On the likelihood of mistaking a pile of kale for a chicken sandwich

On the likelihood of mistaking a pile of kale for a chicken sandwich December 5, 2011

A disturbing example of a small business getting sued by a corporate giant over ridiculous trademark infringement claims, and by a company that prides itself on being in touch with family town values.

They cease operations on the Sabbath–Chick-fil-A proudly advertizes its policy of closing on Sundays for religious reasons–but go for the jugular against, as Anderson Cooper cleverly sums it up, "a little guy with a squeegee."

So, I guess all the companies, organizations and church groups that spoof the iconic "Got Milk?" ad campaign are to be sued, too?

How many people even know what kale is, anyway? I think I've encountered it a half dozen times in my life.

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