|Those consequences being a slightly|
lower risk of diabetes and heart disease.
Yes, fine, it is true that people spend a lot of time on their phones, texting, talking, playing shitty touch-screen based games, whatever. And sure, this is probably at the expense of genuine, in-person human interaction. That's fair. But who does Chick-fil-A think they are?
|Above: Sarah and Todd Palin taking |
part in Chico-Fil-A appreciation day.
|Pictured: Dan T. Cathy |
donning his crazy hat.
Oh, right, they think they're a chain of restaurants owned and run by Dan T. Cathy, an evangelical Christian who has absolutely no problem serving up his religious beliefs alongside waffle fries like some kind of judgmental dipping sauce. I'll spare you having to read my previous posts about them (if you're feeling frisky, click here, here, this and then this) but the gist is that back in 2012, Cathy decided to put on his crazy hat and announce that: "...we're inviting God's judgement on our nation when we shake our fist at him and say we know better than you as to what constitutes a marriage."
|Really it's our own fault for being less|
interesting than Words with Friends.
I mean, a cell phone coop? It's just insulting. I mean it's not unreasonable for a restaurant to have a 'no cell phones' policy. Sure, it's usually better restaurants than this, but whatever. There's just something condescending about the little paper box with rules printed on the side. Rules about what they expect of their customers. Like, I'm not ever actually going to go to a Chic-fil-A, but if I did, I think it'd pointedly switch my phone off and leave it next to the box. And Dan Cathy can keep his damn ice-cream.
|No thank you Chic-fil-A, the price is just too high...|
*Today in logical inconsistencies...
|Besides, you'd think God would be|
better at making it look like an accident.
By their own logic, shouldn't they see his passing as a sign that they were waging a hurtful and pointless struggle? And that maybe they should, I don't know, reevaluate their worldview and turn their efforts towards helping the poor or feeding children? Like whathisname tells them to do in that book they're always droning on about.
|"Do unto others as you would have them do unto-wait a minute, |
that can't be right. Where's the part about God hating gay people?"