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Evilness of McDonalds by montyfreak0234 on 6 March 2006 9:32pm
 
a while ago there was a big protest over a McDonalds being built right across an old german death camp, it was in a book called The Fast Food nation which i hear makes you never want to eat fast food again, The Jungle from the selection i read, meat packing companies selling roten meat and someone fell into the lard vat and died in it so someone got a peice of him in their can of lard...pretty disturbing...
 
Re: Evilness of McDonalds by Sophie-Louise on 6 March 2006 10:33pm
 
all mcdonalds are evil. i used to work there, i would know! the managers are total dickheads and the way they make the food is disturbing. just don't eat there!!!!
 
Re: Evilness of McDonalds by tucsonmike on 6 March 2006 10:56pm
 
I can't even remember the last time I at in McDonalds. I just avoid them.
 
Re: Evilness of McDonalds by arty_farty on 7 March 2006 10:33am
 
someone set light to my nearest mcdonalds. happy days
 
Re: Evilness of McDonalds by kazzzz on 7 March 2006 1:22pm
 
It's been on the news this week that McDs popularity is declining in a major way in the UK...people are leaning towards healthier options. Poor old Ronald eh?
Good.It's total garbage.
 
Re: Evilness of McDonalds by tucsonmike on 7 March 2006 1:52pm
 
Ah Ronald McDonald, another clown heading to the unemployment line. Well it makes filling out the form easy. Occupation? The clerk doesn't even have to blink.
 
Re: Evilness of McDonalds by hunnicut.bj on 7 March 2006 2:39pm
 
A friend of mine has just started working at McDonald's, and she says it's not too bad. I have heard, though, that sometimes as part of the training you get shown a video to stop you eating the food while you're there. Just knowing that makes me think twice about going there!
 
Re: Evilness of McDonalds by JF on 7 March 2006 4:14pm
 
This kind of anti-Macdonalds nonsense really gets my goat.

How about an anti-bad-parenting thread? As far as I know, Macdonalds don't have all-in wrestlers out on the streets forcing people into their shops. People go there because they have made choices, and in more than enough cases those choices have been made by people who couldn't care less and have no clue about the nutritional content of food and what it's doing to their children.

All things in moderation, it's a maxim that should underpin the way we live. Don't have a pop at Macdonalds because they operate in countries which have sufficient numbers of stupid parents.

Me? I avoid their stuff because it's overpriced, but mainly because I was brought up to appreciate decent well-cooked food, and that is what is wrong these days - too little cooking, too much warming up.
 
Re: Evilness of McDonalds by kazzzz on 7 March 2006 5:04pm
 
Well I may be anti-McDs but I'm anti lotsa other stuff too!
 
Re: Evilness of McDonalds by hunnicut.bj on 7 March 2006 8:10pm
 
Same here! Down with everything, I say!
 
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