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Only unhappy because people like you are allowed to live and function in society

Posted by: vala on January 29, 1999 at 12:17:06:

In Reply to: Before you spout off about 'dim witted' employees posted by spike on January 28, 1999 at 11:05:41:

: As for the McDonald's employees, yes, some are not too bright, or are lazy. But many are. And to lump them all together is not fair to those employees. Also, half the people in the world are below average. Does that mean that they should not be employed anywhere? I feel sorry for you for having so little compassion. You must be a very unhappy person.

Only unhappy because people like you are allowed to live and function in society, corrupting those with good purposes. Actually, it's because of my compassion and awareness towards the workings of society that I find fault in Mc Donald's employees. Your obviously not versed in the basic principles of a functioning society, the base of which being that although corporate systems dominate our lives and choices, it is we who allow them to flourish. It is we who accept sub standard conditions, allowing these organisations to manipulate our lives. I won't accept that the difference between homelessness and shelter rests in the fate of part time shifts at mc Donalds. And if it does, maybe you should reaccess what flaws in your own passive character bought you to such a low point. And rely on yourself, and not a manipulating corporate giant to provide basic needs. A weekly pay check is worth fuck all if there isn't any air to breath. May i remind you where AIDS came from?? The rainforests in Africa, released when they were cut down and species and bacteria which should never have releaed from their habitate were distrupted and began infecting. It may be a world away for you, but if you look up the origins of mans worst plights, you'll see that they are a result of his own doing. No one forced those men to cut down the rainforests, i hope you catch aids and die. Or at least herpes.

McSpotlight: Good grief. This sounds uncomfortably like fascism.

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