They say you should “stand for something or you’ll fall for anything.”
It’s good to see somebody finally standing up for something important… like chicken nuggets.
According to Fox News, Rider University students voted to bring Chick-fil-A to their New Jersey campus, but the private university put the kibosh on the whole thing due to because of the chain’s corporate values. Cynthia Newman, the dean of the College of Business, resigned arguing that her own personal values apparently did not align with the school’s.
Yeah, yeah, yeah political, religious, bureaucratic bullshit aside, we all know what this story is really about… Nobody wants to work at a place where you can’t Chick-fil-A on the regular.
You got the College of New Jersey, Thomas Edison State College right across the street, those smart S.O.B.’s at Princeton are right down the road, and not too far we have Rutgers and Monmouth, who are all probably enjoying Chick-fil-A. You think she wants to crack a window and smell that beautiful chicken sandwich aroma down the street knowing she can’t have it? Hell no.
The point is I’m not taking a job ANYWHERE if Chick-fil-A isn’t nearby. If Chick-fil-A wanted to expand to the cubicle next to mine and Whiskey Riff corporate put a Wendy’s there instead, my two weeks would be on HR’s desk so fucking fast they wouldn’t know whether to shit or go blind.
That’s a metaphor, we don’t have cubicles, there’s no corporate or HR… it’s fucking awesome here. But, you get the point…