Doesn’t Measure Up

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So, recently someone measured a Subway sandwich and found out it doesn’t measure up. The foot longs (12 inches in a foot) are really only eleven. Subway counteracted by claiming the bread wasnt cooked to their specifications. That statement didn’t cut it so they went to the legal jargon saying “footlong” is a product description and not a measurement. Now everyone is “Subwaying” – taking photos of their sandwich next to a ruler, yard stick, measuring tape.

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These photos are a Quiznos ad in the making. The biggest part of this in my opinion is the reaction from Subway. We all know when McDonald’s says quarter pound or Angus 1/3rd pound the fine print says precooked patty weight.

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For Subway to come out at first and try to say that that particular sandwich wasn’t up to standard was a low blow and they had to know other people would measure up. On the other hand, if they give you an extra inch of bread, their meat already comes in predetermined selections ( 4 meatballs for a “footlong” 2 for a 6 inch.) Is it really that big a deal? @Royal_U_G 1royalradio.com

Chik Fil A / Marriage Controversy

This Chik Fil A thing has gotten ridiculous. If you are gay you will never make those of us straight people that don’t believe that you were born gay, believe it. Much like no straight person could make you believe that you weren’t born gay. The bigger issue here is what ends up happening to heterosexual and Christian institutions. If you boycott a company that doesn’t believe what you believe then you are basically saying you don’t want them to earn any money. So then what if you succeed and the company goes out of business? Then when these people with different beliefs than you go somewhere else to be hired do you also boycott them getting a new job? So then it becomes an issue because if this continues you are saying that people with different beliefs than you do not deserve to earn a living and support their family. But wait, isn’t that what homophobic people did to gays in the first place? Wasn’t the whole purpose of your “new civil rights movement” to stop discrimination and give people who believed and lived differently equal rights? If you don’t believe in Christianity, then why do you want a religious institution like marriage? Why then is it not enough to have a ceremony by a Justice of the Peace outside of a church and call it whatever new term you want to make up that’s as fabulous as a union of this sort implies? ( that was a joke, live with it) The fact of the matter is that I don’t believe what you believe, I will not apologize for what I believe nor would I expect you to either. But when my beliefs bleed over into my ability to feed my family and I am opressed because of these beliefs I will not stand for it.

Btw, what’s the deal with all the letters? It used to be LGB then LGBT then LGBTQ now it’s LGBTQIA ? How many sexual preferences can there really be in the world and do they all have to add a letter each year? Next year it will be LGBTQIA EIEIO that’s just plan confusing and does nothing to aid the cause.

PPS. Personally I support gay rights, if you have been able to put up with one person in a house for several years and you get cancer you deserve the same rights as a housewife in the same situation. There is NO good reason why people in a union of this sort should not be accorded equal rights. My only quarrel is that if you want a union not governed by religious precedents rituals and beliefs dont call it a marriage. #boom

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