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Since I was an insurance underwriter for more than 25 years, I have developed a highly tuned "bullshit" detector that comes into play when I come across a story that stretches credibility.
This morning, I received a note from ChristianHeadlines.com that claimed that Chick-fil-A would soon be the 3rd largest restaurant chain in the country (after McDonalds and Starbucks) despite being closed on Sunday.
Since I found that hard to believe, I did further research, and found a couple of sites with more information.
Wikipedia provided a list of all of the restaurant chains in America. Even allowing for the fact that the list may not be entirely accurate, Chick-fil-A has significantly fewer locations than many other chains. KFC, for example, has TEN TIMES the number of locations as Chick-fil-A, and Burger King and Dunkin' Donuts also have far more locations.
If you went just by sales volume, Chick-fil-A is still far off the pace. (They were #8 in 2017), Surprisingly, Chick-fil-A does top KFC in terms of sales volume.
If you click on the "about" tab on the ChristianHeadlines page, you'll notice that they are owned by the Salem Web Network, which also happens to own Daily Caller, which generally carries some very wacky articles:
Christian Headlines, of course, is very fond of Mike Pence.
Not all religious news sources are bad, of course, but it doesn't take long to figure out which ones consistently put our nonsense for their gullible readers.
Remember - always consider the source.