Driving home from work I was thinking about wat to cook for dinner and alas out of nowhere I saw the flashing of a sign that stated veterans served in front of fast pace. I smelled the aroma of Lees famous chicken beside fast pace. I wondered if a veteran drumstick would taste the same. I quickly arrived home so I didn't miss the opportunity of something so exotic and rare. I immediately grabbed my phone and dialed fast pace to see what their special was. After listening to the unnecessary recording, 15 minutes later who I thought would take my order, began to go about benefit nonsense. What benefits do I need to get this delicious, unique meal? Apparently the Veteran has the benefits, but unfortunately I do not receive the benefits when I pick out my veteran. At the end of her blabber mouth speech, I asked how they were prepared. Disappointedly, the big mouth hung up and I missed my once in a lifetime deal. As infuriated as I was, I decided to call Lees Famous Chicken to ask if I could send one over to be prepared with all the fixings. The deaf worker who answered the call, did not quite understand what I was asking. I then proceeded to repeat myself several times. The chicken $#*! hung up before I could place my order. Needless to say I'm disappointed and starving to death.