if you owned a shop, like a general store, it sells fags, booze, food, toiletries, whatever you like, think Alf Stewart's gaff before the bait shop refurb, would there be products you wouldn't sell, like on moral grounds, etc?
i only ask as i thinking the other day about quite a lot of newsagents in Liverpool still not selling The Sun, quite rightly, and then i noticed in the supermarket before that they often don't sell the proper gut-rot white cider that off licences do (i wasn't looking for it, like), though they do sell very cheap beer, probably too cheap, it's rarely the rocket fuel stuff.
do supermarkets sell that pate shit for posh people, where they bloat the hens up before they saw their necks off? idk.
are there any brands that you're dead set against buying, maybe because their unethical, etc? some people are funny about pharmaceutical brands, aren't they?
i think i'd probably not stock the Daily Mail, just for the craic, and Red Bull, again just to annoy people, and probably the proper alci booze, and licqourice rizlas as well, just because they're fucking rank.
admittedly, it probably wouldn't last.
^ what a thread!