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Old 07-02-2013, 10:45 AM   #1
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Wtf, did they poll only yuppies? Colt, S&W, John Deere, NASCAR and bass pro shops should be 1-2-3-4-5.
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Old 07-02-2013, 11:16 AM   #4
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Haha Walmart's on the list. I don't believe "patriotic" is the correct term. Maybe American icons would be better? Either way, I see Jeeps patriotic imagery as more of a manipulative marketing tool... After all the new ones are 100% metric. Soon owners will be drinking water with gas and replace their PBR with montepulciano d'abruzzo LOL.
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Wtf, did they poll only yuppies? Colt, S&W, John Deere, NASCAR and bass pro shops should be 1-2-3-4-5.
Bwaaaahaha...... You must be a country boy too? We tend to forget the overwhelming numbers of folks who live in the cities and suburbs... totally different mind-set, many of them have.... For instance, some city folks can't understand why you might want a gun for home defense..... Heck, the sheriff can be there in half an hour, or so......

I might add Cabela's, but, again, that's probably a country thing, too....
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Bwaaaahaha...... You must be a country boy too? We tend to forget the overwhelming numbers of folks who live in the cities and suburbs... totally different mind-set, many of them have.... For instance, some city folks can't understand why you might want a gun for home defense..... Heck, the sheriff can be there in half an hour, or so......

I might add Cabela's, but, again, that's probably a country thing, too....
I've infiltrated the cities and suburbs. No Cabela's in CA, it's BS. But there is one near my parents' house when I go home.

We even have John Deere stores. Red Vs Green is like Crips vs Bloods. Haha.
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I don't understand how Harley Davidson finished behind Ralph Lauren and Colgate. Colgate? Who the hell even considers where toothpaste comes from?
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I don't understand how Harley Davidson finished behind Ralph Lauren and Colgate. Colgate? Who the hell even considers where toothpaste comes from?

Yuppies, I'm telling you, that's what they think about. FWIW, I thought RL was a frenchie, who the hell plays polo in the US besides rich foreigners?
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Carhartt, Caterpillar, Coors, Snap-On -- common, this list is crap.
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Carhartt, Caterpillar, Coors, Snap-On -- common, this list is crap.
carhartt?? never heard of it. I guess I'm not American.

It's a cool poll though. Personally, I'd say #1 Microsoft , #2 google, #3. caterpillar but like was already said: yuppies were polled, not real people.
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carhartt?? never heard of it. I guess I'm not American.

It's a cool poll though. Personally, I'd say #1 Microsoft , #2 google, #3. caterpillar but like was already said: yuppies were polled, not real people.
Holy shit. Where do you live?
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carhartt?? never heard of it. I guess I'm not American....
Can't question your creds... you own 2 Wranglers! Automatic man card, but, Jeez......

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Holy shit. Where do you live?
Heck, I WEAR carhartt (especially shirts) all the time.....

..... No Ralphy Lauren though....
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Yup.......JEEP.... famous for winning WWII..... and now it is owned by one of the AXIS powers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Who won what???????
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Most of the companies on the list are outsourced now. My list would have John Deere and harely at the top. I wonder if any Levi products are manufactured in the USA? I know some Carhartt is but not all.

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