1. #45051
    Moderator AsianGiant's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2001
    Posts
    26,563

    Re: Asian giant for HC

    [quote user="NYG_SBXLIII"][quote user="AsianGiant"][quote user="NYG_SBXLIII"][quote user="JerseyGiant21"]Is this starbucks free coffee if you vote thing everywhere?

    If it's free-I might actually get some coffee from there!
    [/quote]

    Yes, ABC morning news announced it, & it is the large size, not a scimpy small size![/quote]


    Wow that is really nice of them.....must cost them quite a bit...

    Problem is you need the coffee before voting not after since you will be standing in line for 10 hours...


    [/quote]


    ROTFL.....ONLY 10 hours???!!!

    Starbucks should give their grossly overpriced coffee away for once!!!

    The new McDonald's coffee latte is delicious & it is 1/4 the price.[/quote]

    I actually heard McD's coffee was pretty good, I haven't tried it. Too scared to, but I think I should..

    I make my own coffee though, so no one can make it to suit my taste better than me!


  2. #45052
    Moderator AsianGiant's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2001
    Posts
    26,563

    Re: Asian giant for HC

    [quote user="ron mexico75"]Wow, plenty of left wing loons on this site. Too bad.

    I thought politics wasn't supposed to be discussed on this site? Am I wrong? Seriously, I'm new.
    [/quote]

    Having an unfavorable view about one's recent actions doesn't make someone more or less liberal.

    Or a liberal at all for that matter...

  3. #45053

    Re: Asian giant for HC




    Just heard that Ben & Jerry's is giving free ice-cream as well.

    I guess they want us to be fat & wired happy voters???!!!

    If the lines to vote go on forever, how do they fiqure they are going to fit all of these people into Starbuck's & Ben & Jerry's ??????!!!!!



  4. #45054

    Re: Asian giant for HC

    Starbucks: Starbucks said it would give voters a
    free Tall coffee on Nov. 4. The freebie was announced during a national
    TV ad last night (Nov. 1) on Saturday Night Live. All you have to do is
    say you voted, the commercial said. Limit one per customer. To view the
    ad go to,<a href="http://video.google.com/videosearch?sa=N&amp;tab=nv&amp;q=starbucks%20vote %20ad#"> http://www.youtube.com/starbucks.

    </a>


    Anaheim White House: Diners ages 21 and over will
    receive a complimentary bottle of champagne for voting. The restaurant
    will offer a $44, four-course dinner that night.</p>


    In an unusual twist, the award-winning fine dining establishment
    will also have plasma TVs in the restaurant so diners can watch live
    election coverage. More info: Address: 887 South Anaheim Blvd. Phone: (714) 772-1381. The free bottle of bubbly is valid, per couple.</p>


    Krispy Kreme: The doughnut chain, which has two
    locations in Orange County, is giving a free “star-shaped” doughnut to
    voters. To find locations, go here.</p>


    Pizza Hut: The chain expects orders to surge on
    Election Day. To encourage diners to plan ahead, Pizza Hut is will give
    a 20 percent discount to all online orders scheduled for delivery or
    pick-up on Nov. 4. (One catch: The deal is valid for new online
    customers only.) To order, go to PizzaHut.com.</p>


    Ben &amp; Jerry’s: All ice cream stores will give
    one free scoop of ice cream to customers from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on
    Election Day. This deal is good for “everyone” not just voters, says
    spokesman Sean Greenwood. I can only imagine the lines. Click here for all locations, including O.C.</p>


    Pat &amp; Oscar’s: Voters get 20% off on Nov. 4. Dine in only. Pat &amp; Oscar’s locations.</p>


    Zov’s (Tustin, Irvine, Newport Beach): Voters can get a free slice of Apple Pie with purchase. Locations of Zov’s.</p>


    Daily Grill (all locations): From 4 p.m. to 11
    p.m., Daily Grill will give a free appetizer to voters. Happy Hour will
    also be expanded with prices ranging from $2.95 to $3.95 throughout the
    evening. (Bar only). More info: Daily Grill locations, including Irvine and Newport Beach.</p>


    Salt Creek Grille (Dana Point): A few cool things
    going on at this Dana Point restaurant. First up: free money. In the
    bar, the customer who comes closest to guessing the correct “percentage
    of total votes” for the winning presidential candidate will win a $200
    restaurant gift card. During happy hour, the restaurant will offer $3
    beers. Servers will also pass out free Brandt beef sliders and
    house-made chips twice during happy hour. That night, the chef is
    offering an “All-American” Prime Rib dinner — three courses for $27.95.
    For more information and location info, go here.</p>


    Scott’s Seafood (Costa Mesa near South Coast Plaza): Show your “vote” sticker, and you get $10 off your lunch or dinner check. http://www.scottsseafood.com/southcoast/private.html</p>


    Morton’s The Steakhouse: Presidential Martinis will cost $11, a $1.50 off regular price. (Tell me: Is this really a deal?)</p>

  5. #45055
    Moderator AsianGiant's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2001
    Posts
    26,563

    Re: Asian giant for HC

    [quote user="NYG_SBXLIII"]Just heard that Ben &amp; Jerry's is giving free ice-cream as well.

    I guess they want us to be fat &amp; wired happy voters???!!!

    If the lines to vote go on forever, how do they fiqure they are going to fit all of these people into Starbuck's &amp; Ben &amp; Jerry's ??????!!!!![/quote]


    Wow that's amazing.....a fat america...

    Where's Weight Watchers or Jenny Craig's free food?

  6. #45056
    Moderator AsianGiant's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2001
    Posts
    26,563

    Re: Asian giant for HC

    [quote user="bigblue4417"]Starbucks: Starbucks said it would give voters a
    free Tall coffee on Nov. 4. The freebie was announced during a national
    TV ad last night (Nov. 1) on Saturday Night Live. All you have to do is
    say you voted, the commercial said. Limit one per customer. To view the
    ad go to,<a href="http://video.google.com/videosearch?sa=N&amp;tab=nv&amp;q=starbucks%20vote %20ad#"> http://www.youtube.com/starbucks.

    </a>


    Anaheim White House: Diners ages 21 and over will
    receive a complimentary bottle of champagne for voting. The restaurant
    will offer a $44, four-course dinner that night.</p>


    In an unusual twist, the award-winning fine dining establishment
    will also have plasma TVs in the restaurant so diners can watch live
    election coverage. More info: Address: 887 South Anaheim Blvd. Phone: (714) 772-1381. The free bottle of bubbly is valid, per couple.</p>


    Krispy Kreme: The doughnut chain, which has two
    locations in Orange County, is giving a free “star-shaped” doughnut to
    voters. To find locations, go here.</p>


    Pizza Hut: The chain expects orders to surge on
    Election Day. To encourage diners to plan ahead, Pizza Hut is will give
    a 20 percent discount to all online orders scheduled for delivery or
    pick-up on Nov. 4. (One catch: The deal is valid for new online
    customers only.) To order, go to PizzaHut.com.</p>


    Ben &amp; Jerry’s: All ice cream stores will give
    one free scoop of ice cream to customers from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on
    Election Day. This deal is good for “everyone” not just voters, says
    spokesman Sean Greenwood. I can only imagine the lines. Click here for all locations, including O.C.</p>


    Pat &amp; Oscar’s: Voters get 20% off on Nov. 4. Dine in only. Pat &amp; Oscar’s locations.</p>


    Zov’s (Tustin, Irvine, Newport Beach): Voters can get a free slice of Apple Pie with purchase. Locations of Zov’s.</p>


    Daily Grill (all locations): From 4 p.m. to 11
    p.m., Daily Grill will give a free appetizer to voters. Happy Hour will
    also be expanded with prices ranging from $2.95 to $3.95 throughout the
    evening. (Bar only). More info: Daily Grill locations, including Irvine and Newport Beach.</p>


    Salt Creek Grille (Dana Point): A few cool things
    going on at this Dana Point restaurant. First up: free money. In the
    bar, the customer who comes closest to guessing the correct “percentage
    of total votes” for the winning presidential candidate will win a $200
    restaurant gift card. During happy hour, the restaurant will offer $3
    beers. Servers will also pass out free Brandt beef sliders and
    house-made chips twice during happy hour. That night, the chef is
    offering an “All-American” Prime Rib dinner — three courses for $27.95.
    For more information and location info, go here.</p>


    Scott’s Seafood (Costa Mesa near South Coast Plaza): Show your “vote” sticker, and you get $10 off your lunch or dinner check. http://www.scottsseafood.com/southcoast/private.html</p>


    Morton’s The Steakhouse: Presidential Martinis will cost $11, a $1.50 off regular price. (Tell me: Is this really a deal?)</p>[/quote]


    Wow, good find!!!


  7. #45057
    Moderator AsianGiant's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2001
    Posts
    26,563

    Re: Asian giant for HC

    [quote user="JerseyGiant21"][quote user="n420p69"]The Raiders put up a grand total of 77 yards yesterday against a very porous Atlanta defense........lol.....[]
    [/quote]

    I don't think Crazy Al is too happy........wonder what old crazy is planning now
    [/quote]

    Since he doesn't like to pay his coaches, maybe he can do the same to the players.

    That will get them to play harder....wonder what Gibril Wilson thinks now?

  8. #45058

    Re: Asian giant for HC

    What the hell are the Steelers doing?

  9. #45059
    All-Pro
    Join Date
    May 2005
    Posts
    9,103

    Re: Asian giant for HC

    Already voted absentee, to bad I don't drink coffee, and there's no Ben and Jerry's by me...

  10. #45060

    Re: Asian giant for HC

    [quote user="AsianGiant"][quote user="bigblue4417"]Starbucks: Starbucks said it would give voters a
    free Tall coffee on Nov. 4. The freebie was announced during a national
    TV ad last night (Nov. 1) on Saturday Night Live. All you have to do is
    say you voted, the commercial said. Limit one per customer. To view the
    ad go to,<a href="http://video.google.com/videosearch?sa=N&amp;tab=nv&amp;q=starbucks%20vote %20ad#"> http://www.youtube.com/starbucks.

    </a>


    Anaheim White House: Diners ages 21 and over will
    receive a complimentary bottle of champagne for voting. The restaurant
    will offer a $44, four-course dinner that night.</p>


    In an unusual twist, the award-winning fine dining establishment
    will also have plasma TVs in the restaurant so diners can watch live
    election coverage. More info: Address: 887 South Anaheim Blvd. Phone: (714) 772-1381. The free bottle of bubbly is valid, per couple.</p>


    Krispy Kreme: The doughnut chain, which has two
    locations in Orange County, is giving a free “star-shaped” doughnut to
    voters. To find locations, go here.</p>


    Pizza Hut: The chain expects orders to surge on
    Election Day. To encourage diners to plan ahead, Pizza Hut is will give
    a 20 percent discount to all online orders scheduled for delivery or
    pick-up on Nov. 4. (One catch: The deal is valid for new online
    customers only.) To order, go to PizzaHut.com.</p>


    Ben &amp; Jerry’s: All ice cream stores will give
    one free scoop of ice cream to customers from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on
    Election Day. This deal is good for “everyone” not just voters, says
    spokesman Sean Greenwood. I can only imagine the lines. Click here for all locations, including O.C.</p>


    Pat &amp; Oscar’s: Voters get 20% off on Nov. 4. Dine in only. Pat &amp; Oscar’s locations.</p>


    Zov’s (Tustin, Irvine, Newport Beach): Voters can get a free slice of Apple Pie with purchase. Locations of Zov’s.</p>


    Daily Grill (all locations): From 4 p.m. to 11
    p.m., Daily Grill will give a free appetizer to voters. Happy Hour will
    also be expanded with prices ranging from $2.95 to $3.95 throughout the
    evening. (Bar only). More info: Daily Grill locations, including Irvine and Newport Beach.</p>


    Salt Creek Grille (Dana Point): A few cool things
    going on at this Dana Point restaurant. First up: free money. In the
    bar, the customer who comes closest to guessing the correct “percentage
    of total votes” for the winning presidential candidate will win a $200
    restaurant gift card. During happy hour, the restaurant will offer $3
    beers. Servers will also pass out free Brandt beef sliders and
    house-made chips twice during happy hour. That night, the chef is
    offering an “All-American” Prime Rib dinner — three courses for $27.95.
    For more information and location info, go here.</p>


    Scott’s Seafood (Costa Mesa near South Coast Plaza): Show your “vote” sticker, and you get $10 off your lunch or dinner check. http://www.scottsseafood.com/southcoast/private.html</p>


    Morton’s The Steakhouse: Presidential Martinis will cost $11, a $1.50 off regular price. (Tell me: Is this really a deal?)</p>[/quote]


    Wow, good find!!!

    [/quote]
    Thanks. You got me thinking if they were doing anything else and I found this. I don't know where those places are but you could really eat and drink alot for a good price tomorrow.

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts