Anyway, Rob, yes you were joking some, and you might not have meant it as harsh as it could be taken, but remember--2 things that can be sensitive issues with some people are: religion (or beliefs) and politics. So don't be surprised if you get someone like me to reply to what you said like that.
While I didn't do an exhaustive search, I did find one lawsuit from a Muslim man who says he was fired because he wouldn't pray to Jesus at a meeting. That's a tough one, if you're running a Christian-based organization. There have been other situations with Muslims working for food establishments who are told "Shave the beard or you aren't working here," which is against their faith. *** Edited 5/26/2006 5:59:41 PM UTC by Intamin Fan***
Funny how our society can describe people with strong beliefs as religious nutcases. You never hear people called capitalist nutcases, political nutcases, social activist nutcases, etc. Coaster nutcases, on the other hand, are a different story entirely. :)
I think anyone looking for a job there could find out with little trouble what the company was about. If you don't like what they stand for, apply somewhere else. At least you know you have one day off, unlike most establishments that insist on people working weekends and holidays.
Considering the majority of people in this country identify themselves as some kind of Christian, it shouldn't be surprising that a few of them actually own businesses. We're not all immigrant labor.
Personally, I like Chick-Fil-A's food,and I've always found their employees to be friendly and conscientious. Wow, I actually found something I could like about Six Flags! Hopefully their idea of customer service rubs off onto the other employees in the parks.
Waffle fries all around!
Anyways, just my opinion. I'm glad that you had a good trip, and I hope to make it to SFA soon. :)
CP was amazing, going back next June to ride Maverick
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