I’m going to eat at Chik-Fil-A more often.
I’m good with that. Chicken’s healthy.
The money quote: “I think we are inviting God’s judgment on our nation when we shake our fist at Him and say, ‘We know better than you as to what constitutes a marriage,’” said Cathy.
“I pray God’s mercy on our generation that has such a prideful, arrogant attitude to think that we have the audacity to define what marriage is about,” he added.
I’ve never been in any of their stores or eaten any of their products. I don’t know that that’s going to change, but the chance that it might just tripled. Not just to support their stance, but to enjoy the absence of those who abhor it.
His quality of prudence is not strained.
Good for him.
I wrote last week that the chance I would in the future eat something from Chik-Fil-A had tripled, but I never guessed how it would happen. Yesterday I took a day off from work to lay flooring in our house, and my wife’s visiting teacher visited (and taught). This particular woman was once named by some man named Olbermann as the worst person in the world, but his reason for so naming her was that she did something very good, so I guess that Olbermann is one of those people who likes to demonstrate his perversion to the world. At any rate, the visiting teacher gave my wife a $50 Chik-Fil-A gift card. Homphobia never tasted so good. Three cheers for someone putting her money where my mouth is. Sister Mansfield took our younger children out for lunch and brought me back a nice breaded chicken breast sandwich, a little coleslaw, and a milkshake that was much better than those typical of fast-food joints; it was a real milkshake made from real milk and real ice cream joined together, not the goop that any-sex marriage advocates think are the same thing as milk shakes because who can say what a milkshake really is and weren’t blacks kept from sitting at drug store counters to order a milkshake 60 years ago so that shows you how malleable the milkshake concept is. While she was ordering lunch, Sister Mansfield heard a familar voice behind her, and sitting there at a table were two more of her sisters of the Relief Society.
as arbiter of taste and fashion, I must declare to the world that your milkshake rant made me laugh out loud. Let’s get married.
Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee suggested today, August 1, 2012, to be appreciation day for Chik-Fil-A.
It’s been reported that their stores around the country have been jam packed all day long, with lines running down the block.
I tried to eat at one today, about 1:30pm, and the line looked short outside. However, inside, there were about 60 people ahead of me. I was hungry, so I ate elsewhere.
The various conservative radio talk shows that I’ve scanned today have been talking about the overwhelming response, a local morning show in Indianapolis, Rush Limbaugh, Dana Loesch (sounds like “Lash”), and Sean Hannity.
It is endlessly amusing to see just how much business they have been getting. If I had had the money and foresight, I should have invested in Chick-Fil-A. I suspect they have made a great deal of money.
Quotes by Brigham, about stairs and kicking come to mind.