate for a public forum. The so called coffee shop manager who asked the officers to leave needs to wake up! The world does not exist to make everything "not offensive" to him or her or a customer. Quite the opposite in fact. There is a lot I want to say but will not.
    Leave Starbucks, never go back. Tell all your friends.
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