McDonald Speaks Out on Poverty

Perhaps, it is the fact that I have had too little sleep in the last 5 days.  Perhaps, it is that I have done quite a bit of computer work around the house (ie: set up HD Antenna on TV, set up new Modem/Wireless) in the last 24 hours.  It may even be the result of my recent trip to Portland, Or.  However, I found the clip below to be the answer to so many things – just not poverty.

McDonald’s, Minimum Wage, and an Answer

Really?

Namaste,

Scott

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  • […] Originally, I read the article below and thought to just publish it with a comment about how I was right.  If minimum wage at fast food places went up to $15 an hour, the menus would be so pricey we might stop going.  Yep, that was the goings on of my argument from the first installment of fast food problem solutions.  Granted, that one is tongue in cheek. […]

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