Skip to comments.Lawyer Eating at Chick-fil-A Dropped Hundreds of Dollars on the Floor. Here’s What Happened ...
Posted on 04/14/2015 7:16:42 AM PDT by TexasCajun
Think the people at Chick-fil-A are honest, upstanding folks?
This story will confirm your hunch.
A civil rights lawyer in Decatur, Georgia, made a huge mistake when he dropped hundreds of dollars on the floor at a Chick-fil-A while eating breakfast, but a restaurant employee saved him from losing the cash, WXIA-TV reported.
Attorney Victor Long had $1,200 in cash on him money bound for the bank on April 1 when he ate breakfast at the restaurant, he told WXIA.
I didnt even think about backtracking, because I figured anybody who found the money, the way people need things now, it probably never was going to come back, he said. I hoped that whoever got the money would need it. And I was satisfied with that. And I thought that if someone who found it needed it, it would be a blessing to me.
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Chick-fil-A employee Jacob King meets Victor Long, the man who dropped a large amount of cash inside the restaurant. (Image WXIA-TV)
My 17 year old son works for Chick-Fil-A. It’s the best first work experience that any of my 8 kids have had, by far.
OK, so what’s a black democrat political hate-speech activist doing with that much loose cash in his pocket?
But the NAACP are perfectly innocent, aren’t they? No corruption at all.
Uh... this phrase is revealing of a mindset. No time to expound now.
I love Chick-Fil-A.
I am told there is one in Boca where I work, but it is deep in the food court in the Town Center Mall.
I need one with a drive-Thru as my schedule is so crazy.
The one in Coral Springs has a drive-thru, so sometimes I go there.
I deeply respect that they are closed on Sunday, but that is the day that I am free to eat out! Grrrrrr.
Want to bet it was a sucker-trap for a democrat lawyer to then claim it was “taken” by the white-christian-racist Chick-filet restaurant staff?
Nice reflection on the young mans upbringing.
That said, I’m certain that $1,200 headed for the bank was going to be reported as income. /s
Eat more chikun’.
It keeps good folks like Mr. King employed.
Ain't that the truth. There's the right way to handle a situation and the wrong way. Did you find money and know who it belongs to? Give it back, period. I wish more people would think this way.
It is entirely possible that the Lord caused this to happen, to make a big difference in that “black democrat political hate-speech activist’s” life!
We crazy Christians call that a “Godly Appointment”!
I love when stuff like this happens.
My thought, too. Geez, what a cynic I have become.
And eating at a CFA?
I love to spend my money at businesses like this that will stand up to the sodomites, and avoid like the plague businesses like Apple that hire sodomite CEO’s that aggressively push sodomy.
I don’t think so, if it was $1200.
If it was 100 to 300, maybe.
Allow me to expound on your behalf...
Self-identified "need", although usually only rooted in desire, is sufficient justification to this lawyer to take what doesn't belong - and he believes it's okay! Just because you "need"/want something, it should be provided.
...try dat at Murry's Chicken/Laundromat in da Bronx and not only will your money be gone by the employee would have been shot and robbed
Thank you. That’s exactly is. As if a self-defined “need” is a justification for dishonesty.
And because he stated it this way, that’s the way his value system works.
Want to bet it was a sucker-trap for a democrat lawyer to then claim it was taken by the white-christian-racist Chick-filet restaurant staff?
Use some class and don’t make everything about race. That is what we accuse the race hustlers of doing. BTW the employee was black.
Perfect. Let’s hijack a good news thread and put the focus on the bad things we can throw in.
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