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Get the best attack on Howard Schultz of the day comes courtesy of the Daily Beast. The attack is about Starbucks is music. Now, I don't know how many people actually buy CDs from Starbucks. But apparently it was very important for the Daily Beast to run a full article on Starbucks is music. Here's the title somebody named Timothy Burke who spent waking hours on this the Starbucks music store under Howard Schultz was painfully white. So no actual allegations of him being a racist. But the music that I'm sure he did not pick happen to be made. By white people, very very very bad very bad stuff because he likes mellow jazz. And Bobby Darrin means Howard Schultz is racist racist over twenty one years. This comprehensive study found Sarah released and sold two hundred sixty two records using discography dot com. A good percentage of these were compilations like music for little hipsters or British folk these single artist albums are overwhelmingly from white musicians. According to a review by the Daily Beast in selling music in his coffee shops, Schultz insisted Starbucks would transform the retail record industry that didn't happen, but he did help ju- sales for well known bands and artists were predominantly well known or dead sonic youth. Paul McCartney Paul Simon and Jacob Dylan dominated the less alongside late black artists. Like Ray, Charles, John, Coltrane and Nina Simone, hip. Hop music was essentially completely absent from the stores racism rearing, its ugly, head in the music at Starbucks. So he shouldn't be president because something. Hey. A second. You're going to get to the real problem for Democrats, which is they're just too radical. I we need to talk about the underwear that currently Grace's your took us. So would you like to be wearing more comfortable underwear? This Valentine's Day, you should think about a gift that will be helpful to you and others that of course, it'd be.