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June 22, 2021

Former CEO Blowing Whistle

"It demands that a small group of investors and CEOs determine what’s good for society, rather than our democracy at large. This new trend has created a major cultural shift in America."

Vivek Ramaswamy is the founder and executive chairman of Roivant Sciences.

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June 17, 2021

McCEO Reveals His Liberal Agenda

 McCEO says:

"McDonald’s executives will speak out when they think an issue directly impacts the business. Recent issues included Black Lives Matter, climate change and the U.S. Capitol violence on Jan. 6, he said."

But in the next paragraph of the article he says, “we are a non-political organization. We don't pick sides."

However, the three issues he mentions in the previous paragraph (Black Lives Matter, climate change and the U.S. Capitol violence on Jan. 6) will be central planks in the democrat party platform in the 2022 and 2024 elections!

That's picking sides.

This guy wants to be a political power player of some type and he intends to fund a campaign with McDonald's shareholder's and McDonald's franchisee's money.

And drive away a lot of McDonald's customers.

5 things from McDonald’s CEO at CNBC Evolve summit -NRN reports

June 15, 2021

It's Burger King Against the Christians

"The brand posted it would donate 40 cents up to $250,000 for every sandwich sold this month to the Human Rights Campaign, the largest LGBTQ+ advocacy group in the U.S. In that message, there was an “(even on Sundays)” comment that sent the news viral. It came a week or so after The Daily Beast released a story that reported the Equality Act, a bill that would make it illegal to discriminate against the LGBTQ+ community in most settings, was being railed against by the National Christian Charitable Foundation. Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy is one of the biggest donors of the organization."

 Magazine reports

 

June 14, 2021

Where's The McCurb Appeal?

In the real estate business, we depend on curb-appeal to cause potential buyers to slow down when they see our sign in a front yard, maybe stopping long enough to write down the realtor's phone number or website address. Or, with an open house to come inside.

Quick Service Restaurants need a different kind of curb-appeal. Customers have to make split second decisions on which parking lot to turn into. This is why QSRs were so garish in the 1950s and it's still important today. The entire building should say, "Welcome, Come in, it's fun in here".

The McDonald's pictured below has all the curb appeal of a mausoleum.

We shouldn't expect to attract kids and families to a Playplace in a Darth Vader building.

Maybe this is a trend in Chicagoland but it's a mistake in America.