The merits of the fast food industry

Discussion in 'Archive: The Senate Floor' started by Darth_Jeremy, Sep 3, 2002.

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  1. stevo Jedi Master

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    Aug 14, 2001
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    Yeah . .. I haven't eaten fast food in five years. Its fat fried fat-- have you ever tried eating a hamburger from Burger King after going without for 2 years? Its absolutly horrible . . . because grease is a lubricator. Have you ever seen a hot dog before it was dyed? They're white and its nasty!


    And do people really think that they use grade-A meat in McDonald's hamburgers? They use the leftovers-- you know, parts from the lip and maybe the leftover foot,ect. If fast food has any pros, its cons make it irrelevant.
  2. chibiangi Force Ghost

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    Jun 16, 2002
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    I think some people really need to read snopes.com because the same urban legends keep being repeated over and over.
  3. obhavekenobi78 Jedi Grand Master

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    May 20, 2002
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    Check out this urban legend!


    Oh wait, that's real. ;)

    By the way, I would be curious to know how many of you heard of this recall.
  4. ADMIRALSPUZZUM Jedi Master

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    Feb 13, 2002
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    Hmm, I do not eat fast food that often. I will eat McDonalds about maybe twice every 6 months? I eat A&W (a Canadian burger place) more frequently more like 3 times every 4 months. Heh, but stuff that is greasy, even from non-fast food restaurants, my body CANNOT handle it. It "leaves rather quickly" if ya know what I mean. So I try to avoid fast food. I DO eat hamburgers and such, but usually homemade (YUM).

    I mean, there is no way your food can be absolutly safe and "perfect". Food will always have some sort of bugs in it, whether they be natural or some sort of pesticide. And pah, anyway, what do you think our ancestors ate? I bet our food is a lot safer and cleaner then what my German ancestors were eating in say the 1600's.

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