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Been there, seen it.

Posted by: colorado otto ( retired, U.S.A. ) on January 11, 19100 at 11:23:38:

In Reply to: One contradiction after another posted by Robert Christiansen on January 10, 19100 at 13:50:44:

: 1. Your voting system suck ... it's to easy to cheat ... so sew me!
: 2. The whole site is outdated and needs a major overhaul ... but then again ... you've been saying that for almost 2 years now!
: (quote: STOP PRESS: 3/3/98 We're planning a major overhaul of the Debating Room. If you have any suggestions for improvements, please email us and we'll try to incorporate them. Thanks.)
: 3. It IS true that children play an important factor in McDonald's advertising, but it does so too with every other firm that knows that children are important. I can mention 3-4 other large restaurants in denmark that uses the exact same campaign methods ... who is sewing them?
: 4. McDonald's Denmark is ranked in the top 5 paying jobs in denmark for people without an education, and you can even get an education in economics by working at McDonald's ... go figure?
: 5. We do NOT work our butts of, more than any other company interested in making a profit so that we may keep our job. What company isn't interested in stay

Re: McSpotlight follow-up of message from Denmark:
Ladies and gentlemen, I may surprise you to know some of your best supporters live in the States. We do not appreciate some of your remarks about health care etc. as in your answer to the Danish writer.
Yeah, we're so bad that millions keep trying to get here every year to escape from their great countries.
I will say that do not like unions overall but they are good to keep around in minor rolls when big corporations or government stray.
But most of all, shame on you for being critical of our human rights issues. I've lived a long time and seen nothing but greater progress in this area than any other country in the world!! Been there, seen it. You are, as we say out here, full of crap on that issue.
Kindest regards.

McSpotlight: Thanks for the partial support, Otto. With regard to the human rights issue, you might care to read this link...

"I don't think we should be proud of the fact that the United States is the world leader in the execution of child offenders."
- US Senator Russ Feingold, 11 November 1999

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