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Originally posted by stinavamp
reply to post by caladonea
LMAO Wow vulgarity here at ATS I'm shocked and appalled at my behaviour.Thank you Moderator.We really need a sarcasm button for the internet. Because your not a moderator and I'm so sorry my passionatre words affected you this way. If they want to remove me thats fine. I talk like a normal person and only insulted idiots and my own butt. If your offended don't read. Better yet get off the internet.
..edit on 19-5-2011 by caladonea because: (no reason given)
Wow...strong reaction...I wish you well....thank you I have learned that some people just are crass and that there is no changing them....take careedit on 19-5-2011 by caladonea because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by woodwardjnr
reply to post by stinavamp
The "Greater Good" for Mcdonalds would be having people eat McDonalds for breakfast lunch and dinner. Move all McDonalds restaurants into public schools, this would be considered the Greater Good for the fast food industry, but hey as long as the government stays out of your life who cares what the corporations do
A controversial government programme which gives fast-food chains influence over healthy eating policies has come under severe criticism after US research revealed the extent of "relentless marketing" of unhealthy food and drinks to children.
A report by the authoritative Yale Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity found companies such as McDonald's, Pizza Hut and Burger King spent more than $4bn advertising predominantly unhealthy fast foods in 2009.