posted on Sep, 7 2011 @ 06:47 PM
Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! Nanny State, call the Food Police! How many people have died eating a Whopper? Answer, unless you count people pulling a Mama
Cass, none. Zero. Zip. Nada.
Yup, they use that special grill that gives you that char-broiled flavor. That's why a Whopper is so much better tasting than a cardboard Big Mac,
which is all mushy and tastes like, well, cardboard. I don't eat either because I don't think the protein to calorie ratio is very good. If you want
a good value, try a plain hamburger at McDonald's. At 89 cents it can feed you with nothing fancy added: ketchup, mustard, reconstituted onions, a
pickle or two and a small beef patty, plus some plain old bread. Don't tell me it's full of poison and will kill you. Otherwise my 100 year old
grandmother, who loved them, would never have reached 100.
But here comes the Food Police who will compel you to cook meat until it is very well done, read: dessicated, when the fact is, a medium rare steak,
or hamburger, tastes a whole lot better. But somebody listened to the Dori Monson show, where he thinks he's got an "exclusive!" so now we have to
listen to passionate cries of how bad Burger King is.
If you don't like 'em, don't eat 'em, but screw the Nanny State and those who need to be "protected." Leave the rest of us alone.