Dine with a different race and get a discount!
Now you get a discount at some restaurants if you dine with a person of another race! We WILL get you to mix, come hell or high water. Me? I’d rather dine with my dog and never eat at those restaurants again.
Here’s a little thought experiment. Consider two tables of diners at a restaurant:
The first table consists of a white man and his wife. He works hard, obeys the law, takes the family to church every week, gives to charity, etc. His wife is a stay at home mom who also volunteers several hours a week at the local hospital and Humane Society. It’s their anniversary, so they’ve left the kids with the grandparents and are at the restaurant to celebrate.
The second table is also composed of two people. One is a white drug dealer, who’s been in and out of prison, and is currently awaiting trial for beating up his girlfriend. His dining companion is a black pimp, who spent several years in prison for armed robbery, and is awaiting trial for his prostitution related activities. They’re meeting at the restaurant to make plans for beating up one of his whores to prevent her from testifying against him.
Now, of these two dining parties, which one should be charged more for their meal?
Well, a bunch of Christians and restaurant owners in Jackson, Mississippi think the white couple should pay much more for their meal than the drug dealer and pimp. Because their dining party is all white, while the drug dealer and pimp’s table is “diverse.”
Discount offered for racially diverse dining
JACKSON, MS (WLBT) – Thirteen restaurants around the metropolitan Jackson area are taking part in Mission Mississippi’s “Two & Two Restaurant Days” on Tuesday and Thursday of this week.
Those who eat at participating restaurants for lunch and/or dinner will receive a 22-percent discount on their meal if they dine with someone of a different race.
If you live in Jackson, MS, or anywhere in the vicinity, here’s a list of the participating restaurants. If I lived there I’d call and give them a piece of my mind, and tell them I’d never be eating at their restaurant again if they think it’s their job to punish white families and friends by charging them higher prices in the name of social engineering.
Broad Street Baking Co.
Foodies (dine-in only)
High Noon Cafe (at Rainbow Whole Foods)
Koinonia Coffee House
Primos Cafe (both locations)
Sal & Mookie’s
Two Sisters Kitchen