Is there any point or stance the Left takes now without lying outright about their ideological opponent? I cannot think of one.
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Sad to see Texas getting more blue.
I'm confused...wait, maybe I'm not.
'Except' they're demonstrating the exact opposite of their statements because they're going to exclude a group ole Roberto and crew don't agree with. That's the very definition of discrimination you moron.
And for what its worth, I've been in the San Antonio airport a number of times throughout the years and its a mediocre at best airport.
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Same here. It's an airport that is in desperate need of a chick-fil-A.
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How on earth did CFA get approved for terminal 1 at LAX, the mecca for all things looney in California?
Could it be that the LAX Airport Authority is more concerned about the Benjamins than virtue signaling?
San Antonio voters should remember this next time city council wants a pay hike or tax increase.
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The hating intolerant leftists progressives are truly a bunch of very disturbed assholes. These are the same types that want us disarmed.
“When the people find that they can vote themselves money that will herald the end of the republic.”
― Benjamin Franklin
"The problem with socialism is that eventually you run out of other people's money."
― Margaret Thatcher
This kind of nonsense coming out of San Antonio doesn’t suprise me. What does concern me is how the left wing extremists are taking over large Texas cities. San Antonio, Dallas, and Houston are all increasingly controlled by liberal whack jobs. Even Fort Worth seems to be teetering on the brink, as evidenced by Beto O’Rourke carrying Tarrant County last year. It’s great to have a booming economy, but a lot of people of the socialist persuasion are streaming in and bringing with them their leftist politics. It will increasingly fall to the rural Texas voter and maybe conservative bastions like Midland to stem the liberal juggernaut. Hopefully Texas will continue to be a red state. If it goes blue, there will be no going back.
|Nosce te ipsum|
Love that analogy. Never heard it before.
I've just got off the company website but didn't see stats. Would an airport operator be the company itself or do individuals own such concessions? Seems there is a whole lot more to the financial model of a 700 sq.ft. location vs. a free-standing location.
They should build a full, stand alone restaurant right outside the of airport, just to block traffic.
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|Rock Paper |
Could Chick-fil-a sue? Is there any legal standing here?
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“Violence, naked force has settled more issues in history than has any other factor. And the contrary opinion is wishful thinking at its worst.
Breeds that forget this basic truth have always paid for it with their lives … and freedoms.”
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Just curious, but airports are open and full of passengers 7 days a week. Are airport Chick-fil-as open on Sundays? I would think that would be a contract requirement.
We often meet our destiny on the road we took to avoid it.
|Nosce te ipsum|
(As I too wondered.) Sez the internet, no. And the contract requirement is that they not be open on Sundays.
Local CFA locations have opened four times on Sundays, according to the trackers.
San Antonio - Suburb of Austin.
Sooooo...remind me again who's INTOLERANT???
To be honest, though, the airport locations are nowhere near as good as their B&M stores, IMHO. I believe for the airport locations, they pre-fab their sandwiches and then put them in warming ovens and/or microwaves before serving. Seems like every time I got a Chicken Biscuit in Terminal B IAH, the biscuit was crumbly and rock hard; not soft and tender like in their regular stores. But it still beat the crap outta anything else over in Terminal B for a b'fast sandwich.
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"Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil... Therefore, as tongues of fire lick up straw and as dry grass sinks down in the flames, so their roots will decay and their flowers blow away like dust; for they have rejected the law of the Lord Almighty and spurned the word of the Holy One of Israel." - Isaiah 5:20,24
I had a 40 minute layover in Denver today. Walked right past CFA because the line was absurdly long, compared to the other places in the terminal which were not busy at all.
|Muzzle flash |
I guess good, competent service and an excellent product do count for something. Who knew?
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|Free radical |
Your concept is valid. After a Chick-fil-a opened in Bellevue, WA (East of Seattle), the traffic did block an off-ramp of I-405 and a major traffic artery for a more than a while. I was there and couldn't figure out what was causing the unusual, even for Washington, traffic congestion. Yes, it was the Chick-fil-a. (News articles can be searched for, but it seems off topic to post them.)
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