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Kfc in slc just blocked bowsite on wifi
Just stopped by for quick bite, and tried to pull bowsite up and there wifi denied because of sporthunting. Kfc really? Wow what they do to chickens and they do that?? Freaking crazy world...
WOW... bunch of chicken killers.
And it ain't even good chicken........
The colonel doesn't want you hunting for anything other than extra crispy!
They don't want red meat eaters! I run into the same thing when I use WiFi at plasma donation center. Any website with "gun", "bow" or "weapon" in URL is blocked. So no bowsite or watching Randy Anderson manage coyotes while I help save lives.
I can't understand how they stay open. Overpriced and bad tasting.
I quit eating there when they stopped serving livers, but hey..
I would of never known, I don't trust public WiFi
In my college days I once ate a 24 piece chicken bucket at one sitting. I was really hungry :)
I don't believe I've eaten there since. That had to be 15 years ago :)
Dang Bake I bet you paid for that the next day!
Dang Bake, you must have been "baked"... haha
24 pc is a normal meal for me, even with all the sides, it might last two days .... might have a few thighs left over, not much though ... havnt had it in a while, the prices on the dead bird went crazy ...
Only time I go there is for livers and gizzards.
The last time I ate at Popeyes they were showing gator hunting on the big screen. Them down home southern values!!!
Same thing with Qdoba in Longmont, CO. "War games or Sport hunting content" first time I've seen something like that.
The Colonel would have slapped them in the face.
Download a quality VPN app. Turn on VPN. Log onto public wifi. Surf your favorite hunting sites without any issues. You're welcome! :)
If you are using a public wifi, you should always use a VPN. Just an extra layer of security.
Aren't KFCs a Franchise. If so that means that this policy is probably for that franchise only.
I like their chicken meals, I do not go there for the internet.
Regarding the OP, discrimination against what is foundational, natural, and, essentially, a higher form of services provided is depraved.
"Liver Eatin' Sink" *.... I like it :)
*(homage to the real Jeremiah Johnson)
The wife and I go there once in awhile but only for the $ 5 meals. To expensive other wise, I mean come on its chicken. Never use there WiFi or any other places for that matter.
Horrible product, and what a joke that they would have the nerve to suggest we are the one's being "cruel to animals"...
Wonder if they would be OK with videos of their suppliers’ assembly-line operation with the live chickens hanging upside down as they go through the throat-cutting machine?
Grilled 8 chicken breasts last night...total cost $10.
Some of you back in your younger days?
Bojangles is a bunch better. Not greasy like KFC either.
ELKMAN and TXhunter x2.
What gets me is why do they even care, and what business is it of theirs what I'm watching or reading?
The problem with KFC...in fact alot of chicken joint...is they use #2 and #3 grade chicken pieces. When they deep fry up a leg and the meat and coating shriveled up exposing alot of the leg bone.....you know it was low quality yard bird. KFC does have good coating, just low quality bird....at least in my KFC experiences.
Actually this picture was taken at about the same time frame as I ate the 24 piece bucket. I’m a LOT fatter now. But I can’t blame that specific chicken bucket
Fried chicken is still my most favorite meal in the world and I can eat it until I'm sick....probably do a 24 pc. bucket, easy....and this is me about 4 years ago at age 55.
It's all about moderation, Bake! ;-)
Not sure if I could eat it puréed, Nick! ;-)
Midwest, I'm about the same at 60 ;0) .... runnin' and racin' for 40+ years... did my first 10 miles of the summer yesterday (5 out-5 back/87 degree temp).... average runs are 5-7 miles 3-5 days a week with about a half dozen 13.1'ers tossed in for measure every spring/summer..... I do more at 60yrs than many high schooler's do at 17yrs ... the youth is so out of shape today ...so is society as a whole ...
Atta boy JTV....I hit the big six-o this September!
dont let age and lousy health bring ya down.. I seen what it did to my dad... Diabetes ... it runs in my family... It aint hit me yet, doc says exercise and diet , and it may never go full blown.. doc says pre-diabetic. I say horse crap !! ... my blood tests show I'm good... just watch out for your prostate .... I'm on two meds now for BPH ... if you have trouble pissin', waking up at night, etc. get it checked before you end up in the ER with a catheter (been there, 3 times !!)...with the meds and no alcohol, I'm fine ..
I haven't been to a KFC since I noticed the local one bans citizens from carrying firearms on their premises.
Worldwide, the vast majority of people do not have clue as to what healthy food is. It's also an eye opener to look at men and women's physiques in magzines from the 1950s period. Genetics doesn't change that fast.
The lardification of America!
"Worldwide, the vast majority of people do not have clue as to what healthy food is. It's also an eye opener to look at men and women's physiques in magazines from the 1950s period. Genetics doesn't change that fast." ________________________________________________________________________________
Haha I feel like I step into a time warp every time I make my yearly visit to China. Sichuan to be specific. It reminds me of how people looked in the US during the 60's when I was growing up. 95% of people are thin by our standards, and only ~5% a little heavy. In my seven trips there (3 weeks each) I've never seen anyone American's would classify as obese or morbidly obese. Like I see at Walmart driving an electric cart every time I go. My wife's high school in MianYang has 10,000 students and the chef's there bring in carts of fresh vegetables from the local market every day. Nothing is canned. No dishes contain sugar. And it's good stuff. I eat a lot each trip and still lose weight. But they do have a few KFC's in her city, and the young people are starting to visit.
I never felt like a bigger lard ass than when I visited Japan!