Another anecdote from the fast-food establishment that continues to miss opportunities for free advertising in this space: I saw a worker walk to the edge of the food preparation area, turn 180 degrees, fix her ponytail, wash her hands, and return to work. First of all, I pay attention to things.  I notice unusual behavior. …

The Impossible Christian

I had the “Impossible Burger” at yet another area fast food restaurant that will not pay me to mention their name.  (What’s up with that?)  Supposedly these burgers are so good that you will think it is “impossible” that they are meatless.  And I have to say, they are as good as advertised.  I took a bite of the patty by itself, and I ate the entire burger.  It was by no means the best burger I’ve ever had (pretty dry), but I did not feel like I was eating “healthy.”

And that’s a good thing, because I wasn’t.

Yield to your brethren

A local fast-food emporium (which continually refuses to compensate me for all the publicity I give it) has a couple of yield signs in the parking lot.  All traffic yields to pedestrians (thanks for that), and “before food” traffic yields to “after food” traffic.   Makes sense.  If the “after food” cars can’t go, they get stalled at the window.  Then no one can go.

That leads me to Monday.