If you can read this, either the style sheet didn't load or you have an older browser that doesn't support style sheets. Try clearing your browser cache and refreshing the page.

(Politico)   "Papa" John who is worth $600M, lives in a $7M mansion (with a 22-car garage), pays his employees an average of $7 per hour and is doing a $30M "free pizza" promotion is upset that he has to spend $8M to provide his employees with healthcare   (politico.com) divider line 706
    More: Stupid, Papa John, obamacare, John Schnatter, Justen Charters, Manchurian Candidate, Facebook users, Boehner, Red Lobster  
•       •       •

4083 clicks; posted to Politics » on 16 Nov 2012 at 3:31 PM (2 years ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



706 Comments   (+0 »)
   
View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest

Archived thread

First | « | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | » | Last | Show all
 
2012-11-16 04:48:01 PM  
 
2012-11-16 04:48:13 PM  

Bloody William: whidbey: Dancin_In_Anson: MithrandirBooga: Capitalism is dying.

It's not dying per se. It's being killed by those that this it's the enemy.

Spit it out, man.

Those that this it's the enemy are killing it.


All your bakes...are belong to us?
 
2012-11-16 04:48:19 PM  
John Schnatter, who has said President Barack Obama's health care reform law will cause prices to jump by 11 to 14 cents per pizza, and has said employee hours may be scaled back.

This is the biggest load of crap. You don't raise prices because expenses go up. If I'm selling a Rusty Kuntz rookie card for five cents, and then I wreck my car, I don't mark up the card to $20,000 to pay for the car. You price your product at a level that you think will maximize profits. You raise prices to what people will pay. That's called business.

Why not raise the prices by $1.00 and give your employees a 401(k)? I mean, if sales don't drop, that is. Why not raise prices $2.00 and keep the extra money? Because it doesn't work like that and you know it. Ass.
 
2012-11-16 04:49:12 PM  

whidbey: Nabb1: even on top of that stupid delivery fee

The HORROR.


Hey, some people consider that part of the tip and reduce it. Personally, I think it's silly that a business that is built around delivery would add a delivery fee.
 
2012-11-16 04:49:29 PM  

Mrtraveler01: jst3p: Mrtraveler01: Semi-Sane: Education would be more affordable if student aid was eliminated.

[www.lolwut.com image 533x594]

Link

It is debatable.

FTA:

It's time to let colleges compete for your business. By limiting the loan money available and requiring full payment, students will have to shop for the best deals, work hard to complete class credits faster, and pick majors that might actually produce well-paying jobs.

While the goal of getting more lower-income Americans enrolled in college is noble and education can be a key to lifting future generations out of poverty, providing more "easy money" from government is obviously not the answer.

There is just one problem with that. Prior to these loans, a lot of people couldn't afford to go to college because colleges weren't lowering prices in order to compete with other schools. That's why these programs were created in the first place, because the free market wasn't doing enough to ensure that everyone had an access to higher education.

Treating the higher education industry like it was the pizza delivery industry is not the answer. Getting rid of these loans will not bring the price down, it'll just leave students out in the cold and unable to get an education.


I am not in favor of ending student loans, but I think that there is merit in the idea that it is helping to inflate the costs of college. I think it is more accurate to say that these loans increase the costs but still make college more attainable for many people. Then again I havent studied it in depth.
 
2012-11-16 04:49:46 PM  
I might be confused...Papa John's is raising prices 11 to 14 cents to cover costs and people are going to go eat there and pay more to stick to Obamacare?

Does that help the situation, not hurt it?

And TFA said something about the right sticking it to the left by trying to hurt business profits, but yet they willing pay more to keep the profits of the business and the owner laughs all the way to the bank all while hoping people will get laid off so they don't have insurance?


ffs...I have no idea what is going on anymore in this country...I feel like I'm on crazy pills. Does everybody hate everybody? Is that the thing?
 
2012-11-16 04:49:49 PM  
Papa John Schnatter of Papa Johns says Obamacare would cause him to raise prices or lay off workers. In January he bought 3 condos for $23 million. According to Glassdoor's average hourly income for drivers, the average Papa John's delivery person working 40 hours a week needs to work nearly 1,500 years to afford that house.

In his defense, healthcare that would keep someone alive for 1,500 years must be very expensive.
 
2012-11-16 04:49:58 PM  

NateGrey: skullkrusher: no, not really. Do you ever get tired of trying so hard only to fail time and time and time and time again?

Can you stick to trolling one thread a day, reading your idiocy in multiple threads gets so very tiring.


/vote NateGrey
 
2012-11-16 04:50:26 PM  

Nabb1: Better places to go to? Plenty. Delivery options are a bit more limited. Pizza is not this town's strong point. My favorite is Magazine Pizza, but they take about an hour and are kind of far so the pizza is rarely hot when we get it. I get Papa John's in about twenty minutes, which is a big factor when you have a two year old and a four year old who are hungry and want their pizza. That said, I would endorse Magazine Pizza over Papa John's any day of the week.


Looks pretty tasty.

But you're right, unless you're in the CBD, it's probably not an option.
 
2012-11-16 04:50:38 PM  

whidbey: Bloody William: whidbey: Dancin_In_Anson: MithrandirBooga: Capitalism is dying.

It's not dying per se. It's being killed by those that this it's the enemy.

Spit it out, man.

Those that this it's the enemy are killing it.

All your bakes...are belong to us?


Papa John's is cutting employees' hours from 40 to not pay for health care. That's as many as four tens. And that's terrible.
 
2012-11-16 04:50:47 PM  

Nabb1: whidbey: Nabb1: even on top of that stupid delivery fee

The HORROR.

Hey, some people consider that part of the tip and reduce it. Personally, I think it's silly that a business that is built around delivery would add a delivery fee.


And just think, you wouldn't have to pay that delivery fee if you got up off your ass and picked up the pizza yourself.
 
2012-11-16 04:51:16 PM  

HotWingConspiracy: JerseyTim: It's unbelievable that you can make $600 million selling shiatty pizza.

No.

[img.photobucket.com image 375x500]

[img.photobucket.com image 700x576]

[img.photobucket.com image 640x480]

[img.photobucket.com image 625x600]


i1162.photobucket.com
 
2012-11-16 04:51:39 PM  

Bloody William: muck4doo: It's a perfect left wing circle of derp from another entitled child who thinks everyone else is responsible for taking care of him. Health insurance has always been a perk employers offer, how you think it should be an entitlement backed by the government says a lot about you. Want health insurance? Find a job that offers it. If you insist on making pizzas for dirt cheap, and no health insurance, well, that's on you. There are other pizza places that do offer benefits. Go apply at one of them. If Pappa John finds no one wants to make a serious career there for lack of health insurance, he might start offering it. Insisting someone else take care of your every whim and need as an entitlement or right is setting you up for a lot of disappointment in life. We already have programs in place to help those without insurance and, you can try looking them up if you're ever bored.

Do you understand the concept of a living wage? The idea being that you can provide for yourself completely with your wages. Guess what? Health care makes that in-farking-possible for most Americans. If health insurance isn't provided by employers, the costs are astronomically high for individuals and families. And those "programs in place?" They're pretty flimsy and constantly being threatened to be defunded by Republicans who decry their very existence as rewarding the dregs of society for doing nothing. Single payer health care would be great and would mean this wouldn't be an issue, but that's off the farking table by the same assholes who 1: want to cut all government programs, 2: applaud businessmen like Crappy Pizza Man for exerting their righteous job creator powers, and 3: fail to understand that people can go bankrupt paying for their health care if they aren't part of a plan. And 4: hate Obamacare in every way.

Guess what? There's no winning for employees here as long as you defend assholes like this.


Seriously, I would rather see single payer than this clusterfark.
 
2012-11-16 04:51:55 PM  
Papa Johns: Pizza = According to Jim: Comedy
 
2012-11-16 04:51:57 PM  

whidbey: Nabb1: whidbey: Nabb1: even on top of that stupid delivery fee

The HORROR.

Hey, some people consider that part of the tip and reduce it. Personally, I think it's silly that a business that is built around delivery would add a delivery fee.

And just think, you wouldn't have to pay that delivery fee if you got up off your ass and picked up the pizza yourself.


Shut up, I am raiding.

LEROOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOY JEEEEEEEEEEEEEENKINS!
 
2012-11-16 04:51:59 PM  

NYCNative: Papa John Schnatter of Papa Johns says Obamacare would cause him to raise prices or lay off workers. In January he bought 3 condos for $23 million. According to Glassdoor's average hourly income for drivers, the average Papa John's delivery person working 40 hours a week needs to work nearly 1,500 years to afford that house.


Who are you to question what your betters do? Shut up and watch the clock.
 
2012-11-16 04:52:37 PM  

skullkrusher: The point of my math question was that Papa John's has 16,500 employees and 4,000 locations.


No, I got that. I then called it a stupid point because it is a stupid point. Let me know when you've caught up to that point.

Gaseous Anomaly: If every restaurant was subject to the mandate, and/or this wasn't a franchised business, prices go up and life goes on. But the mixture of restaurants subject and not subject to the mandate, plus the price-fixing of franchises, could get ugly.


Yup. It's going to be interesting to see how this plays out, especially if corporate decides to start strongarming to score some political points.
 
2012-11-16 04:52:38 PM  
The guy gives money to the University of Louisville.... isn't that enough reason not to eat there?

/Pizza tonight!
//local pizza place, NOT Papa John's
///aren't slashies supposed to come in threes?
 
2012-11-16 04:52:49 PM  
John Schnatter deserves to have more than one mansion, those poors who work for him don't deserve to have health insurance.

Got it yet, libs??
 
2012-11-16 04:53:01 PM  

whidbey: Nabb1: whidbey: Nabb1: even on top of that stupid delivery fee

The HORROR.

Hey, some people consider that part of the tip and reduce it. Personally, I think it's silly that a business that is built around delivery would add a delivery fee.

And just think, you wouldn't have to pay that delivery fee if you got up off your ass and picked up the pizza yourself.


If the founder being a narcissist isn't going to stop me from ordering, what makes you think a measly extra couple of bucks will?
 
2012-11-16 04:53:04 PM  

jst3p: I am not in favor of ending student loans, but I think that there is merit in the idea that it is helping to inflate the costs of college. I think it is more accurate to say that these loans increase the costs but still make college more attainable for many people. Then again I havent studied it in depth


It's a valid point. But these same people fail to offer a solution outside of "get rid of the loans and let the free market do the work" which is a horrible, horrible, idea because it won't work and we'll be back to where we were where only people who have the money can go to school leaving many out in the cold. 

Maybe I'm wrong and they do have alternative and I would be interested to hear it.
 
2012-11-16 04:53:27 PM  
Is there anyway this farking subhuman piece of shiat can go back riot without his employees losing their jobs? Because, if so, I'd like that to happen. fark him, his mansion and his 22-car garage. You wouldn't be where you are without your employees asshole. So you may only be worth $595 million with Obamacare. I think you'll live. fark you Papa John. I'm glad I stopped eating your pizza. It tastes like shiat anyway when you're out of college and sober.
 
2012-11-16 04:54:04 PM  

jst3p: Mrtraveler01: Semi-Sane: Education would be more affordable if student aid was eliminated.

[www.lolwut.com image 533x594]

Link

It is debatable.


Supply and demand. It's debatable.
 
2012-11-16 04:54:15 PM  

whidbey: Spit it out, man.


If you think that the US has anything near a competitive capitalist economy, you're kidding yourself. This video is over 30 year old...FF to about the 10 minute mark (actually you should watch all 46 minutes) and insert damn near any regulatory body for ICC. Same song, different verse.
 
2012-11-16 04:54:18 PM  

therealfloydthursby: John Schnatter, who has said President Barack Obama's health care reform law will cause prices to jump by 11 to 14 cents per pizza, and has said employee hours may be scaled back.

This is the biggest load of crap. You don't raise prices because expenses go up. If I'm selling a Rusty Kuntz rookie card for five cents, and then I wreck my car, I don't mark up the card to $20,000 to pay for the car. You price your product at a level that you think will maximize profits. You raise prices to what people will pay. That's called business.

Why not raise the prices by $1.00 and give your employees a 401(k)? I mean, if sales don't drop, that is. Why not raise prices $2.00 and keep the extra money? Because it doesn't work like that and you know it. Ass.


Pretty much. The shareholders should get on his ass for leaving money on the table. That's just bad business.
 
2012-11-16 04:54:22 PM  

muck4doo: Seriously, I would rather see single payer than this clusterfark.


... wow. I have absolutely no argument. I was not expecting that. Glad we can agree.

Nabb1: Better places to go to? Plenty. Delivery options are a bit more limited. Pizza is not this town's strong point. My favorite is Magazine Pizza, but they take about an hour and are kind of far so the pizza is rarely hot when we get it. I get Papa John's in about twenty minutes, which is a big factor when you have a two year old and a four year old who are hungry and want their pizza. That said, I would endorse Magazine Pizza over Papa John's any day of the week.


If you're not in a city, delivery options tend to suck, but that doesn't mean you should settle for shiatty pizza. There should be a few decent pizza places around you can pick up, and it's so much of a problem you can make your own pizza really easily. Go to your supermarket and get some pizza dough from their deli section, a cheese mix (or make your own mix), and some decent sauce. It's literally five minutes to prep and it's fresh from the oven in an hour. Not New York-style, but a good meal. You can also put any combination of toppings you want on it. And it should cost half as much as a delivery pizza.~
 
2012-11-16 04:54:44 PM  

COMALite J: I alone am best: FunkyBlue: I alone am best: AdolfOliverPanties: Dancin_In_Anson: What's this guy's story? Not much in wiki. How did he get his start?

Bootstraps. Had to be bootstraps.

Subby forgot to mention that this guy's pizza is farking terrible.

Compared to all the other fast food pizza, papa johns is awesome.

Sadly, yes. It's the garlic butter.

If I had to compare it to other dominos. little caesars, pizza hut ect I would have to say it was the bread. All the bread from the other places sits like a rock in my gut. So I would rank it as follows.

Papa Johns
Pizza Hut
Dominos/Sbarro

Little Caesars

Have you tried Dominos Artisan pizza? The crust is wildly different from their regular pizzas (like a truly hand-tossed crust), and overall they′re actually pretty yummy. The Spinach & Feta is my favorite. I just wish they′d let you add ingredients: adding chicken to that one should be quite good indeed, a nice Florentine-style pizza. A single Artisan pizza serves two people for lunch or one really hungry person for dinner.

The American Legends are also pretty good, but are on the same crusts as their regular pizzas. Speaking of which, they recently replaced their Deep Dish crust with a new Pan crust, and they also offer a gluten-free crust.

In short, Dominos has not stood still. If you′re judging them based on ½ a decade or more ago, give ′em another try. It′s really not the same anymore.


One of the few intelligent comments on this thread. Yes, Dominos has greatly improved.

Other than this, this thread appears to be a uberlib mutual masturbation thread.
 
2012-11-16 04:54:46 PM  
His pizza sucks anyway. It give me butt pee every time.
 
2012-11-16 04:54:51 PM  

Mrtraveler01: jst3p: I am not in favor of ending student loans, but I think that there is merit in the idea that it is helping to inflate the costs of college. I think it is more accurate to say that these loans increase the costs but still make college more attainable for many people. Then again I havent studied it in depth

It's a valid point. But these same people fail to offer a solution outside of "get rid of the loans and let the free market do the work" which is a horrible, horrible, idea because it won't work and we'll be back to where we were where only people who have the money can go to school leaving many out in the cold. 

Maybe I'm wrong and they do have alternative and I would be interested to hear it.


Fully agree, I was just defending the original point. It is a valid one.
 
2012-11-16 04:54:56 PM  
Money is their God...I get that...but damn.

This is why I fail.
 
2012-11-16 04:55:10 PM  

Nabb1: whidbey: Nabb1: even on top of that stupid delivery fee

The HORROR.

Hey, some people consider that part of the tip and reduce it. Personally, I think it's silly that a business that is built around delivery would add a delivery fee.


Well, at some places part of that fee does go to the driver, the rest goes to shiat like background checks for drivers. Still no excuse to not tip.
 
2012-11-16 04:55:22 PM  

Semi-Sane: Papa John is paying his employees exactly the wage they are worth. Working in a pizza place doesn't require much education or any decent technical skills or abilities. If they want to earn more they should get an education and find a better job, or they could always take a risk and start up their own business.


Well I disagree, they should make less. History has shown their sweat and toil doing common work is the work of slaves and they should all but be treated as such. What has that common work ever done for an economy?

If they want to be paid well they should do something productive like work on Wall Street or get a law degree, that's what makes our economy possible, not these lowlifes that think they can just float through life in a cushy pizza kitchen.
 
2012-11-16 04:55:40 PM  

ShadeeJake: His pizza sucks anyway. It give me butt pee every time.


You know you could just tip the driver with a few extra bucks instead.
 
2012-11-16 04:55:48 PM  

sprawl15: No, I got that. I then called it a stupid point because it is a stupid point. Let me know when you've caught up to that point.


and here I was thinking you called it a stupid point because you're frothing at the mouth trying to find a way to save face but, as usual, you got nothing. Boy is there egg on my face.
 
2012-11-16 04:58:09 PM  

bookman: Other than this, this thread appears to be a uberlib mutual masturbation thread.


Keep crying, shiathead. Papa John's pizza sucks and his rhetoric and treatment of employees rather than actually providing them health care because we don't have a single payer system is goddamn pathetic.
 
2012-11-16 04:59:51 PM  

skullkrusher: Boy is there egg on my face.


I don't know what's worse, that you're consistently wrong in every thread or that you're consistently proud of how many points that you ignored or went over your head.

I mean, you're here pissing your pants with nonsense about how franchisees are totally independent business people to justify your bad math caused by not knowing how tipped wages work. Just man up, say 'oops' and move on. Christ, it's not difficult.
 
2012-11-16 04:59:52 PM  

Dancin_In_Anson: whidbey: Spit it out, man.

If you think that the US has anything near a competitive capitalist economy, you're kidding yourself. This video is over 30 year old...FF to about the 10 minute mark (actually you should watch all 46 minutes) and insert damn near any regulatory body for ICC. Same song, different verse.


Ah, Milton Friedman. The Allah to Grover Norquist's Mohammed. fark him, he's the reason our deficit exploded and our economy nearly collapsed in the last 30 years. His school took the prosperity of post-World War II America and turned it into a playground for greedy plutocrats while stripping any opportunity for regular Americans to do well without doing into debt from school or bankruptcy from medical costs.
 
2012-11-16 05:01:09 PM  

Dancin_In_Anson: MithrandirBooga: Capitalism is dying.

It's not dying per se. It's being killed by those that this it's the enemy.


It is neither dying nor being killed - it is simply morphing into it's proper role in society - as a social tool, rather than a social system.
free-market capitalism is a great way to make money. It's a really shiatty way to try to govern a society.
Same thing applies to socialism actually. Great social tool - lousy social system.
I realize that this is wasted on those who think their personal political and economic beliefs constitute some Grand Unified Theory of human civilization.
Which is why moderates need to be in charge.
 
2012-11-16 05:01:28 PM  
And yet I'm guessing that he would also fight tooth-and nail against single payer healthcare that would take him, as the employer, out of the equation entirely.

This is not about his business, or even totally about his money. It's about poors having access to healthcare that he doesn't think they deserve.
 
2012-11-16 05:01:34 PM  

Blathering Idjut: propasaurus: Aarontology: Dancin_In_Anson: What's this guy's story? Not much in wiki. How did he get his start?

I think he used to be an exec at Dominos or Pizza Hut and bailed to start his own place a few years back.

Didn't he borrow the start up money from his dad? Y'know, the Romney Plan.

That's the guy that founded JIMMY Johns. Also a big Romney supporter.


Figures Jimmy James would be a Romney supporter.
 
2012-11-16 05:02:59 PM  

Bloody William: Ah, Milton Friedman. The Allah to Grover Norquist's Mohammed. fark him, he's the reason our deficit exploded and our economy nearly collapsed in the last 30 years


Because there has been a smaller regulatory business environment right?
 
2012-11-16 05:03:36 PM  

jst3p: ShadeeJake: His pizza sucks anyway. It give me butt pee every time.

You know you could just tip the driver with a few extra bucks instead.


I use to drive for Rosati's, You always tip the driver well.
 
2012-11-16 05:03:45 PM  

Bloody William: His school


Was totally ignored.
 
2012-11-16 05:03:54 PM  
Why is everyone going on about their favorite local piza joint. It aint that hard to make yourself people. I make a couple of pizzas each month for the family. Darn tasty if I do say so.
 
2012-11-16 05:03:54 PM  
These businesses complain yet they are part of the problem. They are screaming about how the government should not help anyone and the free market is the solution. Yet the "free market" has failed miserably on their part. The "free market" has squeezed the worker where even working full time they need government assistance like food stamps in order to eat and Medicaid for healthcare. Basically the "free market" is having the government already subsidize their workforce. The "free market" isn't paying people enough to afford health insurance, doesn't want universal coverage, and is now biatching the free market solution originally created by the Heritage Foundation is tantamount to communism.

What is the "free market's" solution then if they are against everything? Diffuculty, it can't be "fark you I got mine" or letting people die and/or go bankrupt when they get sick. The "capitalist" approach would be paying enough money to where the employee can afford basic necessities and healthcare with a full-time job and not need government assistance. The government is just filling the void where the "free market" has failed.  Either all you boot-strappy capitalists step up and fill that void you keep saying you are supposed to fill or STFU.
 
2012-11-16 05:04:00 PM  

skullkrusher: whidbey: RedPhoenix122: whidbey: jst3p: whidbey: jst3p: Some day these job creators will learn to keep their mouths shut, I hope the backlash against them causes great numbers of people to support other businesses.

I propose we have a "Bow to Your 1% Overlords" day at Papa John's.

By getting pizza somewhere else and eating it at PJs?

From Godfather's, perhaps?

No, some place...good.

But is there any "good" pizza owned and operated by the 1%, though, is the question...

that Ray guy's gotta be a 1%er. He's famous

/NY joke


I get it.

/never been to NY
 
2012-11-16 05:04:23 PM  
There's a relatively new Papa John's in the area that I had contemplated trying just because I had never had their pizza. Then this asshole started opening his big fat farkin' mouth and now his pizza is on the "Wouldn't eat it if free!" list. Fark this whiny little biatch baby and his store #3762!
 
2012-11-16 05:04:30 PM  

Freudian_slipknot: Cup Check: A country full of entitled fast food workers, grocery baggers, and store clerks who won't move up because it's "easy."

Bullshiat.

I've done all of those things and they are 100% WORSE than any white collar job I've had since. Hell, I'd work my current well-paying "skilled" job for minimum wage before I'd go back to fast food even if it paid my current salary.


I agree with this sentiment, but I wonder if there's a fundamental mentality difference between people on those two career paths. When you worked at your job, you probably cared about it, tried to do it right. Got frustratedfor the same two reasons I did:
1) having to work with loser subhumans who could barely pass a Turing test,
2) Irate customers treating you like those lazy roustabouts.

Now, contrast that with the lazy subhumans who have learned to embrace their dead end life and coast through their meaningless existence with apathy. Not only have they adopted a different outlook on life, but they also strive on the fact that their superiors are more or less the same kind of people they are.

If you took them out of their cozy mcjobs and put them in an office environment where people had actual expectations of them (and reacted accordingly when they neglected to meet those expectations), they'd have the same kind of frustrations you had in the world of minimum wage; only instead of irate customers biting their ear off about silly store policies they're powerless to change, it would be angry coworkers pissed off about their incompetence.

I don't know tough, I've never really been incompetent, so I'm not sure what it actually feels like. All the lifers in the summer jobs I worked were content though. My favorite was the 35 year old assistant night manager at Taco Bell telling me how great Taco Bell was for her, and the career paths it had opened up. Within a few years she hoped to be managing the day shift, which would pay at a minimum $35,000 a year.
 
2012-11-16 05:05:21 PM  

Dancin_In_Anson: If you think that the US has anything near a competitive capitalist economy, you're kidding yourself.


Boo-hoo-hoo, Americans have it sooooo bad in their number one economy with clean air and water and an embarrassment of consumer choices.
 
2012-11-16 05:05:28 PM  

propasaurus: Blathering Idjut: propasaurus: Aarontology: Dancin_In_Anson: What's this guy's story? Not much in wiki. How did he get his start?

I think he used to be an exec at Dominos or Pizza Hut and bailed to start his own place a few years back.

Didn't he borrow the start up money from his dad? Y'know, the Romney Plan.

That's the guy that founded JIMMY Johns. Also a big Romney supporter.

Figures Jimmy James would be a Romney supporter.


Wasn't he the one that threatened to move their HQ to Florida because Illinois wanted to raise its taxes?
 
Displayed 50 of 706 comments

First | « | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | » | Last | Show all

View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest


This thread is archived, and closed to new comments.

Continue Farking
Submit a Link »






Report