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So recently, I made a bold statement. I stood up on my reel and said, You know what? I don’t support Tim Hortons.
We were going to a coffee shop and I had a friend that said, Hey, let’s go to Starbucks. I’m like, I don’t want to go to Starbucks. I don’t really want to pay $8 for a coffee. I don’t really like coffee to begin with, or to pay six bucks for a tea and I can’t even pronounce their words.
So I was like, man, I don’t really want to go to Starbucks. And then then he’s like, Well, let’s go to Tim Hortons. I’m like, No, I’m not going to Tim Hortons. I said, Don’t support Tim Hortons. And he said, Why? And so I explained it to him. And then I did a quick reel on social media.
I’m also going to talk about segregation. I’m going to talk about what happened in the last couple of years. Some people aren’t going to want to hear about it. It’s so much easier to bury your head in the sand and pretend nothing has happened or nothing did happen. It seems like so much has just been forgotten about.
And so, yeah, let’s do it. Let’s get dirty. We’re going to talk about some politics. We’re going to talk about what’s right and wrong. We’re going to talk about what, in my opinion, was good and bad and maybe we can do something about it.