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Get a Life!

Posted by: Scott ( McDonald's, U.S.A. ) on August 22, 1999 at 23:39:32:

Do you people have nothing better to do with your time than sit here and pick on mcdonald's? what the hell did they ever do to you? cmdonald's is simply running a business like any other business in the world, and in case you missed a few lectures in high school the main reason for running a business is to make a PROFIT! DUH! You criticize their food, saying that it is unhealthy. show me one restaurant chain in the world that offers truly healthy food, and i will show you a restaurant chain that will be out of business very soon. people do not go to a drive-thru to get tofu burgers, they want REAL FOOD! Also, you say that they exploit their people, and i will have you know that this is completely untrue. i am a restaurant manager for mcdonalds, and i can safely say that working conditions in mcdonald's are among the best in the industry. yes, it is true that our employees work hard, but i can honesly say that most of my employees enjoy their jobs. it is also true that they have to ask for permission to go to the restroom, but i think that is the stupidest complaint that i have ever heard. it's not like we will tell them no, we just need to know when someone is leaving their station in order to keep things running smoothly. i really think that you have entirely too much free time on your hands, and i think that this entire website is just a shrine to your boredom. GET A LIFE! for those of you who agree with me, follow this link and get the hell out of this stupid b.s. propoganda site.

McSpotlight: Moved from the McSpotlight room.

(Incidentally, the above poster put a link in to McD's corporate website. If you want to visit McD's website, you might want to take our guided tour. Alternatively, you might care to read the U.N. Declaration of Universal Human Rights; specifically articles 7 and 12 (which McD's appear to be ignoring) and article 23 (which they are in direct breach of).

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