�1997 Fathers Manifesto 

Supporters of the Boycott 
 
http://home.earthlink.net/~proadvocate

 
Jack in The Crack's food sucks, anyway. 
Don King 
 

Fathers' Manifesto wrote: 

> Dear Jeff, 

> Thanks for those additions to the boycott list. 

> We will keep a page entitled boycott.htm to track these 
> organizations. 

> All other additions are invited and appreciated. 

> Sincerely, 

> John Knight 

> -----Original Message----- 
> From: Jeff Fleming <[email protected]
> To: [email protected] <[email protected]
> Date: Monday, December 08, 1997 10:18 PM 
> Subject: Boycott List 

> >OK, I suppose boycott lists have been done before, but here is mine: 
> > 
> >Racing Champions, Inc. 
> >Toys R Us 
> >Target 
> >Wal Mart 
> >      All the above for selling the  Child Support Recovery car, 
> >without also offering  a father custody patrol car (see below.) 
> > 
> >3M , for refusing to stop selling its anti-male post-it-notes 
> >(ask Fred Hayward) 
> >Hallmark, for refusing to stop selling its anti-male greeting 
> >cards 
> > 
> >Foodmaker, Inc, owner of the Jack-in-the-Box chain, because the 
> >chairman and his wife used their influence to intensify the 
> >prosecution of Dale Akiki, falsely and laughably accused of a 
> >"satanic ritual molestation" of  most of his Sunday school class. 
> > 
> >San Diego Padres baseball team - partly owned by Jack Goodall, 
> >the Foodmaker chairman,  president, and chief executive officer. 
> > 
> >Oh, my info on the Akiki case comes from : 
> > 
> >http://user.aol.com/doughskept/witchhunt/akiki.txt 
> >and: 
> >http://sddtsun.sddt.com/files/library/95headlines/DN95_01_31/LOCAL95_01_31. 
> html 
> > 
> > 
> >Another Jack-in-the-Box experience;  one night I went there to 
> >eat about an hour before closing time.  The door was locked, and 
> >after knocking, a female employee shouted through the glass that 
> >they were not letting anyone in because only female employees 
> >were present, and they were afraid of rape.  The drive thru was 
> >open, but I had walked, as J Box was only 2 blocks from my home. 
> >As I walked away hungry, I saw them opening the door to a female 
> >customer. 
> > 
> >Children's Hospital of San Diego. Hotbed of CAPSAC members. 
> >Refers many child patients from divorced homes for "evaluation" 
> >for "stress in the family",  a codeword for a child abuse 
> >investigation. 
> > 
> >All the major news and entertainment media. 
> > 
> >Well, it's a start.  Anyone have any additions for the list, or 
> >experiences to add to the thread? 
> >------- 
> >        "Fathers' Manifesto" <[email protected] 
> >(Snip) 
> > 
> >Gee, you would have thought Toys R Us would have come out with a 
> >father 
> >>>custody patrol car? 
> >>> 
> >>>Guess they just forgot? 
> >>> 
> >>> 
> >>> 
> >>The toy car is made by Racing Champions, Inc., of Glen Ellyn, 
> >IL. 
> >>According to their VP, the car will not be in next year's lineup 
> >due to 
> >>poor sales.  He would not agree to recalling the cars already in 
> > 
> >>distribution. 
> >> 
> >>He further argued that the car wasn't a 'toy' but rather a 
> >precision-made 
> >>collectible aimed at adults.  The fact that it sells for about 
> >$12 in the 
> >>toy department of Target, Wal-Mart, and Toys 'R' Us was not his company's 
> >>fault, he added. 
> >> 
> >>Dave Nevers 
> > 
> >Good work, Dave!  We need to keep track of companies who 
> >participate in this 
> >social destabilization. 
> > 
> >If you have his name and phone number, there would be nothing wrong with 
> >posting it and suggesting that we call him to register our thoughts. 
> > 
> >Sincerely, 
> > 
> > 
> >John 
 

Racing Champions
Jack in the Box
Toys R Us 
Target 
Wal-Mart 
Children's Hospital of San Diego 
3M 
Hallmark 
Playboy 
News Media 
Entertainment 
President Clinton 
Donna Shallala 
Corel Draw
Family Law Judges
Pepsi
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