It does this dog's heart good to know that McDonalds shows such great concern for their employees that they actually set up a website with helpful suggestions to help them manage their money better. Sadly, this site has been shut down, and now the employees have to call a telephone number to get helpful suggestions. I don't know why so many humans are talking about this on the Internet. As a puppy, I refused to eat anything except Burger King, and I can't tell you how many times I overheard the employees discussing how much they should tip their pool cleaners and personal trainers. I won't even get into how much to tip the valets that park their cars for them when they eat out. One of the biggest worries that a McDonalds worker faces when trusting a valet is how to make sure that the valet does not take their 1981 Dodge Aries on a joy ride or, worse yet, steal the valuable car! I don't have to tell you that you don't see an 81 Aries on the road everyday. That makes them rare and valuable.
I think it showed a lot of courage for them to tell their employees that eating their food is unhealthy. I suppose the next step is to establish a website for their customers so that they can let their customers know not to eat the food. How many companies are brave enough to admit that their food is unhealthy?
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I think that the humans should quit criticizing McDonalds, and Mommy should pick up some burgers for a dog the next time she goes out.
Demon Flash Bandit (Writing About McDonalds Website)