Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Women Flies Into Rage Over Denial of Chicken McNuggets


Downtown Indy said...

It wasn't too long ago there was another woman who went off, throwing punches and a cash register, at the inside counter of McD's because of a problem with her order.

The only thing that upsets me is it costs at least $7 bucks for a 'meal' these days. And McNuggets? People really eat those things?

Cato said...

So why didn't they just serve her some nuggets?

MCD would have had her cash, and she would have been happy. Isn't that the idea of business? The fryers were already running. Three minutes, and none of this would have happened.

MCD is slipping into that quasi-government mentality that pervades Wal-Mart.


Chef Jaimie Oliver did a segment where he made Mcnuggets for children.


Basically he took a chicken carcass after the good meat was removed, ground it up in a processor and then added more chicken skin and fat.

To this they added some bread crumbs and VOILA McNuggets!

None of the kids would eat them after they saw what they really are.

People are being systemically poisoned through fast food, processed food, GMOs, and of course, the water.

I am convinced that the water in Indianapolis is unsafe because of the flouride and the cheap chlorine they use...so much so that I paid nearly $500 to install reverse osmosis system.

People who ingest large amount of the poisonous food and water are affected not only physically, but emotionally. This is not how humanity was meant to live.

Paul K. Ogden said...


Actually that is a very good question.

A good manager would have said well that's not on the breakfast menu, then went ahead and made it for the customer. That's how you get loyal customers.

Paul K. Ogden said...


On the rare occasion I go to a fast food restaurant, I order off the dollar menu. I spent $3.14 yesterday for lunch when I stopped at a Burger King after visiting a client.

Downtown Indy said...

Ditto, Paul. I will mostly choose the dollar menu items myself although I try to stay away altogether (due to the unhealthiness and the tax-iness of it). But sometimes I give in.

Had Enough Indy? said...

I'm surprised at these comments. Perhaps everyone is just omitting the obvious - this woman is responding in a very inappropriate way and deserved the 6 months.

Marycatherine Barton said...

More and more Americans, who are working twice as hard for half as much, are going off in public.

Cato said...

She didn't deserve to be a six-month expense to taxpayers over a $300 window.

Lord knows the MCD employees copped a huge attitude toward her.