- McDonald's -

you underestimate the power of the fast food employee.

Posted by: drive thru girl on February 06, 1999 at 22:47:11:

In Reply to: It's not the exploitation posted by vala on February 05, 1999 at 14:46:16:


you are being short sighted in passing judgments based on worldly stereotypes. what you arent taking in to consideration is that fast food workers are not just fast food workers they are PEOPLE and people are resources. people are important resources especially to someone who wants to save that rain forrests because one would have to be pretty ignorant to believe he or she could accomplish this task alone.
what i'd really like to say to you is "yer dumb" and just leave it at that, but believe in trying to get to know someone a little before passing judgment on them.

by classifying fast food employees as sub humans and cutting them off from your list of associates before you even get a chance to know these people personally, you are keeping your self from ever building any briges.

before you say "P-shaw, how could a mindless mcD's worker ever be of help in MY ever important quest to save the earth?" allow my to let you know that I share many of your same concerns for the earth, and my long term goals center around evironmental concerns. well i've got to go talk to you later.


: On the contrary, It's not the exploitation of Mc Donalds workers that I'm Concerned with.

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