posted on Mar, 14 2005 @ 06:51 AM
There's a reason I'm not wasting my money to see this film, no matter how good it is. I know the food is unhealthy. That doesn't stop me
from occasionally (perhaps once a month) indulging in a #4 meal, and loving those fries. You could tell me the burger was made of fried lipsuctioned
lard, and the fries were made from kittens, and I'd still delight in the taste of it.
See, it's okay to do unhealthy things in moderation. For every fast food meal I have, I've had around 60 homemade meals balanced out by the four
food groups. Perhaps I do not excercise as much as a health nut, but I get enough excercise to keep me from blobbing out, and I rarely eat sweets,
because I just don't like them.
Anything in excess is bad. That's something everyone should know if they are old enough to read. It's a sad state of affairs, but it is not the
fault of McDonald's. McDonald's is not there to sell you health food, excercise, healthy living, or tips on how to save your life from whatever
little trauma you are going through. They're there to sell you a meal. That's it.
You can choose to give them your business, but don't say McD's is somehow forcing it on the populace, like those fat kids who filed a class-action
lawsuit. If someone is so stupid as to think they can eat anyone's fast food with excessive regularity, and not suffer the consequences, then
they either deserve to be removed from the gene pool, or at least removed from any vested concern I have in the whole thing.