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I usually make a point to *not* look at McDonald's, but I have to say I like the old signage better. Why do modern commercial signs have to be flat illuminated plastic? So boring.
Why do this? There's no need and the old sign was better anyway. And McDonald's, if you're reading this, your massive tractor trailer trucks are turning left to go west on 7th Street over to make a difficult turn at Cooper Union after they leave you on 1st Ave. That's illegal. They're way too big for these little residential streets. Knock it off before you kill someone. They need to use official truck routes.
I thought this article was about the closing of a location of this anti-union, anti-living wage company which promotes the unhealthiest food in the country - damn it!
NO...PLEASE DONT TKAE OUR OWN LOCAL ORIGINAL MCDONALD'S AWAY FROM US.............
4:04 PMThink you are forgetting Taco Bell.
Even the arches aren't safe from gentrification: anything to be trendy and the next it thing. Next would be McDonald's selling fountain La Croix and the staff's uniforms will include hot pants.At least it isn't Comic Sans.
Im sure changing the signange makes the food taste better and is healthier. I hope everyone knows im joking. Curious though why arent there many burger kings or white castles in the city? Or cinnabons.
At 6:04 PM said:Anonymous said... 4:04 PM Think you are forgetting Taco Bell. At least Taco Bell has vegan options.
I wonder how much whoever came up with that idea made - or maybe got a bonus.
They need to renovate this location especially the bathrooms. It's the ugliest Mcdees around.
2 double cheese for 3.50 and dollar soda any size can't be beat
Hey 6:04pm, 4:04pm back here.I didn't forget Taco Bell, I just didn't mention them because you know, the entry is about McDonald's.
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