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Lanie
01-13-2015, 03:29 PM
“I was about to leave when this gentleman walked in the door,” Mark told me. “I could tell he needed some help. We have people come in from time to time – so you kind of know.”

And sure enough, Mark’s instinct was correct.

“He asked if there was some work he could do so that he could get something to eat,” he said.
Now, it would not be unusual for a person like that be escorted out of a restaurant. But the Chick-fil-A on Highway 280 is no ordinary restaurant. Last year, when a freak snowstorm hit the city, Meadows and his staff personally fed hundreds of motorists trapped in their cars – free of charge.

So instead of ordering the indigent man to leave, Mark invited him to have a meal. As the man waited for his chicken sandwich and waffle fries, Mark could not help but notice the man was rubbing his hands together.

“There’s a look about somebody’s hands that’s been out in the cold,” Mark said. “It’s got that cold look about them.”

The man did not have a pair of gloves. So Mark gave him his.

Darn those people for forcing their morals! Oh yeah, link (http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2015/01/12/wont-believe-what-chick-fil-did-for-homeless-man/).

Dlr Pyro
01-13-2015, 04:06 PM
The staff at Chick Fil A and also at In-N-Out Burger are always a cut above the staff at any of the other fast food restaurants I have gone to.

It's not surprising that both are companies whose founders have strong Christian beliefs too.

Dan D. Doty
01-13-2015, 04:36 PM
The same people who protested CFA would have either bitched about the guy being in there, left to avoid him, or pitched a fit about how someone should buy the guy a meal instead of doing it themselves.

They're experts at bitching, rather then doing something to make the world a little better.

FlaGator
01-13-2015, 04:50 PM
If more people behaved this way then there would be a lot less trouble in the world.

thundley4
01-13-2015, 05:16 PM
This was the same guy that took food to stranded motorists during a storm last winter, I believe.

RobJohnson
01-13-2015, 05:30 PM
The same people who protested CFA would have either bitched about the guy being in there, left to avoid him, or pitched a fit about how someone should buy the guy a meal instead of doing it themselves.

They're experts at bitching, rather then doing something to make the world a little better.


Very true.