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Aint Nobody got eyes that can see Anymore after lookin at dat Ass!
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Isn't that meme kind of racist?
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BWAHAHAHAHA!!!!! This is great! Love it! i.imgflip.com/38dnt5.gif (click to show)
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Which is funny, cuz the Bible doesn't say anything about being closed on Sundays....
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7 ups, 3w,
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"Remember the Sabbath Day, to keep it holy..."

The owner wanted to reflect it in his business.
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3 ups, 3w,
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And what day is the Sabbath Day...?
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7 ups, 3w,
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For Jews, it is Saturday. For Christians, Sunday. Honestly, doesn't matter which day you keep, as long as you keep it.
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3 ups, 3w
^Basically this
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I agree with your answer. The explanations and Scripture you give later are accurate. I believe that Timber1972 is Seventh Day Adventist. He is obviously very deep into their indoctrination as he says that you are not a believer because you disagree with his view of Sabbath keeping.

He may not realize this and probably doesn't care due to his indoctrination, but if has a added "Saturday Sabbath keeping" to what is necessary for salvation, that's "another gospel" as spoken of in Galatians 1 and according to v8-9 whoever preaches or believes "another gospel" is accursed.

I like to share these charts with SDAs because the pastor who put them together was fifth generation Seventh Day Adventist before he was saved.
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0 ups, 3w
You believe incorrectly. The Seventh Day Adventists are just as much a part of Babylon as all the rest of man's denominations and religions.

If you claim to be a believer, you ought not violate the 9th Commandment, which is "you must not falsely accuse." I didn't say "you are not a believer if you disagree with my view of Sabbath keeping." I said you are not a believer if you do not obey God. "If you love Me, keep My Commandments."

How do you obey God? The 10 Commandments is a good start. Your "chart" is just another in a two thousand year justification of why obedience is "not necessary", and, itself, an explicit violation of the 2nd Commandment. You...as Paul, Peter, and others prophesied...consider grace to be freedom TO sin, rather than what it really is: freedom FROM sin. "You shall know them by their fruits..."

As I have already said...multiple times...I am not a believer, nor am I a follower of any of man's religions. Of course...you are not a believer, either, despite your claims.

Finally...why not address me directly...? Interesting that you didn't, isn't it...? Would a believer dismiss someone, as you have...? Or accuse them falsely, as you have...? Or accuse them of being "indoctrinated", as you have...?

All just manifestations of Babylon the Great.
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Really...? For "christians" it's Sunday....? Where do you find that in the Bible....?

And where do you find that it "doesn't matter which day you keep, as long as you keep it"...?

What does the Fourth Commandment say...?
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8 ups, 3w,
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Some reading material for you...

COL 2:16-17
HEB 8:13
HEB 4:9-11
Acts 15
Acts 20:7
GAL 4:10-11
ROM 7
ROM 14:5-12

The New Testament never commands Christians to observe the Sabbath. The apostle Paul warned the Gentiles about many different sins in his epistles, but breaking the Sabbath was never one of them. Just do a search about living under the Law after you've been saved.

"What does the Fourth Commandment say...?"

What do commandments 11 - 435 say? And more importantly, do you follow any of them? I highly doubt it. Well, James 2:10-13 says if you break one, you've broken them all. Are you sure you want to live under the OT Law?
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Why the defensive posture...? You're not bothered by questions, are you?

You didn't answer my question: where does the Bible say that it "doesn't matter which day you keep, as long as you keep it"...? If the New Testament "never commands Christians to observe the Sabbath" (which is inaccurate), why then did you say you should keep at least A day...? If it doesn't say it, you shouldn't "need" to keep anything at all. Right?

Perhaps your defensive reaction should be a hint to you.
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Not bothered by questions, bothered by people who ignore answers and keep going around in a circle trying to find an "AHA, GOTCHA" moment (like your second paragraph).

Keeping a day has to do with gathering with other members of the church to learn, share fellowship, reflect on the week, and praise God. Do you think God is going to not pay attention to you if you do that on Wednesday instead of Sunday (or I guess Saturday to your legalistic thinking)? Or that God gets miffed at people whose professions require they work on Saturday and/or Sunday?

I see you enjoyed getting on your soapbox with Pascalean down below. Well, again, I'll ask you: do you follow Commandments 11 - 435? Or do you just follow the first 10 and call it a day? Because if you've ever had sex with a woman within 7 days of her period, you broke a commandment. If you've ever failed to sacrifice a heifer in a field bisected by a stream to atone for a dead body found between two cities, you've broken a commandment. Do you still sacrifice a spotless lamb every year to atone for the sins of you and your family, at a place, time, and under the direction of a priest as perfectly described in the Torah?

I'm going to guess you don't and never have.

The Law was given to the people of Israel to demonstrate just how far below God's standards they are. Christ fulfilled the Law and entered us into a New Covenant in His blood. If you're still living by the Old Testament, you're living under the Law, something Paul taught heavily against. And from the sound of it, you're living under 2.5% of the Law and acting holier-than-thou about it.

But sure, go ahead and refer to my "defensive posture" again.
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"I'd love to know where in the New Testament it says to label everyone you disagree with as a pagan and condemn them to hell. I must've missed that one."

I'm happy to have this conversation with you as long as you are willing...but I'm not going to wade through hidden comments that were downvoted by people who are afraid of the discussion. If you want to discuss...let's discuss. Downvoting into oblivion is proof of the defensiveness I was referring to earlier.

No one condemned you to anything. That's your indoctrination by Babylon the Great that leads you to that conclusion, because you believe in the pagan/Babylonian concept of hell. I label you a pagan because what you write IS pagan. It has nothing to do with whether or not I "disagree" with you. That's just a silly rhetorical game that people play.

What you don't understand is that not only does hell exist, hell is not a "place" to which someone can "go." It is a spiritual state of existence. I'm in hell right now (and expect to be here a good while longer.) So are you. So is Pascalean, and anyone else who will not obey God. It's just the way it is.

Are you offended by that...? Almost certainly, because of what you think hell is. But maybe...just maybe...you might pause to reconsider whether your conception of hell is correct.

The idea of "eternal hell where people go who reject "Christ" (not His Name, by the way) and are tortured for eternity"...if that is what you believe...is thoroughly and completely pagan. God never conceived of such a thing. That's all man.
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"Talking to you is a waste of time. And on that note, I'm done. I've posted chapter and verse, you just keep harping on the same point over and over and calling everyone a pagan and unbeliever.

Toodles."

Sure. As with all followers of Babylon, you are defensive and hostile at being challenged on your fundamental beliefs. No worries. I was, too, until God took me out of it (with no credit to me.) It's completely natural. But what is natural is opposed to God, as the scripture says.

I repeat what John wrote: "Come out of her, My people..."

Remember, I am not a believer, either, because I do not obey. But God sends rain on the just and the unjust alike, and I thank Him for that. Good luck. Nothing happens without reason.
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"I've backed up everything I've said with chapter and verse. You're just arguing what you "think" and then turning it into a question to try to put words in peoples' mouths.

"You, also, are not a believer, evidenced by the things you say here."

MATT 7:1

Nice talking to you. Have fun driving more people away from God."

Why do you make people go look things up...? Why don't you just post what it says here, as Pascalean did? And yes, Matthew 7:1 is one of the very favorites of those who don't wish to be judged.

Are you aware that judgment is life...? That without judgment, we are dead in our sins, not knowing our left hand from our right...? What does the REST of that passage say...?

"Why do you look at the speck in your brother’s eye, but fail to notice the beam in your own eye? How can you say to your brother, ‘Let me take the speck out of your eye,’ while there is still a beam in your own eye? You hypocrite! First take the beam out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother’s eye."

...notice the end, there...? Get your house in order first, and THEN you'll be in a position to tell your brother how to clean his.

What does Jesus say in John...? Here, I'll paste it out for you: "Judge not according to the appearance, but judge righteous judgment.(John 7:24)

So, there IS...according to the God of the universe...a type of judging which is good, holy, just, and necessary.

If I can drive people away from Babylon, I'm more than happy to do so.
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Me - "They changed the "day of rest" from the Sabbath to Sunday on no authority but their own, to honor their pagan beliefs, and fooling billions in the process."

You - "Um, the Apostles did this in the book of Acts. Did you just call the Apostles pagans?"

That's the "so you're saying..." game, and it's a waste of time.

You'll find no such thing anywhere in the NT, much less in Acts.
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Talking to you is a waste of time. And on that note, I'm done. I've posted chapter and verse, you just keep harping on the same point over and over and calling everyone a pagan and unbeliever.

Toodles.
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Why the need for downvotes...? Is this discussion something to be afraid of...? "We don't like what you say, so we'll downvote you so no one has to see it"....?

That's pretty cowardly, don't you think...? Something someone who had a defensive posture would do...?

When the first thing you say is "Some reading material for you...", as if the person to whom you're speaking has not already completely read it, and is not already thoroughly familiar with it, that's a defensive posture. You also don't bother to quote what those references say, leaving the reader to go "look it up", rather than making it easier for everyone and posting them here.

That you think there is some "AHA, GOTCHA!" also is a defensive posture. Asking questions isn't a "gotcha!"...it's asking questions.

You fail to make the distinction between the ceremonial law, which was given after Sinai, and referred specifically to the sacrificial system...a shadow of things to come, now done away...and the 10 Commandments, which are eternal. I'm sure you understand the difference.

I'm not a believer, because I don't obey. The standard for belief isn't what you claim...it's what you do; obedience. The entire Bible testifies to that. You, also, are not a believer, evidenced by the things you say here. For example: "(do you think) that God gets miffed at people whose professions require they work on Saturday and/or Sunday?"

That's an expression of active disbelief. If God is who you think He is...do you not believe that He is more than capable of giving you work that doesn't require you to work on the Sabbath...? Or is God subject to the desires of your employer...? Doesn't God honor those who honor Him...? "Sorry, God, I can't obey your eternal commandment...my boss says I gotta work!"

Does that sound right to you...?
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I've backed up everything I've said with chapter and verse. You're just arguing what you "think" and then turning it into a question to try to put words in peoples' mouths.

"You, also, are not a believer, evidenced by the things you say here."

MATT 7:1

Nice talking to you. Have fun driving more people away from God.
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The early church changed the day to reflect the day of the resurrection. Sabbath simply refers to the seventh day. So for every seven days, one day is to be set aside for rest. The used this in their farming and economy as well. The Jews were strict about keeping the letter of the law, whereas, the early Christians were seeking to break from the letter and obey the "spirit" of the law. Both the writings of the Church Fathers and Roman Historians confirm this.
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Whose authority did they need?
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You can't argue it both ways.

Either it doesn't matter when the "day of rest" is...in which case it can be any day...or it does, in which case, everyone ought to know exactly when it is.

"John 20:1 Early on the first day of the week, while it was still dark, " - first day of the week starts at sundown on what the Romans called "Saturday." Days were accounted from sunset to sunset.

Notice - it was still dark, and He was already gone. There goes the "Sunday morning Easter (Ashtoreth) dawn services."

"John 20:19 On the evening of that first day of the week," - thank you for posting this. This is the most important one of all in this discussion. Notice what it says: "the evening of that first day of the week." By Roman calculation (what we use today) that was SATURDAY EVENING, after sunset. SUNDAY EVENING would have been the SECOND day of the week.

"Matthew 28: After the Sabbath, at dawn on the first day of the week, " - He was already long gone by this point, as the above verses state.

"Luke: 24:1 On the first day of the week, very early in the morning, the women took the spices...they did not find the body of the Lord Jesus."

Correct, as He was already gone.

These have already been answered, long before me, by better people than me. They are Babylon's justifications for keeping their pagan "holy day" (the day of the Sun.)

"Many people who are required to work on Sunday, do in fact choose other days. And good for them. They are still putting a day aside for rest. You're the one hung up on legalistic custom."

And what does the Commandment, one of the Ten, say? "Remember any day you wish, to keep it holy"...?

Where do you find the Sabbath being "changed to Sunday" in the New Testament? The Catholics are very upfront about where they find that authority:

"Q. By what authority did the Church substitute Sunday for Saturday?

A. The Church substituted Sunday for Saturday by the plenitude of that divine power which Jesus Christ bestowed upon her."

This is the Roman Catholic catechism. The Catholics plainly state that they changed it because they say so, and had the authority to do so. Their authority is themselves.

"The early believers met on the first day of the week to celebrate the Agape Feast, because they were in better position to know what day Jesus rose than you. The actual witnesses were alive and speaking to them at the time."

The gospel writers say otherwise, & it's ultimately irrelevant.
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Of course. As expected and predicted, rationalization and justifications for why one doesn't have to obey, along with Babylon's standard arguments, while completely brushing aside the scriptural basis and evidence for when the Sabbath actually occurs. As if the God who spoke from the fiery mountain isn't the same God who walked with the apostles "in the flesh"...as if that has any meaning (2 Cor 5:16) And as if Paul would ever consider having the authority to do away with the 4th Commandment, rather than what he was actually talking about: the 7 "special Sabbaths" throughout the Hebrew year.

Sabbath means STOP.

You confess it yourself: "Legalists concern themselves with useless "days" and "customs" for the sake of control." As if the perversion of the Commandment is justification for throwing out the Commandment entirely. "Welp...the Pharisees screwed it up, so let's just do away with it entirely; it's obviously not important!" Yes, that's the entire point: we don't want to be under anyone's control...obedience? Who needs it?

The followers of Babylon have made these arguments for centuries. It's nothing new. But if 40 years...2,080 weeks...didn't reinforce what the Sabbath day actually is....because, you know, it wasn't *really* that important...that whole killing the man gathering sticks...? That was all Moses' idea...right?...then why not take your day of "rest" on Tuesday, or Friday, or Wednesday...? You argue that "Sunday" became the day to "commemorate the resurrection"...which didn't take place on "Sunday", and you'll find no commandment in the NT to do so...nor, by the way, to celebrate "Jesus' birthday", especially on the long established holy pagan day "Sol Invictus."

No, we just do those things because it's tradition, and someone a long time ago thought it would be a good idea....

You might want to some research on just how accurate "the calendar" (which has nothing to do with days of the week, but rather dates of months) actually has been.
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"then why not take your day of "rest" on Tuesday, or Friday, or Wednesday...? You argue that "Sunday" became the day to "commemorate the resurrection"..."

John 20:1 Early on the first day of the week, while it was still dark, Mary Magdalene went to the tomb and saw that the stone had been removed from the entrance. 2 So she came running to Simon Peter and the other disciple, the one Jesus loved, and said, “They have taken the Lord out of the tomb, and we don’t know where they have put him!”

John 20:19 On the evening of that first day of the week, when the disciples were together, with the doors locked for fear of the Jewish leaders, Jesus came and stood among them and said, “Peace be with you!”

Matthew 28: After the Sabbath, at dawn on the first day of the week, Mary Magdalene and the other Mary went to look at the tomb.

Luke: 24:1 On the first day of the week, very early in the morning, the women took the spices they had prepared and went to the tomb. 2 They found the stone rolled away from the tomb, 3 but when they entered, they did not find the body of the Lord Jesus. 4 While they were wondering about this, suddenly two men in clothes that gleamed like lightning stood beside them. 5 In their fright the women bowed down with their faces to the ground, but the men said to them, “Why do you look for the living among the dead? 6 He is not here; he has risen! Remember how he told you, while he was still with you in Galilee: 7 ‘The Son of Man must be delivered over to the hands of sinners, be crucified and on the third day be raised again.’ ” 8 Then they remembered his words.

Many people who are required to work on Sunday, do in fact choose other days. And good for them. They are still putting a day aside for rest. You're the one hung up on legalistic custom. Paul taught against that. The early believers met on the first day of the week to celebrate the Agape Feast, because they were in better position to know what day Jesus rose than you. The actual witnesses were alive and speaking to them at the time.
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I'd love to know where in the New Testament it says to label everyone you disagree with as a pagan and condemn them to hell. I must've missed that one.
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Well, you know, there's the whole speaking from the fiery and smoky mountain thing...

Let's cut to the chase: the 4th Commandment...if you believe it was given at all...was given by God. It's never changed. The whole kit and kaboodle about Sunday is thoroughly and completely pagan, from start to finish. The "venerable day of the Sun." Jesus did not rise from the dead on "Sunday." He rose at the end of the 7th day...that is, at dusk on what the Romans called SATURDAY...and the Jews called the Sabbath. The first day of the week (as all the days) STARTED at sundown...not midnight. Neither was He crucified on "Good Friday." All of this is exceptionally clear in the New Testament accounts...to those willing to set aside what they've been told and see it with unbiased eyes.

The "church fathers' were anything but, and were, in fact, the very men that Peter prophesied would make mincemeat of the church (2 Peter 2.) They changed the "day of rest" from the Sabbath to Sunday on no authority but their own, to honor their pagan beliefs, and fooling billions in the process.

You will find a direct Commandment from God...again, if you believe such things at all...to remember the Sabbath day. And how did God demonstrate which day was the Sabbath...? For 40 years...2,080 weeks...manna appeared for 6 days, but did not on the 7th. It was not merely a "random 7 day" cycle.

The pagans who parade themselves in front of the world, calling themselves "believers", are fond of quoting the "not living under the law" verses, because it gives them license to sin. Jesus said otherwise. And one of the Ten is hardly a "jot" or a "tittle."

Of course, the "Sunday keepers" will reject this, as they reject all the things of God, while claiming to follow and obey Him.
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"Well, you know, there's the whole speaking from the fiery and smoky mountain thing..."

Who needs a bush when you've walked with God in the flesh? Luke says himself that there weren't enough books in the world to record all the teachings and deeds that Christ performed while he walked with them, so you don't know what you don't know about early customs and their legitimacy.

Colossians 2:16 Paul admonishes, "Therefore do no let anyone judge you by what you eat or drink, or with regard to a religious festival, a New Moon celebration or a Sabbath day."

Sabbath means rest. The Commandment doesn't say "Saturday" or "Sunday", only that you work 6 days and rest. The reason is given that God created the earth in 6 days and rested, and the other reason given is to remember the plight in Egypt where they were made to work everyday, hence, the day of rest is to be holy (set apart for something special) and a day of remembering God and how he delivered them from the Egyptians. At some point someone decreed that on such and such a day the work week will begin, but that wasn't God, and the work week is different across all cultures. Only the Jews sought to kill people for not recognizing their arbitrary days and dates. Jesus didn't come to reinforce their error, but to correct it.

The Jews are the ones who ascribed the actual day--based on calendars available at that time. Those calendars were flawed and lost days every year, and I'm pretty sure God didn't smite them for not knowing what day it really was. Our calendar today isn't even that precise and requires a leap year just to catch up. Days and names are just arbitrary terms used to measure the passing of time anyway. Legalists concern themselves with useless "days" and "customs" for the sake of control. Jesus himself didn't even keep the Sabbath to their strict specifications, but was condemned for something as simple as picking wheat, eating a snack and healing someone. He is known for "fulfilling the law", but that falls apart if he was bound to the Jewish interpretation of it. So it wasn't about having a specific day of the week so much as having a day of rest for reflection and worship. The Jews reflected on their means of deliverance from the Egyptians, while the early Christians reflected on the deliverance from the condemnation of sin, brought about by the death and resurrection of Jesus, who appeared to them on the "first day".
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"They changed the "day of rest" from the Sabbath to Sunday on no authority but their own, to honor their pagan beliefs, and fooling billions in the process."

Um, the Apostles did this in the book of Acts. Did you just call the Apostles pagans?
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Um. God's...?
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Where does it say that?
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Honestly, I much, much prefer the Colonel.
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Waffle fries are pretty yummy!
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I personally prefer curly fries from hardys, but I do love me some kentucky fried chicken
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4 ups, 3w
Mm! Love curly fries
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Sooubway
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No, Publix deli subs...
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I'm lidding, but it wasn't THAT obvious unless you watch theodd1sout, so I'll let that one pass
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3 ups, 3w
Kidding*
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Popeye's spicy chicken is to die for...or to wait in drive thru for 1.5 hours for....and possibly only get regular, and not spicy, chicken, because they always run out of spicy at like 4pm...but really now, do all drive thrus look the same, or is that racist to even ask that question?
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Popeyes runs out b/c their chicken is awesome.
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2 ups, 3w
Chick-fil-a roast 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
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2 ups, 3w
Looking forward to their "People need to eat during Ramadan" promotion next year, and them changing their opening hours to include Dusk till Dawn
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the chicken sandwith battle is officially on
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0 ups, 2w
With this one tweet, Chick-fil-A has officially won!
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2 ups, 3w
the battle of the chicken sandwiches has started
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Chicl-Fil-A be like!!!!!!
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LOL!
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1 up, 3w
What about Bojangles?
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I'm sure you are very 'tolerant.'
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You really shouldn’t call the freaks of nature, subhumans.
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Ain't that the truth!!
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0 ups, 3w
Very unnecessary.
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