Breaking News! Knights Templar Take "War on Christmas" to Starbucks; Vow Boycot

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    Bone Gap, IL -- The Grand Encampment of the Knights Templar, which heads all of the York Rite bodies in the US and Canada, announced this morning that they are promoting a national boycott of the Starbucks as a result of the coffee chain failing to supply a traditional Christmas-themed coffee cup.

    “It’s an insult to Americans everywhere,” said GEKT spokesperson David Goldstein. “Starbucks declared war on Christmas, and a war on Christmas means a war on Christians. The Knights Templar are the Masonic soldiers of Christ, and we will do whatever we can to defend the Christian faith.”

    Goldstein went on to say that the most important thing was to order all Knights, and their subordinate Council and Chapter bodies, to stop buying Starbucks coffee. Knowing that this would be a difficult deprivation, Fellow Knight Jon Chung came up with a plan. “Look, we’re only human,” he said. “Giving up coffee completely is ridiculous. But we taste-tested the coffees at a number of other chains, and we’re going to give our recommendations to the American Commanderies around the US and Canada. There are lots of other chains that have good coffee.”

    Knights will be directed to buy their coffee from Tim Hortons, Dunkin Donuts, and surprisingly, McDonalds. “There are two reasons for this,” explained strategist Amar Singh. “First, McDonald’s actually has good coffee, according to the various blind taste tests that we’ve had. But there’s also the fact that they sell it under the Golden Arches, which ties into our Royal Arch Degree. I’m sure that all Sir Knights can get behind that idea.” He paused for a moment and added, “Plus, there’s the extra bonus that a medium coffee at McDonald’s is still only a dollar. Since most of our brothers are a bit tight, that may end up being the biggest reason of all.”

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  2. pointwithinacircle2

    pointwithinacircle2 Rapscallion Premium Member

    The worst part about moving away from my childhood home in the Midwest is that I cannot get Tim Horton's coffee where I live now! :(
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  3. admarcus1

    admarcus1 Registered User

    Since Starbucks hates Christmas so much, I refuse to by any of their Christmas CDs, Christmas Themed gift cards, or advent calendars. How dare a corporate entity acknowledge the existence of non-Christians in any way, shape or form. If we are not vigilant, they might try to force feed us latkes and sufganiyot.
  4. Brother JC

    Brother JC Vigilant Staff Member

    Red is SUCH a non-traditional Christmas colour...
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  5. Classical

    Classical Premium Member

    My dad once snuck one of my G.I. joes into the manger scene..... I guess he was a secret agent in the war. Who knew? ;)

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