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Public Health 2003

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#1 Lord of the Sword

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Posted 17 November 2003 - 04:26 PM

I watched Dateline last night, and their segment "Dirty Dining" literally turned my stomach.

Here's the link: http://msnbc.com/news/992692.asp

Next time I get a craving for McDonald's fries, I'll have to think twice.
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Posted 17 November 2003 - 05:35 PM

Yeah, I saw that too.  Yum.  Makes me glad I've virtually given up McD type-fast food... and makes me feel  :wacko: about eating at Subway so often in my life.  I thought it was funny that Burger King got the worst rating--more fuel for the McD vs. Burger King debate!
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#3 Lover of Purple

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Posted 17 November 2003 - 06:24 PM

Sounds like alot of sensationalism to get readers. I spent 15 years working in fastfood restaurants and everyone was cleaner than most home kitchens I've been in. Violations can be almost anything. There are more rules and guidelines than you can shake a stick at,and rightly so. As a matter of fact if most homes had to pass the same inspection most of us would have to eat out. ;)

Personally, I always watch what goes on in a restaurant before I order. The problems I do see are more employees (and problably managers)that just don't care any more. Why is it that when I managed we paid a min wage of around $3.00 and people worked hard for it. Now they get almost $7.00 (in Oregon) and they grumble and complain about the work and do almost nothing? I don't expect an answer, it just crosses my mind everytime I see lazy crew and Mgmt.

So, watch before you order. :)

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Posted 17 November 2003 - 06:27 PM


Thats just gross. I generally stay away from the fast food anyway, but still. :x

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Posted 17 November 2003 - 06:39 PM

:eek2:  :eek2: I refused to watch. I still remember the old Kentucky Fried Mouse fiasco.
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