Listen: Eastwest, David Lee Quinn And Vancouver discussed on Laura Ingraham
"Grocery stores, urging customers to rethink plastic with embarrassing bags EastWest market hopes to humorous bags like war, wart, ornament, wholesale will persuade shoppers to shun single use bags. The concerns people they think is fair for the environment have bags, but people still are offer them, so the way to humiliate them so customers who won't bring in their own bags to the east west market, and Vancouver will instead have to carry their groceries home in bags, read a word Ortmann or into the weird adult video or into the weird adult video emporium for that encourage us to bring your own, you know, very green bag, or would you be okay, carrying those plastic bags totally okay? I would double down on that, but not the weird adult video. Emporium. Yeah, that would be played because everyone knows that logo. And they'll know that these are knockoffs and they'll think I'm going to a knockoff place. David Lee Quinn, the shop's owner insisted that this plan wasn't to embarrassed customers, quote, we wanted to give them something eumerus, but also something that made them think, at the same time, it's human nature not to want to be told what to do. And apparently they tried to implement, you know, five cents"