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McDonald's Unveils Healthier Image

Last week, McDonald's announced plans to offer healthier menu items and encourage its customers to get more exercise. What do you think?
  • "Their new 'infrasized meals,' where you can get one-third the food for an extra 99 cents, are definitely a step in the right direction."

    Donna Alexander Lab Assistant
  • "Every location should have an amusement-park-style plywood Grimace that says, 'You cannot enter this McDonald's if you're more than this wide.'"

    Jesse Perry Audiologist
  • "Those McDonald's anti-obesity campaign materials are soon to be the prized possessions of every hipster from here to Tacoma."

    Martin Bryant Systems Analyst
  • "I think it's brave. McDonald's is a very brave corporation."

    Bobby Melvin Nurse
  • "I guess those playlands don't provide as solid a total-body workout as previously thought."

    Tonia Coleman Promotions Manager
  • "Man, you can already smell the greasy stench of guilt every time you walk into a McDonald's. Do they have to lay more on?"

    Adam H. Ross Sales Clerk


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