What western values does McDonald's promote
i dont know alot about McDonald's but there have got to be people who do! People fix this thing up! --Will N. 21:04, 29 March 2007 (EDT)
There's lots of history missing here, about Ray Kroc and the McDonald brothers. And somewhere I recall reading that something like 6% of all Americans have worked at McDonalds - that would be a fun statistic to nail down. PaulBurnett 14:19, 2 August 2009 (EDT)
- I agree, and you are an editor, so feel free to make the missing historical additions. Worse than could happen is someone will disagree! --ṬK/Admin/Talk 15:28, 2 August 2009 (EDT)
I do know quite a bit about McDonald's and feel compelled to improve this entry. I just would like to ask approval before I make any substansive changes to the entry.--JamesWilson 09:46, 25 February 2011 (EST)
Super Size Me
I was considering adding this: "After Super Size Me came out, another documentary, Fat Head, disproved all that Super Size Me set out to prove. In this film, Tom Naughton ate McDonalds for 30 days, while maintaining his exercise routine, and lost weight. Instead of blaming McDonalds mentality of Super Size Me, Fat Head advocates personal responsibility when it comes to weight control." But since this article is about McDonalds and not Super Size Me, I wasn't sure if this is really apropriate given the nature of the article.