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Reporter Lashes Out at Chick-Fil-A Customers

All they did was say they support traditional marriage and now Chick-Fil-A is enemy number one. It's so bad that newspapers are sending reporters out to interview Chick-Fil-A customers as if we're a recently discovered tribe of backward Neanderthals:

Mark Krzos, a reporter for the News-Press in Southwest Florida, was clearly depressed after returning from a local Chick-fil-A restaurant on Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day. “I have never felt so alien in my own country as I did today while covering the restaurant’s supporters,” Krzos wrote on his Facebook page. “The level of hatred, unfounded fear and misinformed people was astoundingly sad. I can’t even print some of the things people said.”
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Mary De Voe said...

Mark Kryzos says a man is a woman and a woman is a man so what else is he lying about?

Sophia's Favorite said...

RE: backward Neanderthals, actually a major difference between Neanderthals and anatomically modern humans is that they don't appear to have had sex-role specialization, and we do.

That is, anyone who fails to distinguish the sexes is the one behaving like a Neanderthal.

Joseph D'Hippolito said...

As a free-lance writer who has worked in newspapers for more than 30 years, I have to say that, if I was Kryzos' editor, I'd fire him on the spot. His job is not to antagonize deliberately the subjects he's covering for his personal amusement. Ask challenging questions, yes. Engage in mockery, no. This is what happens when "setting agendas" and "self-esteem" take over the minds and values of journalists. I hope this newspaper's readers raise Hell.

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