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Up in New York we made a decision. We’re going to go out and get killed again, then I don’t have to worry about doing the ads. And I got to tell you, heaven forbid this company if they’re not going to use me at all. After I’ve looked at this research, I mean, I’m just not seeing how you’re not going to tell the Papa John story and let them – what bothers me is Colonel Sanders called Blacks n******. I’m like, I’ve never used that word. And they get away with it. Yet we use the word debacle and we get framed in the same genre. It’s crazy. The whole thing’s crazy.
After Schnatter and then-Papa John’s CEO Steve Ritchie sign off the call, executives on the Laundry Service appear to vent frustration about how “out of touch” Schnatter sounds and to express a desire to see him repeat himself in public.
According to Schnatter’s transcript:
Stein: I hope he gets fuckin’ sent out to the pasture on this shit. I really, really fuckin’ do.
Unidentified speaker: All of his answers just said a lot about him. They were very revealing.
Stein: Yeah. I mean I already, that’s already all been revealed to me. That’s why I just want him to go out and talk.
Unidentified speaker: Because he can’t even take the most, like, simple, like just acknowledge the fact that, find something that [UNINTELLIGIBLE] why they’re doing this protest, like he wouldn’t even pick up on that.
Unidentified speaker: Yeah, he’s really not in touch.
The Laundry Service executives also scoffed at a comment Schnatter made earlier in the call, when he talked about the “bullshit” near where he grew up in Utica, Indiana in the 1960s and 1970s, where Black people were warned not go after dark. “You know, they used to drag Black people behind a pickup truck until they were dead,” Schnatter said on the call.