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The latest friendly advice from McDonald’s to their low-wage workers includes tips on how to better handle stress--as well as how to fill yourself up better with dinner. The fast-food corporation instructs workers that breaking food into pieces” will keep you full.
Why a Big Mac should cost $200.00
The production of Big Macs in the U.S. every year results in a greenhouse gas footprint of 2.66 billion pounds of CO2 ($297 million) Costs of corn feed subsidies, courtesy of the common taxpayer ($4.6 billion) Costs from “social subsidy” in the form of welfare offered to minimum wage fast-food workers ($273 million) Public health costs due to diet-related diseases from excessive meat consumption ($30-60 billion) When all is said and done, the cost of a Big Mac should really be around $200.
Not enough food is not enough food.
reply to post by Daedal
Yep and cashiers are being punched by dimwitted a**hole customers, too. It was on Dr Drew yesterday. I swear to GOD if there is a person that ever hits my daughter At a McDonalds while she's working there (which is where she's working right now) I'm killing that SOB real quick I really don't Give a F***. I will kill them and then sue McDonald's for every damn penny I can squeeze out of their #. I would never work for them, considering ASSHOLES are going around punching workers. Guaranteed it was also a welfare recipient the worse customers I ever had at Wal Mart were welfare case B*****.