- Joined Jun 7, 2004
Well whenever I see those snobby prices at a McDs, I just don't biuy anything. There's no way I'd pay 8 dollars for a Mcdonalds meal, you can go toDenny's for that price.(not that I would)
MY point being..
you can lead a horse to water...but you can't make him drink.
you could have healthy alternatives galore in lower income neighborhoods...but WILL those types of businesses survive?..
True. I dont think the restaurants are the problem. Its the people. They need to make a consious decision about what they eat. You can still havetime to cook even though there might be a Popeyes around the corner. But is the restaurant the problem or the people.......which is somewhat answered by Dirtyfrom one his posts about advertising to children
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