I was walking toward home, when I encountered Ronald. Ronald is the local candidate running for president as the Constitutional Party candidate.
He asked if I was walking toward a coffee shop. I said that I was. I asked if I could buy him a cup of coffee. He said yes.
Naturally I assumed that he was referring to the coffee shop across the street, the Bisbee Coffee Company (BCC). I made a turn toward the BCC, but he stopped me. “No, I am 86ed from that coffee shop.” I was shocked, the only persons that I knew to be 86ed from the BCC, had walked around the coffee shop insulting people.
I asked him what he had done. He said that he had gotten a little too exuberant with his worship.
A candidate should probably not get 86ed from the common place to kick-off a candidacy.