Re: McDonalds Last in Customer Satisfaction
Originally Posted by Razor Shines
Yes. It's been a long time. Something about people being too stupid not to eat McDonald's so they should have laws similar to tobacco put on them? Don't think I agree, but I just thought it was kind of silly when they were being so dramatic about how horrible his health had become.
I just don't know how addictive fast food is. After being super thin most of my life without trying, a couple years ago I realized that I had become fat and I had a terrible diet. I ate fast food frequently. I read the 4-Hour Body by Tim Feraris changed my diet (first diet I've ever tried) and was off and running no problems. 2 years and 65lbs down later I haven't looked back, found it very simple to give up fast food (except for that one day a week). Maybe I'm way off on remembering the point of the movie though.
Of all people then, I'm surprised you chose to label a documentary critical of the fast food industry at the peak of the obesity epidemic as "pointless"...
"On-base percentage is great if you can score runs and do something with that on-base percentage," Baker said. "Clogging up the bases isn't that great to me."