Jew Jeans, Pick My Mad Cotton, So There! (Continuation 12).


Levi Jeans has decided they don’t want customers with guns in their stores. Seems reasonable to me. I don’t want to be around people with loaded guns while looking for a pair of jeans. Naturally, the gun fondlers are more than a tad upset. As far as they are concerned, this means all Levi stores will be rushed by eager robbers, as I guess the only thing that keeps them out are armed customers. Who knew?

Gun rights advocates erupted in predictable outrage Wednesday after the famed denim brand Levi Strauss & Co asked customers not to carry firearms in its stores.

“Providing a safe environment to work and shop is a top priority for us at Levi Strauss & Co,” CEO Chip Bergh wrote Wednesday in a LinkedIn post. “That imperative is quickly challenged, however, when a weapon is carried into one of our stores. Recently, we had an incident in one of our stores where a gun inadvertently went off, injuring the customer who was carrying it.”

Bergh noted that as an international brand, the company felt impacted by the attacks in Paris, Nice and Orlando, adding “the presence of firearms in our stores creates an unsettling environment for many of our employees and customers.”

The Levi’s CEO said the company’s policy “boils down to this: You shouldn’t have to be concerned about your safety while shopping for clothes or trying on a pair of jeans.”

2nd Amendment activists took to Twitter calling for a boycott of the brand.

There’s a selection of said tweets at Raw Story, many calling for a boycott of the “Jew Jeans”.

Colorado Doctor Michelle Herren (Denver Channel, screenshot).

Colorado Doctor Michelle Herren (Denver Channel, screenshot).

An anesthesiologist with Denver Health is facing backlash over her racist Facebook remarks about First Lady Michelle Obama, the Denver Post reports.

Dr. Michelle Herren responded to a post about Obama’e eloquence, which also noted that the first lady was a graduate of Princeton University and then Harvard Law.

Herren wrote, “Doesn’t seem to be speaking too eloquently here, thank god we can’t hear her!” She added, “Harvard??? That’s a place for ‘entitled’ folks said all the liberals!”

JoAnn Nieto, a friend of the original poster told the Denver Post that she was outraged by the comments, and especially after learning where Herren worked. “It really outraged me to see that she works at Denver Health, which serves a huge minority population,” Nieto said.

Herren’s comments got progressively worse. In a following comment, she wrote, “Monkey face and poor ebonic English!!! There! I feel better and am still not racist!!! Just calling it like it is!” But she is “still not racist.”

Okay, you aren’t a racist. An evil, thoughtless, idiotic bigot. Better now?

Full story here.

As for the last story, I’ll just leave this here, you can find details here and here:



  1. Crimson Clupeidae says

    I hope these assholes keep outing themselves. The only good thing from all this is that the public outcry seems to drown out the support in most cases.

    Maybe those asshole bigots will realize they weren’t the ‘silent majority’ all along, and going back to being silent is a safer tact. I just worry about all the people that will get hurt in the meantime.

  2. says


    I hope these assholes keep outing themselves.

    Oh they will, can’t help themselves. They think they are safe now, to say this isht. I was reading the other day (couldn’t confirm) that Trump is having another run of cheap caps made, with USA on the front, and ’45’ on the side, which he’ll sell at an enormously inflated price. Something to look out for -- when you see one, you know who to stay away from.

  3. Ice Swimmer says

    Anesthesiologist, right? AFAIK, their actions at work are life-and-death things. I wouldn’t trust my life in her hands, even as a white dude.

  4. militantagnostic says

    As far as they are concerned, this means all Levi stores will be rushed by eager robbers, as I guess the only thing that keeps them out are armed customers. Who knew?

    I briefly worked in tool rental in a Home Depot store in Calgary. Both the cashier training and loss prevention courses covered how to handle a an armed robbery. I always wondered why the training emphasized preventing anyone from realizing you were being robbed unless instructed otherwise by the robber. I now realize that the last thing Home Depot wanted was some concealed carry jackass discovering what was going on and turning the loss of a few hundred bucks into a bloodbath.

  5. Knabb says

    Oh no. Levi’s efforts to keep people from walking into their stores heavily armed are being responded to by people who insist on going heavily armed everywhere with a boycott. What a tragic situation for Levi, and what an effective way for those commando wannabes to stick it to them. It’s just so sad for those of us that don’t want to be in an environment characterized by a bunch of deadly weapons that they won’t be bringing deadly weapons into that environment. Truly a tragedy.

  6. cubist says

    Levi’s doesn’t want heavily armed people wandering around Levi’s stores; heavily armed people don’t want to enter Levi’s stores. Sounds like a win-win scenario to me!

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