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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#8 - DeathclawRulez
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#30 - charliechambers
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#24 - TurtleOnItsBack
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Even though I hate fast food, I will actually defend McDonald's. I know there are a lot of lower class people who depend on restaurants like McDonald's to eat, and some of them wouldn't eat otherwise. Also, it supplies many entry level jobs to teens who would have trouble getting into the workforce otherwise. Lastly, Ray Kroc created a succesful system of efficiency that would represent our country and be introduced to businesses world wide.
#50 to #24 - anon id: 6d364632
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if someone is poor and they eat at mcdonalds, they are ******* idiots.

unless they don't have access to a basic kitchen
#52 to #24 - anon id: 9887bd57
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This is literally the perfect answer for a test question titled "Defend McDonalds" in some 10th grade capitalist ******** class or something.

Dunno if they have those still been a while since I graduated.
User avatar #12 - demandsgayversion
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The higher quality item is usually more expensive.
#15 to #12 - cutiepyro
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but which one is tastier and more filling
User avatar #16 to #15 - demandsgayversion
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What's cheaper to buy, mass produced and processed meat, cheese, and bread or fresh vegetables?
User avatar #17 to #16 - cutiepyro
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macklemore
User avatar #18 to #17 - demandsgayversion
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I just googled an ugly white rapper, why?
User avatar #19 to #18 - cutiepyro
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"wipe the dandruff with so much swagger"
User avatar #20 to #12 - thegamerslife
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Statistically, stores and restaurants could sell healthy food for the same price as the junk foods...but they don't. they would rather profit off the fat-asses who feel bad about being fat-asses. lol
User avatar #21 to #20 - demandsgayversion
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I said below, healthy food is more expensive. Fresh vegetables. It costs more for them to buy.
User avatar #22 to #21 - thegamerslife
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I won't speak on resturaunts because i have not seen statistics specifically for that, but I know for schools to switch over it would cost the same. One school I went to actually did a complete switch and spends about the same now, as they did before. js.
also region would dictate prices, and here in WA it is a bit cheaper to get fresh foods.
User avatar #44 to #22 - demandsgayversion
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That's a fair point, but schools are government funded, AND there's that whole Michelle Obama thing with healthifying kids. If you look at most regions in America, the more obese places are - ironically - the poorest. It's easier to get a truck full of ramen noodles for $5 then to get half a tomato for the same price. When you're struggling to afford food, it's impossible to eat healthy. Generally, ****** food is cheaper.
User avatar #45 to #44 - thegamerslife
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I'm 23 now, this was way before that cunt obama. They talked about it openly, the school gets a set amount each year and they had a fund raiser to cover the difference (if one occurred), but there wasn't a notable difference and the money went to new football stuff (the team still sucked butthole.)
User avatar #57 to #45 - demandsgayversion
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Oh look, a citizen who hates the president. How original. But seriously, that's a school. A school is a government funded program, not a business. They're allowed to lose money, so I doubt they were scraping the bottom of the barrel before they switched to healthy food (although as most schools go, I'm sure it seemed that way). A corner store in Detroit, on the other hand, has to maximize their profits and minimize their spending.
User avatar #64 to #57 - thegamerslife
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They are treated like businesses in a way. they get a budget to start with each year. if they go under, the difference is left out of next years budget. if they go over they have to take a loan out from the gov. that is paid back out of the next years budget. It's a fragile system (all gov agencies). I personally think all public schools should be shut down and reopened as charter shools. they cost roughly a third of what public school does. js
point being, they had a budget set, within that budget they switch over nearly seamlessly.
User avatar #66 to #64 - demandsgayversion
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Maybe only do that in wealthy areas would work
User avatar #68 to #66 - thegamerslife
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Look into it. it's not something just for rich people. it's one of those things that works really well, but so many people are just assholes about putting their money into something like that. i think people prefer having their money taken (out of sight) out of taxes, rather than actually pay for something, even though it would be cheaper.
User avatar #65 to #64 - demandsgayversion
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But a budget isn't the same as a profit model. And I see your beneficial idea of charter schools, but you gotta think of all the ignorant cunts who wouldn't put their kids in school because they don't wanna pay. I know, usually you don't base rules on the dumbest people, but in this case the ignorant may very well be the majority. And it would only effect their children, who really need a chance.
User avatar #69 to #65 - thegamerslife
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Ok I didn't see this before. lol
#10 - mygfspillow
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You know who invented salad? Poor people.
And that is why salad should not be eaten.
#13 to #10 - anon id: 02d9c730
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lol
User avatar #60 to #10 - snaresinger
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The ******* ancient Romans invented salad. It was called Herba Salata because they poured salt water on it as their dressing. Lrn2history before you make comments.
#83 to #10 - nextnextnextnext
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That's the most retarded thing I've ever heard, and I don't care if it's a quote or not. I assure you 90% of any cuisine was invented by the poor people. Pizza included.

But why stop at cuisine? Think for a moment about all the inventions that made poor people wealthy. Would you stop using them just because it was invented by poor people?
#23 to #10 - infinitesinz
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Pain and Gain
#87 to #23 - mygfspillow
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Thank you for being the one person to get it!
#14 to #10 - dontknowmeatall
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You know who invented caviar, sashimi, kebabs, burritos, wanton soup and hot dogs?
Poor people.
User avatar #26 to #14 - beehoning
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Don't forget lobster.
#29 - snakefire
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And then there are people like me who eat 5 meals a day and are still underweight.

5'6" 115 lbs and today
I had an egg on english muffin with ham and cheese for breakfast
I had some leftover lasagna
I had a quesadilla for lunch
I had some more lasagna
and I just ate a BLT sandwich.
User avatar #75 to #29 - xxskoolxx
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**** you guys
6'5" 220 lbs
User avatar #76 to #75 - xxskoolxx
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inb4 "wow so cool to be big"

It ******* sucks being tall....
#80 to #29 - seizure
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That really isn't that much food, and you might have a fast metabolism and be burning all that. I too thought that I couldn't gain any weight and would always be skinny, but then I started lifting and eating like a pig and added 22 lbs (mostly muscle, some fat) within 6 months.
User avatar #32 to #29 - nucularwar
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5 meals a day speeds up your metabolism
User avatar #38 to #29 - jalthelas
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Have more meals a day with smaller portions speeds up your metabolism, so I can see why you don't gain any weight.
User avatar #40 to #29 - sabcy
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I'm 6'1 and 290 pounds, I look good though.
User avatar #41 to #29 - sabcy
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also, those are worst drawn hands I've seen in the professional world.
#54 to #29 - IronWill
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I thought you're 5'7"? I'm 5'6" too. My lowest weight was 112 lbs during my college year couple years ago. I was mostly 118-120 lbs during my high school track. Now I work-out a lot and I weight around 147 lbs with 15-18% body fat.
User avatar #55 to #54 - snakefire
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I thought I was 5'7" too but I went to the doctor and they said otherwise.
#56 to #55 - IronWill
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Damn doctors always ruining your day.
#58 to #56 - snakefire
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User avatar #70 to #29 - auda
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Damn you.... You and your amazing cock...
User avatar #71 to #70 - snakefire
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>///>
User avatar #36 to #29 - infinitereaper
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God damn. I'm 5'9 at 135 and I don't get nearly that much food. I'm ******* starving.

Anyways, actually, food quality these days, coupled with food processing, and all the chemical additive **** put in our food... is really really bad for all of our healths. I'm talking REALLY bad. But money makes the world go round so the issue pretty much dies there.
#37 - ggdhindo
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**ggdhindo rolled a random image posted in comment #278 at Miley Cyrus is asleep. ** <----what should be 99 cent
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User avatar #39 to #37 - sabcy
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lol. that's cheap for a woman.
User avatar #42 to #39 - ggdhindo
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the mexican kids are the one should be 99 cent
#81 - felixjarl
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Dough aint cheap.
Dough aint cheap.
User avatar #59 - chadisyounggg
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The salad is more unhealthy then the 99 cent burgers...Just saying
#61 to #59 - haidbz
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Unless you add sugar/salt to the salad, good luck convincing anyone about that.
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#67 to #62 - haidbz
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Indeed, the McDonalds salad is less healthy. There is also added sugar in it, thus my reference to just that.

I guess at this point I should say I misinterpreted what you said in your first comment as "any salad", which is obviously incorrect.

However, it should be noted that lack of something is as or more severe than abundance, and a salad contains an abundance of vital nutrients that hardly, if at all, exist in a burger.
#88 to #67 - chiefbonebiter
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He said THE salad
(IMO referring to the salad in the content)
#89 to #88 - haidbz
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Yes, that is why I specified that I misunderstood that fine gentleman.
#34 - teamrocketninja
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As a former McDonalds employee, the side salad costs the same as any small sandwich. Thats right. $1. No excuses, especially when people order three double quarter pounders, which are like six something each.
User avatar #48 to #34 - Crusader
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I think the comparison is that there is just generic unhealthy food cheaper than a salad, and is much more accessible..