September 07, 2017

Generation Trudeau: Millennials debate Harvey’s Burgers name change in light of hurricane

David MenziesMission Specialist

Shakespeare once opined, “What’s in a name?” Alas, the immortal bard wrote this before political correctness became a fact of life. 

(LANGUAGE WARNING)

To wit, should Cara Operations change the name of its burger chain, Harvey’s, out of respect for the victims of Hurricane Harvey?

Watch as I share the tsunami of debate this idea generated among members of Generation Trudeau After Dark. 

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commented 2017-09-08 21:05:22 -0400
Hey, at least they were friendly and one even posed as one of TheRebel’s journalists! That’s a good thing.
commented 2017-09-08 09:54:30 -0400
If you stand for nothing, then you’ll fall for anything. This is the mentally that is being formed in our school system. When there are no rules and no boundaries this is what happens to the human mind. I do wonder if they can be deprogrammed or not. Hopefully a good dose of reality will help them to see how they have been played and used as pawns by the Marxists.
commented 2017-09-08 02:29:50 -0400
How about changing it to “Harvey’s, the Hurricane of Deliciousness”?
commented 2017-09-07 22:56:08 -0400
MENZOID !
You cause me pain , I have a head ache from driving through the mountains with thick smoke, when I am forced to laff , the pain increases
But I need that laff
commented 2017-09-07 21:26:07 -0400
Nothing is too insane for generation dhuuuuuh. Today I see twitter feed where the zombie continuum are labeling weather events as “racist” and blaming them on the president – we just don’t have enough psychiatric resources to treat this wide spread mental illness.
commented 2017-09-07 21:05:34 -0400
Harold Huff, lol!
commented 2017-09-07 20:02:13 -0400
I believe we have to go back to the famous song by the band “the Scorpions”, called “Rock you like a Hurricane” and change it to something less triggering, we’re suggesting … “Rock you like a summer breeze”