Skip to comments.Chick Fil A video on Youtube(It's a redneck convention)
Posted on 08/10/2012 4:02:47 PM PDT by DallasBiff
The video starts out with a lesbian like woman stating how angry she is at the turnout at a southern California Chick Fil A, and then comes the "it's a redneck convention", by whom I think is her daughter, and then it is selected interviews to put conservatives in a bad light.
A new Brian Williams/Dan Rather in the making.
Where’s the link?
Where it says *8/2/12" bolded in red.
Sorry I made a mistake.
She can try to spin it any way she likes. I saw cars full of Black, and Hispanic people in line next to me when I was going through the drive-thru. This was at Sunset and Highland in Hollywood, California.
I’ll be frequenting that location at least once per month from here on out.
I am so envious!!! (none here)
The Coral Springs CFA is still as crowded as ever, and there are a lot of Black People, Hispanics, LEOs, Paramedics, Bikers, families, teens, elders, etc.
A very “diverse” group.
It was 13.5 miles from my home. That’s 27 miles round trip. But it was worth the drive. :-)
In Colorado we stood in line two hours, the cars were lined up for a mile I am sure.
Every color and size was there.
I talked to a person in line and asked why he was there, he said “freedom of speech”. He went on to tell me that he completely disagreed with the statement about traditional marriage, he supported homosexual marriage but that no one should be pressured by the government to retract their statements.
Here in Indianapolis it was heartening to see several black families interviewed on support CFA day saying how they support the biblical definition of marriage.
Shown on several local tv stations, shockingly....
If they think those people are “rednecks” then they’ve never been within 10 miles of a redneck! BTW, rednecks are a good part of who built this country that the froot-loops who made this video enjoy today. I wish they would go overseas and see what the third world is like before they criticize the greatest country ever raised up by man. They have no idea how good they’ve got it here, even today with Obama’s severe recession and all the other problems.
Your post makes me pine for So. Cal......especially since it's a 110 degrees out today with about 40% humidity.
Malibu must be very nice right about now...
It seems youtube is pepered with ridicule videos (many with music that seems to violate copyright)
Everythng is about ridiculing any pro-marriage or conservative a a religious kook and that ONLY the homosexual arguments are based on reason and logic. They never show a person who is pro-marriage on a reason non-religious bases.
Is that top fuel or alcohol drag hydro yours? Envious again, even more so! Did you know Tom Wright of Hermiston, OR?
I can walk out to my balcony and see the mountain range above and inland from Malibu. I would suspect it’s rather warm down there today, 75-80s or so.
It’s been relatively warm here inland, 90 to 105.
Actually, I just took a look and the inversion layer has limited visibility to about five or six (clearly) of the thirty-five miles or so out to that mountain range.
Pea soup for you! Noooo...
Yep, like the definition of Marriage in the dictionary for one, though that has all been changed on the Web.
I've always wondered if you can start changing the meanings of words, how can Contract law survive?
Loose Cannon is a Reno based Top Fuel Hydro driven by Greg Tedesco and no it isn’t mine. I am just one of his biggest fans. Been an NDBA then IHBA fan all my life. Is that the same Tom Wright from the IHBA? I didn’t know him, no.
LOL, it was 90 here at 6:00 AM. I think that was the low for the night!
Well, there is always Santa Barbara, just a stroll up the coast ;)
Yes, Tom had the Cuckoo’s Nest Top Fuel hydro. They held one or two exhibitions on the Columbia River just a mile from here but had to discontinue due to an eddy in the river (real exciting at 200+). I was a customer of Mr. Wright’s motorcycle shop and a fan.
Yes, that’s true. Boy you sure are a glutton for Conservative punishment. LOL
Just kidding. We like Santa Barbara too.
For that matter, there are some great places to eat in or near Malibu too.
I first saw a drag boat race in the late 60s at SkiLand in Perris, CA. and I was hooked. My friends and I would travel anywhere to see them. I saw Smoke on The Water break the 200mph mark at Long Beach Marine Stadium. I saw that same boat crash at Irvine Lake years later. Lake Ming in Bakersfield was one of my favorite venues. I have many good memories connected with that place and with racing.
That's the one thing I really miss about So. Cal is the restaurants.
I used to get into discussions with Burbank Karl regarding some of the really good places that were around in the 70-80's and are no longer there.
Come to think of it, I haven't seen Burbank Karl around here for a long time....hope all is well with him.
Burbank Karl’s last post was April 15th this year.
I’m not sure what happened to him.
With regard to the places that catered to the middle-class people who used to live here, their base now lives in points east. It’s with a great deal of sorrow that I view this place today. I remember what it used to be.
So do you.
Take care FRiend, gotta run for now.
I laugh when I think of American Graffiti.
If people could see the area that was filmed in today, they’d toss their cookies.
You can’t even hang out in much of that area after dark.
I went to a Sears on the corner of Van Nuy’s Boulevard and Roscoe about five years ago. The signage was in Hispanic lettering about 5” tall, with English subtitled below in about 1.5” lettering. One of the people who worked there, warned me not to remain there after dark. That is where Adrays used to be. It was a very busy middle-class store, doing a massive volume in sales.
Van Nuys Boulevard looks like you took modern buildings, moved out all Caucasians, and moved in the inhabitants of Tijuana, after issuing each of them a shopping basket they could stroll the streets with.
I use to cruise that boulevard in the evenings. Now it’s a source of deep sorrow even to think about.
Me, too. And I miss that.
I used to work on Van Nuys. It was getting bad yrs ago when I left.
There was a huge turnout on 8/1/12 in Southern California, and yet you are negative.
You take are to Las Vegas Ron.
Lets try this again:
You take care too Las Vegas Ron. I’m using a new keyboard and I’ll be missing some key punches until I get used to it.
Thanks SCalGal. So do I.
LOL...Wednesday Nights on Van Nuys Blvd.
We must be around the same age, I'm 51.
I know exactly what you mean about the areas you wrote about, they were all nice, middle class areas and have since been run over.
Even where my Mom lives in Northridge, is getting to be the same way.
She is not far from CSUN, maybe a mile or so West and it was looking like a ghetto last I saw it about 2 years ago.
You and I have a perspective of what this "invasion" has done that too many other people don't.
I've been here in Vegas for about 12 years and would guess by now anything North or Riverside Drive is pretty much down the drain by now.
There was a nice showing on 08/01/12. I was happy to see it.
Look, I’m not going to be able to explain everything that has taken place in this region over the last twenty-five years or so. I do think you risk being woefully ill informed if you don’t listen to folks who have lived the area for close to fifty years as I have, and have witnessed what took place.
Would you rather live in an area with a robust middle class work force, or in a riddled section eight housing district?
Just sayin FRiend.
Too bad LV Ron, me and you will not see a cent from the SS(Social Security), while Doughtyone is the guy who will suck the system dry.
The chicken biscuit was very good. The biscuit is much flakier and tastier than the Mc Donalds sausage biscuit. I am going to be a regular at Chick fil A.
I’m 61. I used to work at the Exxon on the corner of Van Nuys Boulevard and Sherman way when I was a kid.
The San Fernando Valley is gone. The areas west of downtown L. A. that used to be classy two story dwellings are now run down, paint peeling, once gain... shopping baskets on the side-walks.
Large $500 million dollar high schools in downtown Los Angeles are now almost fully occupied by the children of illegal immigrants.
We’re talking about four of them that I am aware of.
We talking state of the art structures, with hardly a U. S. Citizen attending.
I could go on but there are some parts of this I can’t address. Other parts, there isn’t enough time.
Me thinks you owe a heart felt sincere apology to D O.
As for the rest of you post, what is there to say, just damn.
You take care too (again)
This time I really have to get out of here.
They opened the door for us.
The restaurant was very clean.
Our server was very polite.
The charbroiled chicken sandwiches and waffle fries were great.
The experience was a good one and one unlike I have ever experienced at any McDonald’s.
I will happily return and support this restaurant chain.
Doughty if you were a kid when "Esso" was "Exxon", then you must be Zaa Zaa Gabor
That was in the neighborhood of ‘73/’74.
Sorry, last post to you was posted to the wrong individual.
That was in the neighborhood of 73/74.
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