So I followed the link, and went to the AFA site and sent this letter.
Dear President Conant:
I request that continue to promote tolerance and equality and remain active and positive in the culture war. I certainly hope you will honor my request by placing more ads in Queer publications like "The Advocate" and other mainstream National Media. Campbell's should take sides in a political battle, and please continue to put your efforts in producing the finest products you can. (BTW can you make a few Gluten-Free ones for us Celiacs? I miss my chicken soup! Thank you!)
I will tell American Family Association to shove their intolerance up their collective asses. I would love to continue to purchase your products. Thank you for taking the high road!
Should you want to send an email directly to the Campbells President its: firstname.lastname@example.org
I liked the idea of hijacking AFA site, but there's no way in hell I want them getting my contact info.
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So I starting showing him the various uses of hankys. Neckerchief, smoke inhibitor for fire, mask for holdups, kleenex. Then I remember something...the Hanky Codes.
Ike brought home a light, almost neon green hanky. After looking it up I found out that a light green hanky can mean he's either hustling or looking to pick up a hustler, depending on which pocket it gets stuffed into.
I am amused.
I wonder if the kindergarden teacher thought of this.
It should not be this damn difficult.
I'm anticipating a night of not having my mask slide off my face.
As soon as the kids who had a long nap go to bed...gonna be a long night.