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shut up nucky fucky
What kind of law is there that says you have to be open on Sunday?
The guy made a simple comment in a 3rd rate religious mag, and it got blown out of proportion by gay people who are always looking for attention. The poetic justice is the the chain of restaurants had record profits .
the michigan commerce law
There isn't one
Gay people are always looking for attention? Is that why many keep their sexual orientation a guarded secret? One of my good friends is gayer than Melissa Etheridge cranked up in the cab of a Subaru Outback and yet, he is married to a female and has two kids because his church and family would beat the gay out of him if he came out. I predict divorce and lots of hurt and rejection in his future.
Anyways, I love me some chicken nuggets and waffle fries! God is good! Praise Jesus for fried chicken!
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Do you have to hate gay people and love jesus to eat there? Is there like a test before you have to take to order?
"As far as the downvotes. It's a gnat biting an lion"
-- A member of tRCMB Justice League, taking the internet WAY WAY too seriously.
If Bible rules applied on tRCMB, Mel and Trevor would have stoned Ross to death years ago.
Hard to argue with that. Someone told me thats why there are no Cheesecake Factory restaurants in MI.
That's correct, it was scantron when I took it. Not sure if that's changed.
One doesn't have to join the Chamber of Commerce.
I will edit my comment; liberals are always looking for attention. This whole storyline became dramatic because of a certain group of people who felt slighted by a 3rd rate religious magazine.(bible press) The ceo stated that 'they stand behind traditional family values'. OH, THE NERVE!!!!
The matter came up , during the amateur witch hunt, when it was discovered that Chicfila sponsors some Family Fund Raisers. Again, I just think its poetic that they have done better than ever since all the 'unwanted' attention actually helped. It motivated me to stop and eat there.
You do have to place your order, but yes it is part of a food court in the student center that operates with very limited hours. Not owned by Chick-Fil-A but operated under license.
So, I take it you've never had really good Mexican food or fried chicken?
I have heard this too - not a "real" Chick Fil A.
This is pretty standard for college campuses.
I agree with this statement.
Don't think the CEO said anything really inflammatory and liberals just needed to pounce in something.
There are a lot of things people should stand up for that thy aren't - but having on Chick Fil A because they are conservatives is cool I guess.
Cheesecake was recently looking for to open in Birmingham. Lost track of where its at, might still be pending.
Alex, I'll take portly athletes named David for 1600...
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I don't understand that. Not all commercial construction projects in this state require union labor. Schools and state funded projects don't even require union labor, just prevailing wage. A business can use "open shop" labor in the state of Michigan without any issues.
I do like to ask for extra pickles though.
WELLS in 5...4...3...
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