Angry White Guy has a “Bad Day” – At Starbucks.

November 19, 2016 By: El Jefe Category: 2016 Election, Sumbitches, Trump

David Sanguesa, a home builder in Miami had a bad day and yelled at an African American barista at Starbucks when she didn’t serve him fast enough apparently because he’s white and voted for Cheeto Jesus. After his name calling tirade, he stormed out of the coffee shop yelling, “Cheeto Jesus! Cheeto Jesus!”  We’re just curious: how did he know that they knew he voted for Cheeto Jesus? Because he is white and acted like a dick? (Sorry, Momma)  According to the Miami Herald, it wasn’t his only bad day since he had 2 DUIs in 2008, charged with domestic violence in 2014, and oh, yeah – sent many emails to the Miami Herald ranting against Cubans, women, immigrants, gays, lesbians, President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.  Now, THAT is funny.

For your entertainment, here’s the video clip:

Here’s a tip for ol’ David.  David, might think twice about throwing a tirade in a public coffee shop, since EVERYONE now has a camera on their smartphone.  Oh, and the YouTube.  Everyone’s got the YouTube.

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20 Comments to “Angry White Guy has a “Bad Day” – At Starbucks.”

  1. Yawn…just a ‘nuther average Repukian base voter, a simple ‘moral majority, family values’ Dave SixPak cracker exercising his gawdgiven 1st Amendment rights (and what restraint he exhibits by not flaunting his 2ndA rights).

  2. “ranting against Cubans, women, immigrants, gays, lesbians, President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.” Or, basically, anybody who ain’t me.

    Kindergartens need to do a better job of teaching kids to share.

    (Didn’t watch and listen because I don’t need more ugly in my life.)

  3. Robin Frazier says:

    We have a real problem with alcoholics and their rage attacks in this country. It is tolerated when it shouldn’t be. Raise your voice at someone you get attacked. These guys go off totally and get to walk away. People are quick to accuse someone who is frustrated at a situation but cower when the real problems explode. I guess they are scared but that should be an indication action is needed. Service is lacking many times these days but screaming at people is dysfunctional. This guy is one of those who is always going after people otherwise known as a jerk but it is actually more dangerous. Eventually they will physically attack. I had one do it to me. Damn near killed me.

  4. Mother Jones' cat says:

    They really are the dimmest bulbs in the chandelier. Now they have a movement:

    As long as you buy his product Mr. Starbucks doesn’t care what you call yourself.

    Newsflash: We don’t need name tags; we can see your type coming for miles.

  5. Polite Kool Marxist says:

    Fine decisions there, sans coffee Dave. In 10 seconds you might have had your coffee, but instead you wasted 1:52 minutes of your time acting the fool and not getting your coffee. Can only hope you ‘improved’ your day doing a CA full stop at a light for which you received a ticket. No? Don’t be so sure. It’s in the mail, loser.

    Jane and I were in a store the other day and had 3 items. New employee at the check out and entirely my fault. When she asked “will that be all, sir,” I answered yes, not noticing she had rung only 1 item. We exchanged pleasantries and had a grand time while waiting for the void and resale. People in line behind us had a good time too, as no one became ‘excited’ and instead chose to join in the fun.

  6. Is it something in the air or in the water? All public and even private places are getting overwhelmed as the locals get ready for Thanksgiving. As bad as some of this congestion can be, no one gets excited in any way. The sun was out today. The temp was devine. The fall colors were at their peak and beginning to fade away ever so discreetly. Despite what has happened to our country in recent days, it was a time to enjoy life. Blessings to everyone at the worlds most dangerous beauty salon. May you all have a decent Thanksgiving!

  7. Hey! He may have missed out on getting his coffee but he got to go off on a tirade and insult someone who doesn’t look exactly like him.

    Who, besides me, thinks HE may well count this as a “Good Day”?

    And it was probably pretty good for the rest of the folks in his immediate vicinity, as well. One thing he CERTAINLY DID NOT NEED was coffee.

  8. I’ll just leave this here for your enjoyment. Light in the darkness comes in unexpected ways. 🙂

  9. Of course “I” would never do it, not me, oh no no no not “me” but if “you” want to leave a comment on Mr Sanguesa’s website “you” might want to look at

    Or not as the case may be. Just sayin’.

  10. According to his linkedin page, his mobile number is (786) 252-8377.

    He says there, “I love family and my faith and friends…” Pretty low standard actually. Give a try to loving the stranger family across the street and a couple of guys at work that AREN’T your friends. Go ahead I’ll wait. Won’t hold my breath but I will wait.

  11. Micr: or as Jesus said: For if you love those who love you, what reward do you have? Do not even the tax collectors do the same? (Matthew 5:46)

    Interpretative hint: being compared to tax collectors is not a good thing.

  12. JAKvirginia says:

    Well… y’all can pull out the “love” card if you want, but I was taught a little thing called Good Manners. Put yourself in their place. How would you like to be treated? And were you the perfect employee the first week of your job? Or is it now “white entitlement” to be rude and surly? The stories I could tell…

    The thing is, if you aren’t using the words Please and Thank You on a regular basis, then you are not a “superior” person. Good manners go a long way to making a good society.

  13. what JAK said. I was taught to be polite, say “please” and “thank you”, etc. my wife and I taught our children the same. courtesy goes a long way to making life bearable for everyone. clearly, this guy failed kindergarten, and has been trying to make it everyone else’s fault since then.

    Christ, what an asshole.

  14. @JAK

    My little bride was/is a Mensa genius and well, suffice to say she loves this quote a lot.

    “Years ago my mother used to say to me, she’d say, “In this world, Elwood, you must be” – she always called me Elwood – ‘In this world, Elwood, you must be oh so smart or oh so pleasant.’ Well, for years I was smart. I recommend pleasant. You may quote me.”

  15. Bob in Bartlett says:

    Bit O/T. When you teach your children to say, “Thank you.” please also teach them that the correct response to “thank you” is NOT “no problem”, it’s “you’re welcome”. Drives me (quietly) crazy when I get that response. I still smile as I walk away, but…

  16. Great sharing of responses! Years ago I worked a hotline right after Hurricane Hugo. You wouldn’t believe the crazy and evil wads of DNA who called in an dogged the line. Hanging up did not discourage them. After hours volunteering on the line I went to a fast food place where the one guy ahead of me in line was verbally abusing a little girl on the other side of the counter. When he started blabbing about the rotten day he had and it did not compare in any way to mine, I one upped him with my rotten day. He shut up and left. There was no comparison between the two days. Some times you just gotta let the angry entitled guy know the whole damn world is just not his play toy.

  17. I wonder if he knows Mr. George Tierney, Jr. of Greenville, South Carolina…?

    (Google it and “Tbogg”.)

  18. Not only because I kinda understand how SEO works, but also because my new friend A.J. introduced me to “Mr. George Tierney, Jr. of Greenville, South Carolina” I’d like to introduce him to the patrons here.

    Seems Mr. George Tierney, Jr. of Greenville, South Carolina’s a hate-filled tiny, tiny littl cocksplat who took it on himself to Twitter Sandra Fluke some time ago, then because others took the tweets, screen-capped them, and made less than y’know complementary comments aboot them Mr. George Tierney, Jr. of Greenville, South Carolina issued empty threats of litigation whining that nobody got his, Mr. George Tierney, Jr. of Greenville, South Carolina, permission to post em.

    THEN our friend Matt from Vancouver Canada eh, said these immortal words about Mr. George Tierney, Jr. of Greenville, South Carolina, to wit:

    “George Tierney Jr of Greenville, South Carolina:

    Bless your heart, you ignorant and sexist hick. Glad to see that even a caddy (who is no doubt in “peak physical condition”) cannot outrun karma. Maybe you should use those magical Jesusy powers that cured cancer to remove the large obstruction from your ass that is causing you to be such an intolerable prick.

    And I am not talking about some tiny stick or twig in your derriere–you must have sixteen broomsticks bound in barbed wire and sandpaper for you to be that much of a hateful douche bag.

    Justice is wonderful, George Tierney Jr of Greenville, South Carolina. Until you make amends and turn over a new leaf, everyone will make damn sure that you never live down your asinine comments, and we will be watching you like a hawk in case you decide to spew more of your hatred and/or inflammatory remarks.

    I toast you, George Tierney Jr of Greenville, South Carolina.

    You are a classless act and a shame to your state and country.

    Yours truly,

    Matt of Vancouver, Canada”

    All this aboot George Tierney Jr of Greenville, South Carolina

  19. JAKvirginia says:

    @Bob in Bartlett: And I would let the “No problem” pass myself until a few weeks ago. The cashier was young, male and pleasant. He gave me my change and I said “Thank you” and he said… yes. That.

    That’s when I took charge. I said “No, no… there is a problem. When someone says “Thank you” the only proper response is “Your welcome”. Yes, I know that’s what you say to your buds, but you aren’t with them right now. Right now you are at your job and your employer expects you to be professional and courteous. “No problem” sounds flippant and arrogant. Please, don’t ever do that again.”

    They do that because they don’t know any better. So tell them, kindly and politely, but tell them. BTW, that young man apologized to me. I said “Thank you.” He said “Your welcome.” One less brick in the wall.

  20. @JAK
    @Bob in Bartlett

    Just in my opinion,
    in a customer service exchange I would prefer “My pleasure, ma’am” or “My pleasure, sir”.

    in an exchange between more or less equals, “You’re welcome” should be sufficient.

    In hear “No problem” and I think “under what circumstances would that exchange be a problem?”