The fact that people can be so quick to criticize the holiday’s significance, and the fact that Chick-fil-A is open in California on May 28th makes me think that it is a holiday that is a bit of a sore subject.
It’s a holiday, but this is the exact opposite of the way I would have expected it to be celebrated. You can’t really change a person’s life or even their attitude or behavior by putting a bunch of plastic flowers in their lap. If you want to honor someone, you have to make them aware of the circumstances that led to their death.
We would’ve thought that Chick-fil-A would honor its customers by putting a wreath in their laps, and not be a corporation that is so concerned it can’t be bothered with proper memorial services. But no.
No one really wants to see a memorial service to a person who has just died, but the company is also very concerned with profits. This is because Chick-fil-A is essentially a corporation that makes money by selling its chicken. Chick-fil-A is also very concerned that its employees will not want to be remembered because of the way they died. In other words, it’s a corporation that can’t be bothered even if its customers don’t want to see it.
Chick-fil-A has a policy that says it will never memorialize any of its employees who have died. They feel this is an act of disrespect to the customers who actually worked there. The company is also very concerned that its employees might be embarrassed if they have to remember them. This is because, while Chick-fil-A itself has been involved in the death of hundreds of people, the company has never been involved in the death of any of its own employees.
Chick-fil-A has also had the unfortunate honor of being involved in the deaths of over a hundred people. I think they feel this is a somewhat hypocritical act. I mean, Chick-fil-A employees have been arrested for killing people, and Chick-fil-A executives have been charged with manslaughter.
While the company has always had a policy of allowing employees to be buried with the bodies of their loved ones, it may have just been an accident not to follow through on the policy. I’m sure they would’ve been happy to have Chick-fil-A’s CEO and co-founder, Dan Cathy, as a next of kin, but he was just a guy.
This is just another form of hypocrisy. Chick-fil-A employees have been arrested for killing people, and the owners of the company are being charged with manslaughter. While Chick-fil-A employees have always had a policy of allowing employees to be buried with the bodies of their loved ones, it may have just been an accident not to follow through on the policy.
Chick-fil-A CEO and COO, Dan Cathy, has been arrested on manslaughter charges in the killing of two men. Cathy’s lawyer says he only had a “half-assed” idea of what he was charged with until an undercover officer told him he was guilty.
The company is currently being prosecuted for not following its own policy of allowing family members to be buried with the bodies of their loved ones. The company has been called out for not doing this because it had a policy that’s been passed down to keep employees from being buried with the bodies of their loved ones.