I don’t consider myself a “proud American” because most of the places I travel, that’ll get you…
Nathan Snyder

@Nathan S I share your admiration for Tim Cook and Apple’s stance on this issue, but I’m not sure why that should make you a proud American. Proud of being an American like Tim Cook I can understand. Being proud of being a certain nationality, whatever that means, could be why you may get adulterated soup. I have fellow Brits that I’d be proud to be associated with, but plenty more of whom I’m ashamed. Perhaps we should wake up to the notion that blind nationalism/patriotism isn’t the way any more: if it ever was.

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