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Jan 13, 2002 07:14 PM

Best McDonald's

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My favorite is the one on Vine Street between Sunset and Fountain in Hollywood.

In addition to the expected quality and variety of food, patrons have the opportunity to view a selection of framed gold and platinum records, presented to (and then, presumably, by) KROQ program director Trip Reeb.

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  1. I heartily recommend "Fast Food Nation" by Eric Schlosser. He may have some points for you.

    2 Replies
    1. re: soccerdad

      Maybe irony IS dead, after all.

      1. re: Todd Everett
        michael (mea culpa)

        Maybe irony IS dead, after all.>>
        I agree with you completely. But what can we two do against so many?

    2. The best McDonalds is any one with In-n-Out on its sign. (My condolences to you, you must have children who are at that age, been through that... having to indure fast food hell too many times because Chili's is too upscale for the kid.)

      1. The original one on Lakewood in Downey.
        P.S. In n Out sucks.

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        1. re: PHIL
          michael (mea culpa)

          First, God; now, irony.

        2. yumm reheated processed chemical food anyone?? or a hamburger of 150 different cows?? read "fast food nation" and you know what im talking about
          best mcdump??

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          1. re: billy ozone
            michael (mea culpa)

            I think Mr. Everett was being ironic in his use of the term "best" in the McD's context. If you read the whole thread, you'll get the drift.