Krispy Kreme to Add 20 More Shops in ...

Krispy Kreme to Add 20 More Shops in SoCal

There are 7 comments on the Patch.com story from Jan 21, 2014, titled Krispy Kreme to Add 20 More Shops in SoCal. In it, Patch.com reports that:

Doughnut lovers rejoice. Krispy Kreme announced today that it will open 20 more shops across Southern California over the next seven years.

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Winchell

United States

#1 Jan 23, 2014
Illegal mexican aliens LOVE stuffing their fat little faces with our cheap donuts!
Ronald

Bellflower, CA

#2 Jan 23, 2014
Revolutionary Council delights in using punitive taxation and licensing requirements to enforce its "anti-consumer" ideology among Council controlled retail outlets. In olden times Council set legal precedence by imposing punitive tobacco seller licensing taxes to fight their war against the hated worker *("middle")* class minority who pay taxes.

Today the war has moved on past the shoppers who do not drive bicycles and the food eaters who do not use use expensive Council mandated - taxpayer funded - food stamps that are used to pay for "tree killing" paper grocery carry bags..

Council's wars now promote the "medication" of zonked out potheads and are fought to target little children and women who enjoy the simple pleasure of eating a delicious sugar filled doughnut. Krispy Kreme management should be aware of local revolutionary Governmental ideology that is out of control locally. This "pro-Green" ideology is designed to damage the economy by promoting the disproved economic theory that history is not lineal, rather than lineal.

Without dealing with the occupied expensive taxpayer funded Government university system where these regressive economic and social schemes are dreamed up, change will never be possible. Long Beach is home to one of the most radical of the revolutionary based California university system. The minority of city residents who pay taxes must unite in fraternal solidarity to speak with one voice. This destructive monument to pre-revolution days be stopped. It's time to close 'em down.

Ronald
Ronald

Bellflower, CA

#3 Jan 23, 2014
re: Erratum. post # 2 paragraph 3 should read:

"This "pro-Green" revolution ideology is designed to damage the economy by promoting the disproved economic theory that ** history is not cyclical, but rather, it is lineal***.

Ronald
Ronald

Bellflower, CA

#4 Jan 23, 2014
The children often ask me if things have always been the same as they are now. I always reply "no". I tell them that, since the 60s 70s era "California dreamin'" revolutionaries *(druggies)**(now in power)* seized control of California Government, the corrupt legal system and all levels of taxpayer funded academia, the quality of goods and services provided overtaxed Americans has dramatically declined. I explain to the little folks that this decline includes everything from toilet paper to the "provide your own heavily taxed disease spreading grocery carry bags" scheme.

I always provide the kiddies a link so they may research the matter themselves. For example, word has come from free America that "non politically correct" university students have successfully demanded that they be provided toilet paper that is comparable in quality that was available in pre-revolutionary times. Here is a link that the children can access.

Source: http://tinyurl.com/nekrvwp

Ronald
Ronald

Bellflower, CA

#5 Jan 23, 2014
Despite revolutionary Council having thrown a sop to its pals - the Big Union Bosses and the city's Big Coffee shop moguls - in the form of anti-competitive Lowenthal grocery carry bag harassment taxes, another major downtown grocery store has fled. Perhaps the site will be filled with an "new age" yoga business, an eyebrow braiding business or yet another expensive taxpayer funded revolutionary Government indoctrinational camp,- a so-called Government school.

It is easy,perhaps, for revolutionary Council to chalk up the exodus to its failed economic and social programs *(the downtown Albertson's operated on a tiny profit margin. Yet, it paid the Council imposed confiscatory "shakedown" tobacco sellers tax - unlike the "politically correct" Target stores )*- in order to serve its many customers who enjoy the simple pleasure of an occasional tobacco product. Even so, the many Africans who have swarmed into the downtown area from Compton in response to revolutionary Council's promise to "celebrate diversity" with them will now be inconvenienced.

Ronald
narrator

Los Angeles, CA

#6 Jan 24, 2014
Ronald wrote:
The children often ask me if things have always been the same as they are now.
And Ronald replied, "If you mean insofar as puppet shows in the park for free, nothing has changed since I was your age," as he slowly unzipped his pants behind the park lavatory.
Ronald

Bellflower, CA

#7 Jan 24, 2014
narrator wrote:
<quoted text>
And Ronald replied, "If you mean insofar as puppet shows in the park for free, nothing has changed since I was your age," as he slowly unzipped his pants behind the park lavatory.
narrator.

Yes. The elderly 60s 70s revolutionary destructoniks *(druggies)**(perverts)**(now in power)* and their idiot "love children" subscribe to the Orwellian view of history, a view that states he who controls the past controls the future, he who controls the present controls the past.

I always provide the little folks with an example when I counsel them. For example, the real Roseys' the Riveters who did their part to win the war while the boys were "over there" were overwhelmingly decent users of tobacco products. Yet, the revolutionaries who now exercise complete control over Big California Government, its corrupt legal system, all levels of failed academia, and yes, even the little children themselves, use hard earned taxpayer money that is taken from the tiny minority of city residents who pay taxes to name public parks after those gallant silver hair ladies. Rosey herself, though, would be prohibited from using her own park under penalty of revolutionary LAW! because she is a decent tobacco user.

Ronald

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