|simon666 - 2011-08-03 |
Everything's a fuckin' travesty with you, man!
|urbanelf - 2011-08-03 |
One for every second that I could tolerate.
Shoulda stuck around for him to ask for donations. He has a follow-up to this too where he takes down the haters. He apparently also screens his comments and deletes the ones that out him for an attention whore who uses the "activist" guise to get money from people who agree with this shit. He's pretty detestable.
|Konversekid - 2011-08-03 |
Edited to *cut* perfection.
I listened more. I don't want the out-takes. He asked for the music to be turned down and they did. OUTRAGE!
|StanleyPain - 2011-08-03 |
Boy, I wish people would give me donations so I can keep going into business and behaving like a fucktard.
|Mother_Puncher - 2011-08-03 |
In a world of first world problems, Jeff4justice sets out to take down the whitest, most miniscule problems there are: bad service at Starbucks after closing. This summer, join Jeff as he quests to draw the line between making a difference and making an ass out of yourself. You will be on the edge of your seat, about to leave when you experience this level of pettiness of...
|Oktay - 2011-08-04 |
I don't want to think about what might happen if someone were to take his stapler.
HE'LL FILM YOU AND PUT YOU ON THE SPOT!! TAKE THAT!
|Riskbreaker - 2011-08-04 |
I already have a low opinion on people that go to starbucks, this video is not helping.
|notascientist - 2011-08-04 |
The fact that he sounds constantly like he is on the verge of tears tells you everything you need to know about this guy and his mission in life. Being treated like something approximately like a human being by people to whom he is indirectly paying money is the locus of his last shred of perceived dignity.
It is telling that for Jeff, this isn't about some larger critique of capitalism, some David Foster Wallace-esque commentary on the ugliness of "service culture." It seems to be literally about telling a high schooler or some other desperate worker to do something, and then seeing them do it, all while pretending to care what he thinks.
If he had any respect for human dignity, he would tolerate the disaffected blasť of these Starbucks employees out of the natural camaraderie engendered by the horribleness of their stilted, modern lives. Instead, he harasses them and then records lengthy videos which no human could stand to watch. Ahh, modernity!
|Rudy - 2011-08-04 |
This man is discriminating against folks like me who go to Starbucks just for the opportunity to rock out under the speakers.
|The Mothership - 2011-08-04 |
An employee spoke out of turn to me: I demand his hide.
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