Karrie, "I find advertising to be a cost I am not willing to pay for." "I'm just not willing to pay the extra for 'Coke', or 'Triscuits' or 'Cheerios' when I can get 'Cola', 'Wheat Crispies', or 'Toasted O's' for half the price."
But what if they were the same price? And what if they were marked as Jew food?
On the one hand you say that you won't pay for advertising because you believe that it drives up your costs. That's way more onerous than avoiding Jew-blessed food. Then you conclude that you just buy the cheapest products. That is expedient and objective. But brand names, including President's Choice, are in every shopping cart you fill, and the advertising budget of the no-name store is one of the largest among retailers in the country.
If this cad is not racist, then she's in training. And some people, like Pangloss, just don't go for racism, and neither do I. So while the racists rave, on a good day, the silent majority will offer only disapproval. This social process is called Canadian Conditioning, if you will. And if a innocent and naive girl get's blindsided she will recover. This is not an excuse for wreckless social censureship, but it's the way things are in reality space in Canada.