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Peple who work in Mc Donalds don't have any moral disposition

Posted by: vala ( australia ) on January 27, 1999 at 12:47:18:

In Reply to: A slightly more positive view of human nature posted by BAAB on January 26, 1999 at 11:03:02:

: I may be irrationally optimistic but I really do hold out some hope that Mcdonald's workers may, after experiences in other occupations, develop in such ways that they could occupy themselves in other ways, perhaps of an even more engaging/ self-fulfilling nature. Or maybe it really is a straight choice between Mcdonalds and homelessness!

I know that Mc Spotlight talks about the abuse handed out to Mc Donalds employees and the hostile enviroment they are forced to work in, and whilst i agree with all the other points against mc Donalds, the clause about unfair treatment to workers does nothing to stir me.
Peple who work in Mc Donalds don't have any moral disposition, its as simple as that. As far as im concerned they don't deserve any better. You dont have to be a genius to spot the school drops out in any mc donalds store, and the minute they open their mouth it strikes you haow dim witted they really are. They dont deserve better, efforts of union organisation are wasted on such pathetic examples of humanity.

McSpotlight: Isn't that a rather unsympathetic view on people who are your fellow human beings?

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