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I am a manager at mcds. I eat the food 5 days a week and at 5'9 I weigh 165lbs and am as fit as ive ever been in the last 17 years when I started having children. people don't get fat for eating mcds. they get fat cause they eat it and then sit around or eat too large portions. it is a grave misconception that fast food makes you fat. also ive worked at mcds for 7 years. great place to be employed and lots of room for advancement.
To me this article is completely misleading. I consider 'stores' to be those that sale general merchandise, clothing, etc. Not restaurants and/or grocery stores.
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