Day 6 started off as a cloudy day. We ventured out early looking for a breakfast place.
We found a Chick-Fil-A restaurant to settle for breakfast. Chick-Fil-A is a fast food restaurant with chicken as it’s main product.
Chick-Fil-A is a Christian based restaurant. It closes on Sunday.
I had a Chicken Minis meal for USD4.09.
The chicken nugget is eaten with a mini bun.
My meal came with hashbrown and coffee.
Ben had a Chicken Bagel meal for USD5.15.
Multigrain bagel, egg and hand breaded all breast meat. Chick-Fil-A claims that their chicken is cooked in 100% refined peanut oil which is transfat an cholesterol free.
Like the above ketchup packaging; can squeeze or peel back to use for dipping.
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More fried food!!
Ben and Suanne, you may care to do some research on the sort of company Chick-Fil-A actually is – over $5 million donated since 2003 to at least 1 certified hate-group and anti-marriage equality groups, a long history of discrimination in its hiring practices, and leading the charge via “Chick Fil-A Day” for Huckabee-style Republicans and their nasty racist, homophobic, sexist quest to reshape American culture. They donated money to Exodus International, a company that has caused many teenagers to commit suicide by filling their head with nonsense. I put it to you that you do Christ’s memory a disservice to just casually mention that they’re “Christian-based.” Think of how many of the sick, the poor and the downtrodden that $5,000,000 could’ve helped if it wasn’t being used to spread hate. I would hope that looking into it will convince you that this place shouldn’t have your business nor the exposure in the North that your website brings.
To have a balanced view, I like everyone to have a read on Chick-Fil-A.
One of my friends is born and raised in Atlanta, GA. He always mentioned to me that if I ever visited the south, I must try Chick-Fil-A. He also told me that both Christian and non-Christian are customers of Chick-Fil-A.