So, I think it would be great if this list got around and more people boycotted these companies.
I'm making an attempt to promote the boycotting in the form a meme:
If you want, bold the stuff that will actually result in a significant change in your spending habits.
Most of it shouldn't be too hard to do. If I print this and keep a list in my car, I should be able to remember.
It's kind of a call to action in a format that webloggers and LiveJournalers are pretty familiar with. If you have a weblog and post this meme (using whatever wording you this is best, naturally), maybe we can get others in the weblogging community to participate.
Update, 11/20/04, 4:20 PM: lindiana0 points out that it would be easier to get people into it if we just picked three visible corporations and stuck to those: Wal-Mart, McDonald's, and 7-Eleven. I'm going to still not buy from all the corporations I originally listed, but when I talk to others, I'm going to just go with these three.
I've started a petition for people to sign so that we can give Wal-Mart, McDonald's, and 7-Eleven an idea of how many are doing this. If you plan on avoiding these three companies, sign it to make it public.
If enough people do sign it, does anyone know the best way to contact these companies about it. I'm guess that than just using the feedback forms on their site aren't going to get through to anyone.