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Taking Over British Cuisine
Member Name: jeffsumm
Date: 29/10/00, updated on 29/10/00 (34 review reads)
Advantages: open very late in some areas
Disadvantages: corporate bullying, destroying the environment
McDonald's has been spreading their corporate faeces throughout the land for some time now, and the effects are obvious. Children are fatter and less fit, the population is general is heading to rival the obeseness of the States, and tepid, insipid, assembly line food is becoming the norm. McDonald's buys cattle from rainforest-destroying farmers in third world countries and insists on sending nearly all its food over from the States, harming local and national economies. They are powerful enough to decide which kids' movies will be successful and which will sink just by granting the rights for cheap toys for happy meals. And, horrifyingly enough, they still use the cast-off styrofoam containers that were banned in the States over 10 years ago. Cheap burger=environmental disaster.
Good fries, though.