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Best Place to Pray Over Nuggets Dallas 2006 - Chick-Fil-A

We already feel guilty enough eating at Chick-Fil-A, given the company's notoriously right-wing beliefs. We don't need to constantly be reminded by a bunch of Bible- beaters loudly and publicly praying every time we sit down with a delicious No. 1 combo (value-sized with a sweet tea and a golden wheat bun). If God really is all-powerful, don't you think he can read your thoughts? Heck, you probably don't even need to bow your head anymore, prayer technology being so advanced and all. It's not that we don't necessarily pray, either. Think of it this way: If you're God, and you're checking your e-mail, don't you think you'd find it annoying if you had to find the important prayers (say, a crisis in the Middle East or a relative with inoperable cancer) amongst thousands of "Thanks for the Chick-Fil-A" prayers?
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Mac BZ
Mac BZ

I don't believe it. A food critic that criticizes a religion and the people who follow it and even God, that's just incredible. Do you find me obnoxious? Is it because I pray in public for that combo meal and for my very soul? Does it sicken you that I know where I'm going after I die? Does it truly annoy you that I have something to believe in and all you have is that chicken sandwich? This is a very unusual article. Don't worry though, I will be SURE to pray for you the next time I hit up Chick-fil-a.


If prayer makes anyone visiting their local Chik-Fil-A guilty, that's called conviction and maybe you should figure out what the problem is. It's not the me. Next time, rate the restaurant and not the experience. Or, if you have a problem with the company's beliefs...don't go there.


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