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Goofyernmost

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Nope -- don't have any near us, and actually, I've never been to one anywhere.
You've really missed nothing. They do some good stuff with charities from time to time, but, are, in my opinion, on the wrong side of history when it comes to political stand. You can also bet that as soon as the last of the original owners goes on to the big chicken farm in the sky, they will be open on Sundays. Oh, yea... their chicken is OK, not the greatest and their only real culinary offering would be waffle fries. I have a grandson that works at one of our local Chicken pens. We seem to have one on about every corner around here.
 

Songbird76

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You've really missed nothing. They do some good stuff with charities from time to time, but, are, in my opinion, on the wrong side of history when it comes to political stand. You can also bet that as soon as the last of the original owners goes on to the big chicken farm in the sky, they will be open on Sundays. Oh, yea... their chicken is OK, not the greatest and their only real culinary offering would be waffle fries. I have a grandson that works at one of our local Chicken pens. We seem to have one on about every corner around here.
I never really understood the hype of Chick-fil-A. I remember when I was in high school and we were at a speech and debate tournament in the one place in Wyoming that had Chick-fil-A. We went there, and it was fine, but I definitely prefer KFC. Then again, I really don't like waffle fries. I think that's maybe the only time I ever ate at one. There may have been one other, but I don't remember for sure. It's that memorable. And now I wouldn't go there if I could, for personal reasons, but it helps that I don't particularly like the food there, so I don't feel like it's a sacrifice not to eat there.
 

93boomer

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We got to the hotel at 4:30am. Not much traffic. We were lucky and were given a room right away. We crashed for 2 hours. We just finished breakfast. So far 6 people each getting food paid $37 in the foodcourt. That is with no sharing. They even had fresh veggie juice @figmentfan423. Carrot, mango, mint, ginger.
Glad you made it there safely! Take it slow today and rest some!😉
 

Goofyernmost

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I never really understood the hype of Chick-fil-A. I remember when I was in high school and we were at a speech and debate tournament in the one place in Wyoming that had Chick-fil-A. We went there, and it was fine, but I definitely prefer KFC. Then again, I really don't like waffle fries. I think that's maybe the only time I ever ate at one. There may have been one other, but I don't remember for sure. It's that memorable. And now I wouldn't go there if I could, for personal reasons, but it helps that I don't particularly like the food there, so I don't feel like it's a sacrifice not to eat there.
Yea, you can count on the fingers of one hand how many times I have been there. I only use it if it is convenient.
 

Cesar R M

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I never really understood the hype of Chick-fil-A. I remember when I was in high school and we were at a speech and debate tournament in the one place in Wyoming that had Chick-fil-A. We went there, and it was fine, but I definitely prefer KFC. Then again, I really don't like waffle fries. I think that's maybe the only time I ever ate at one. There may have been one other, but I don't remember for sure. It's that memorable. And now I wouldn't go there if I could, for personal reasons, but it helps that I don't particularly like the food there, so I don't feel like it's a sacrifice not to eat there.
Plus the huge drama surrounding the bad behavior of Chick-a-fil 's owners.
 
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