Chick-fil-A, a Georgia-based fast food chain noted for their fried chicken sandwiches and anti-civil rights philosophy, might open shop in or near San Francisco. Gulp. According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Chick-fil-A plans to add 90 new locations around the U.S., "including the San Francisco Bay Area and Boise, Idaho." It's particularly intriguing in light of the recent discovery that, among other atrocities, the company works hand-in-hand with ex-gay abuse groups. Terrible.

Obviously, there's no way a Chick-fil-A will move into San Francisco. We can only guess it'll open in an outer city like Orinda Creek or Walnutville or... whatever. We can't even get a Wendy's here.

That said, we shamefacedly look forward to Target pricking the bubble that is San Francisco, all things considered.