"I stopped at Chick-fil-A. Yeah, controversial, I know. When I'm traveling, I crave things I don't normally eat."
Makes clear he still doesn't "support the anti-gay marriage thing."
"I guess you couldn't withstand the pressure of society and now feel you have to fit in. Sad day it is."
A pro-LGBTQ group says the chicken chain has agreed to stop funding groups that oppose gay marriage. But the chain itself isn't talking.
It's now set for October 25, protest and all.
New York's only Chick-fil-A reopens, seems unaffected by this summer's controversy.
The chain may need to focus its hateful contributions to fight the NEA more than gay marriage.
Five members of the city's Architectural Review Board have stepped down after refusing to vote on the chain's forthcoming location.
They just purchased a former Carl's Jr., making this their fourth or fifth new Bay Area location. Protest seems inevitable.
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They can take away his freedom, but they'll never take away his promotion boost.
After founder Carl Karcher's donations to anti-abortion and homophobic causes were uncovered, protests roiled his restaurants in the late eighties.
The artist is naively hoping to be let off if he pays for the wall to be repainted.
Doubt he means it.
Police are currently probing Manny Castro's claims that he painted the side of a Chick-fil-A in protest.
LGBT coupons, chick-on-chick fillets, etc.
The place was swarmed by reporters, making it difficult to operate.