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#34 - Wtf. This is a Chik-fil-a. This looks eerily similar to the Ch…  [+] (3 replies) 06/04/2014 on Chaperone +4
#37 - anon (06/04/2014) [-]
They all look the same you fucking idiot.
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#62 - tomowrath (06/04/2014) [-]
be nice plz
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#38 - somethingpants (06/04/2014) [-]
That's his point.
#9 - jokexplain  [+] (1 reply) 03/30/2014 on Baby Lager 0
#10 - eddio (03/30/2014) [-]
Craft Beer is the product a small brewery that creates a limited amount of a certain beer, it also means home made beer or beer produced by a particular bar or tavern. A lot of these beers have weird, old fashioned or seemingly nonsensical names like Jack Black, 69 Pender, Slotch Brew, etc.

The joke makes fun of this trend.
#12 - The US is an expansive place. I don't know where exactly you'r…  [+] (1 reply) 02/01/2014 on SATW White wonderland +2
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#45 - sparkyoneonetwo (02/01/2014) [-]
This year has been the worst for the south with in the last 10 years but every single year for as long as I can remember there has been some form or snow accumulation in the south maybe not every southern state but every year it makes the news every year people freak out about it acting like they are going to die or some shit. 3 or 4 years ago it was fucking snowing in Nevada and it was on the new every single day for a damn week.

The same goes for the north as well every year we get snow every year every one knows its coming but every year that act as thought its the end of the world.
#9 - I work at Chik-Fil-A and I have to agree with the last three c…  [+] (39 replies) 01/14/2014 on Hold the Pickles +130
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#347 - jacksipian (01/15/2014) [-]
you need to talk to corporate and get us a fucking Chik-Fil-A up here in Rhode Island, if i had Chik-Fil-A AND Dels, i would be a very happy and fat man
#203 - anon (01/14/2014) [-]
When I worked at McDonald's if you asked for fresh fries everyone would just look at you and ignore that or give you an empty "okay"
#94 - deadfed (01/14/2014) [-]
I work in Martins deli, Im the cook so I see and handle food all day and the only bugs Ive seen are gnats because we have these bins we throw our rags in and because the rags are soaked in oil they thrive. Other than that Ive seen one spider, and it was in the back under the chinese kids hat. (he was on break)
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#82 - pokemonstheshiz (01/14/2014) [-]
I worked at a Mcdonalds and we always dropped fresh fries. It probably varies depending on who's working the fries and who's in charge. Every place is supposed to, but maybe not every place cares.
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#63 - zeroqp (01/14/2014) [-]
I've never had Chik-Fil-A (only time in the U.S. is when I visited for 3 months), but my only experience from them was a bad first impression, when some higher-up guy from Chik-Fil-A, either the CEO or a store manager or something, named a bunch of items on the menu anti-gay names. It was all over the news.
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#32 - thimblethumbs (01/14/2014) [-]
Chik-Fil-A workers are some of the nicest people i have ever met while they are working. but it gets a little creepy when you eat in. "Sir, May I refill your drink that you just took a sip from, and clean your mouth while i'm at it?"
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#10 - theincorrigibleone (01/14/2014) [-]
That's because Chick-Fil-A is the holy pinnacle of all that is fast food.
I worship you oh One who delivers unto me the glorious waffle fries and chicken nuggets I need to live
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#340 - vishnarg (01/14/2014) [-]
Except Five Guys And In N Out.
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#349 - theincorrigibleone (01/15/2014) [-]
While I do enjoy Five Guys for their delicious burgers, music selection, and those marvelous make whatever you want soda machine things... Their bag fries are lacking. They just get sooo soggy. They're definitely in my top-five for fast food though.
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#116 - metalmind (01/14/2014) [-]
Still worse than regular food you can buy in non-chain restaurants.
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#72 - twdeathnote (01/14/2014) [-]
And bigotry against faggots.
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#112 - commontroll (01/14/2014) [-]
Now listen here, ya little shit.

Disagreeing with somebody's lifestyle does not make you a bigot. Having a different view than you, doesn't make somebody a bigot. Being a bigot means you think gays are terrible people, all of them, and that they're trying to ruin America with their gay sex and their hand holding. Being a bigot means if somebody disagrees with you, you think they are inferior and terrible people.

Which is what you are being by saying that anybody who believes homosexuality is a sin is a bigot. And before you say "hurr, well if they think it's a sin they clearly think they're terrible and evil," let me say this: Christians think everybody is evil. We're born evil, we die evil. Heterosexuals are just as evil as homosexuals, and a murder falls short of perfection just as much as the Dalai Lama and the Pope.

Now, the owners of Chick-Fil-A have been known to be traditional Christians for decades. Of course they're going to be opposed to same-sex marriage, but that doesn't mean they "hate faggots." That means they think it's wrong to allow them to marry, just like they probably think it's wrong to divorce, and wrong to cheat on your spouse. Everybody's allowed to have different views, doesn't mean they're a bigot until they look down on other people and their views.

So tell me, who's the bigot in this situation?
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#230 - bigdogsebo (01/14/2014) [-]
NO fuck you, their beliefs keep them out of my city. Not being serious here, at least i dont think this is why

But in all seriousness why the fuck is there really not a chick fil a in Las Vegas? I mean honestly, it is surrounded by them.

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#231 - commontroll (01/14/2014) [-]
No idea. They're just not very common in the West. California doesn't have many either. The whole gay marriage thing sure didn't help them expand into typically blue states either...
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#168 - whitie (01/14/2014) [-]
you can go ahead and be as hateful as you want, it's a free country but when you start taking rights away that's not disagreeing with a lifestyle, that's forceful oppression people should just shut the fuck up and stay out of each others business, but we are humans so that's too much to ask, so at the very minimum just keep it out of the legal system, the justice system is there to provide repercussions for crimes that harm people, not to decide who's philosophy is the best, you could be a psychopathic schizophrenic serial killer and understand that concept, but apparently American Christians aren't that developed yet
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#180 - commontroll (01/14/2014) [-]
If you could refrain from throwing insults at my worldview, that would be appreciated.

All I'm saying is that the owners are not bigots, and that too often people think the second you disagree that you're a bigot. The owners think it's wrong, so they do what they can to try and prevent it. Say you think football is wrong. Everybody around you says "well, what's the big deal?" But you see people get hurt by it, hell some even die because of it. Would you do what you could to stop it if it was a big enough deal to you?

Now I'm not saying that is how it is, but that is how they see it. We can think that's right or wrong all we want, but it's not going to change how they see it. I personally am a Christian, and think homosexuality is a sin, but I don't think I have the right to not allow homosexual marriage. However, the way they probably see it is that God will punish all of America if we allow it. I'd say we've got bigger problems than gay people marrying when we've got people like the Kardashians being glorified these days.

But, some people have weird priorities.
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#194 - whitie (01/14/2014) [-]
but they shouldn't even have the option to try to prevent it, it's not a decision for them to make and people say that it's free speech; bullshit, as far as im concerned a religious faith existing deserves no respect, in fact the opposite it deserves greater scrutiny for it is supposedly divinely inspired and should contain the ultimate truths of the universe and im not here to argue that, people also have the right to practice any faith of their choosing , but i look at the world around me and all i see is christian politicians strong arming their beliefs into everyone else's mouths and deciding laws based on faith, and that is EXACTLY what Chik-Fil-A is supporting, an act against the very concept of what america is supposed to be a land of freedom and choice

and why shouldn't i insult your faith? you deserve no special treatment just because your belief is popular and if you (not you specifically) can't behave and co-operate with others on an elementary school level you don't deserve my respect
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#200 - commontroll (01/14/2014) [-]
Why I would appreciate you not insulting my faith is because I expect a certain degree of civility in a serious discussion. All I'm trying to do is say they're not bigots as the original comment said, and that regardless of what our views on things are they have their opinion and they are allowed to act on them, just like you are allowed to support gay-rights activists.

Everybody, regardless of their worldview (which includes atheists as well), will try to strong arm their views and their beliefs into the world around them. It happens everywhere with everything. It sucks, but it happens. But regardless of that, we have to keep in mind that we should not simply insult and fire shots because somebody is trying to strong arm views different than the views we're strong arming in.

Back to the insulting topic, I expect no special treatment, nobody deserves special treatment. I do expect common civility in the remainder of this discussion though, otherwise I simply won't participate in it.

Now, keep in mind I am not trying to argue against gay marriage here, nor change your view or anything like that. I'm simply trying to remind you that everybody thinks they're doing the right thing. Nothing more, nothing less.
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#201 - whitie (01/14/2014) [-]
i think i was wrong about the kind of christian you are, I'm sorry for the harsh words
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#202 - commontroll (01/14/2014) [-]
It's all good man. Tempers can pretty easily flair, especially over such sensitive topics.
#160 - somenights (01/14/2014) [-]
The big issue wasn't that they disagreed with it. The issue was they donated lots of money regularly to organizations that were not only trying to prevent gay marriage but strip gays of certain rights. The main right they tried to get removed was anti-discrimination employment rights. When the whole Chick-Fil-A debacle happened, the supporters of Chick-Fil-A made it out to just be a first amendment right sort of thing, and most of the people on the other side didn't do research on it and just followed this line of thought also. Although it was the owners remarks that brought attention to how they were spending their money.
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#165 - commontroll (01/14/2014) [-]
Eh. Honestly, I'd say that really, the employer has the right to hire or not hire anyone for any reason they see fit. If they choose poorly, then they suffer the consequences and that's that.
#314 - somenights (01/14/2014) [-]
Except if that were allowed, the employer would not lose much, but the employee that was fired would suffer a lot more. The basis for firing shouldn't be based on orientation or race or anything like that.
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#316 - commontroll (01/14/2014) [-]
I said "not hire," not "fire." Firing should be for legitimate reasons, but to hire somebody? Their choice completely.
#318 - somenights (01/14/2014) [-]
Well discrimination laws protect against both, so by removing the laws in place to protect hiring then the laws preventing firing for discrimination would also be removed.
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#321 - commontroll (01/14/2014) [-]
I'm just saying if an employer won't hire somebody because of race, sex, or sexual orientation, then they're cutting out a large portion of potential employees. If the applicant would have been a great employee, that's the employer's loss, and the applicant doesn't have to work for somebody who's looking down on them or trying to preach to them.
#322 - somenights (01/14/2014) [-]
For entry level jobs, most of the applicants are equally qualified especially if they're young. If employers were to bar certain people for no reason, then those people would not get experience and would not be able to get any experience for a better job that may be available later. Discrimination laws are important especially in more rural areas. However, I don't support the need to have quotas of certain races or anything. Someone shouldn't be chosen because of their race or denied because of their race.
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#323 - commontroll (01/14/2014) [-]
That's true. I've always been against the whole PC ratio thing. People should be hired because they're good for the job, not because you need more Asians in your office.
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#114 - twdeathnote (01/14/2014) [-]
Maybe you don't understand that if they were saying it was wrong according to their holy book that being fat is wrong, fat people would be up in arms, and well as others, because its wrong. Now mix that with something someone can't change, like their sexuality. Let's say they came outright, and said "We don't agree with blacks lifestyle choices" or simply "We don't like niggers" or something along those lines. It's grievous. But when it comes to gays it's ok?
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#182 - commontroll (01/14/2014) [-]
No, it's not okay. But for them to say "We are against gay marriage because we think it is wrong and there will be consequences," is not at all the same as saying "I hate niggers." One is just plain old hatred, and the other is misunderstanding and misguided attempts at helping others. They think they're doing the right thing, whether they are or not is not for me to say, but they still are not doing it out of hatred.
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#277 - twdeathnote (01/14/2014) [-]
No, I suppose it's not the same thing. But if you were funding things that were, say against the rights of black people, would that be okay if that was just there belief? No. It's socially unacceptable, and they deserve criticism.
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#281 - commontroll (01/14/2014) [-]
Everybody has the right to be wrong buddy. Just the way of life. And stupidity. It may be wrong and stupid, but they still have the right to be wrong and dumb.
#121 - theaphasic (01/14/2014) [-]
Except Chik-Fila-A is a business, and thus it can be run however the owners of the business see fit. I am not saying I agree with their stance, but I do not think that just because you eat Chik-Fila-A that makes you a bigot. They make chicken, and they don't think that gay marriage is right. I just eat the chicken. That does not imply I agree with their stance in regards to gay marriage, that just means that I recognize that their chicken is jizz-worthy.
We had a Chik-Fil-A on my college campus, and upon all the butthurt people protesting it, it was removed. Including all the nice people that were employed by that particular store. That was none of their fault- working for or eating Chik-Fil-A doesn't make you a "hate-monger" (Something one very upset girl called me on my out of the store)
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#125 - twdeathnote (01/14/2014) [-]
I'm not saying eating there is a bad thing. You can eat wherever you want. I just find them as a company, bigoted.
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#22 - jengamunn (01/14/2014) [-]
living in Canada, wishing Chick-Fil-A moved north
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#34 - garin (01/14/2014) [-]
Redcoatfag here, I know that feel.
#20 - anon (01/14/2014) [-]
I crave Chick-Fil-A now... It sounds delicious.
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#17 - poorlyred (01/14/2014) [-]
#601 - Well that's what Obamacare is. It takes the system that we hav…  [+] (1 reply) 01/05/2014 on Healthcare Today +1
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#611 - friendlyanon (01/06/2014) [-]
Ah i see, i knew you guys were upset about that issue but didn't know why exactly. I can understand it, being used to choose who you want to be your doctor and suddenly losing that can be annoying.
It still would be good knowing those white-coat fuckers can't rip you off, though...

Well, thanks for your replies, that's been very informative.
#411 - My understanding of this is that they're not only charging thi…  [+] (1 reply) 01/05/2014 on Healthcare Today 0
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#417 - zzforrest (01/05/2014) [-]
My dad ( who's a medfag ) just confirmed this. They have to write off millions of dollars in debt because people don't pay, and end up having to overcharge other patients like crazy to make up for it. That 300 you were charged to walk into the ER? It was probably only 50, but there were 5 other people who never paid so now it's 300.
Apparently they have to do this shit all the time because the hospital industry is brutal.