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In 1946, S. Truett Cathy, took out a small loan and opened a restaurant in Hapeville, GA. The humble establishment had four tables and ten counter seats. Cathy named it, aptly, the Dwarf Grill. Full of optimism and ambition, if not experience, Cathy experimented with different ways to make flavorful chicken in short order, and his business steadily grew by serving up quality food in a friendly atmosphere – it wasn’t uncommon… Read More

Mike Adams is one of the funniest writers I know. Last week he told his facebook friends, “I’m tired of sexism. I’m opening a Dude-fil-A.” Okay, some of his jokes are silly. Some of them will make you groan. But even when he cracks a joke, at least in this case, there’s a something worth paying attention to. I want to apply this Dude-fil-A wisecrack to a movement afoot concerning Chick-fil-A. It… Read More