yes, its mcdonalds thats making everyone fat, not the peoples CHOICE to eat at mcdonalds.
what do you expect mcdonalds to say? they are under attack, and the goal of many of these "stories" is ultimately government intervention.
YES, the government will not only tell you fat is bad for you, but will MAKE YOU EAT HEALTHY!!
they've done it with cigarettes, and they won't stop after mcdonalds is destroyed.... they will restrict every one of our freedoms until we are left with government meals and exercise programs.
articles like this, from the retarded "film" study try to demonize mcdonalds, not the fatass losers who eat there everyday and take no responsiblity for their own actions.
go read a health book, check out the nutritional facts for your damn whooper, but please don't blame MCDONALDS for your disgusting food habits.
You work for Mcdonalds, don't you!
Stop your crying, hit the gym, and cut back on those big macs you bunch of lard asses. What are these idiots going to do next? Try and get Hersey's candy banned.
As long as no one takes KFC from me I think I could live without a Mcdonalds.
I think that's the main problem. People are generally ignorant, or they just make excuses. If McDonald's did not claim their food is healthy, then it would be less of a people vs. McDonald's battle. But since they did (somewhat), then it is.Quote:
Originally posted by FingerorMoon?
Those people are just fucking insane.
If they want to make a corporate statement, can't they say something like 'look McDonalds, is great tasting fast food. French fries aren't health food'
instead of claiming that you can use McDonalds for 'nutrition goals'
A few years ago I read an interview with a McDonalds rep who claimed McDonalds thickshakes could be deemed healthy as they contained water in them and water is essential for human survival.
People don't know how to eat properly and people don't know how to exercise...
They haven't told you yet? KFC is just as healthy. Sorry.
I LOVE McDonalds. And no, this isn't some fallout brainwashing thing related to the McDojo thing.
Seriously, nothing is better than their cheeseburgers when you're cheating on your diet.
Blaming a company for being successful because people are too stupid to know when to quit is asinine. I'm a firm believer in social darwinsim.
The problem isn't that people are getting so fat they're a burden on the medical system. The problem is that people actually think the medical system should provide low-cost if not free health care to people who abuse their bodies.
I make a conscious choice to eat a MCD's cheeseburger once in a while. As a consequence, I don't have a washboard stomach. My choice; holding anyone else responsibe for it would be morally repugnant.
American way....point the finger. It's NEVER my fault, always yours.
If you think Americans have the monopoly on abdication of personal responsibility, you're mistaken.