Little Caesars Corp Office 7205 N Robinson Ave Oklahoma City, OK 73116-7710 To who it may concern: I think Little Caesars has the worst pizza out of all the pizza places. I had Little Caesars three times in my life and each and every time the pizza was disgusting. The first time I had Little Caesars I was starving, and I heard that your pizza was cheap at a price of 5 dollars per box. I think you should charge 50 cents per box because it was horrible. The things I did not like about the pizza is that it sits under a heat lamp all day and it is not fresh.
Going to fast food restaurants to prove his theory about how horrible fast food restaurants are for the human body. After going to a few restaurants David found that many employees at the establishments asked him "Would you like to super size that?". The super size option available is excessive amounts of food and drinks that people do not need in a single sitting for their breakfast, lunch, or dinner regardless of the circumstances. Zinczenko had a diet consisting a lot of the time fast food as a young child growing up and claimed that "by age 15, I had packed 212 pounds of torpid teenage tallow onto my once lanky 5-foot-10 frame." Sadly many Americans these days depend on fast food throughout their daily lives whether it is between not knowing how to cook, its fast easy
Supersize Me documentary by Morgan Spurlock America has the Fattest people in the entire world! Sad to think about really. A lot of people are blaming the fast food chains and restaurants so a man named Morgan Spurlock decides to go out on a 30 day bing of nothing but McDonalds food. He chooses McDonalds because they are the biggest fast food chain. This is some of the information that I took from this excellent documentary.
The kitchen appeared as if a tornado had swept through. Steven, my manager, running the appetizers who was also 3 pages deep in orders along with me, and then Ortiz who could only cook wings and clean. Steven and I were already furious because Dan was on our asses even though we were two of the best cooks. Even with the more orders and more complicated meals we still only had ten minute time on our end, compared to Ortiz's time of seventeen minutes. There were so many dishes that we almost did not have any more baskets to serve the food in, and we had no one who could do the dishes.
For this reporter, evaluating the burger first-hand was problematic: I’ve been a vegetarian for more than a dozen years. So I tried calling some expert tasters. Pulitzer Prize winning food critic Jonathan Gold says he doesn’t much care for Five Guys — he finds the burger “boring” — but understands why people like them. “There’s that goopeyness, and it does fit that kind of American profile.” Gilmore, the marketing consultant, calls the burgers “a couple pounds of carnivorous pleasure.” Then he adds, “It’s almost enough to make me feel sad for
McDonald's molded it's marketing tactics on Disney which inspired icons for advertising such as Ronald McDonald. Schlosser also mentions that 80% of sponsored textbooks are biased toward the sponsor and 30% of high schools offer fast food in their cafeterias. Most packaging done for the fast food meat industry is done my the immigrant labor force. Injury for workers who hold these jobs are among the highest of any other occupation in the United States. Many unsanitary and just plain disgusting routine procedures of this industry are unknown to most consumers.
As we all know, the most popular fast-food restaurant in the world also has the reputation for being the unhealthiest place around. McDonald's is a favorite of many households in America and it seems that today people can't get enough of it. In the documentary called Supersize Me, Morgan Spurlock attempts to prove that the effects of eating Big Macs, supersized fries, and half-gallons of coke can be extremely dangerous to one's health. Spurlock goes through a thirty day adventure of eating only McDonald's food. He effectively shows to doctors, himself, and his audience that, fast-food eating Americans are in danger of destroying their health.
Lazy-Ass Nation Fast food, a meal for the whole family made within minutes, is one of the most common ways of eating in America these days. But do the Americans eat fast food because it’s quick and a timesaver, or because they’re lazy and making their own food would be an inconvenience? Over the years America has become increasingly lazy and lethargic, and in turn has become of the first words someone thinks of when they hear the term “American”. Not only does fast food serve as a prime example of America’s laziness, but the country has taken it one step further and is beginning to offer delivery at these fast food “restaurants”. Other items such as pizza and buffalo wings have also been available for delivery for quite some time.
Scrooge’s clerk, Bob Cratchit, was paid “fifteen... a week” for his services which was just barely enough for his family of 6 to get by. Bob Cratchit’s wife felt bitter towards Scrooge as he was an “odious, stingy... unfeeling” man took Bob for granted. However, as much as the Cratchit’s despised Scrooge, they were grateful for the food that was put on their table each evening thanks to Scrooge. Without Scrooge, the Cratchit family would not survive, and although underpaid and overworked, Bob remained humble and kind towards Scrooge. It is this small amount of money the family depends on, which allows them to be happy and content in their lives, even if they “were not well dressed” and their “clothes were scanty”.
Due to people´s poor eatin habits, lack of exercise, and the highest penetration of Fast food, Oklahoma rates as one of the unhealthiest in the nation. Actually, there are 268 Sonic food locations across the states. Which leads heavy users visiting the restaurant at leats 12 times per month. This describes Oklahoma City as a city that has low physical wellness, due to the big amount of overweight population and the quantity of Fast food restaurants. To solve this issue, there is a program named “Put Oklahoma city on a diet”, created by the city major, Mick Cornett in early 2008.