Monday, January 08, 2007

General Observation #3,927

Our town is extremely clean, virtually no litter anywhere to be found. There are trash cans every 30 feet or so, which are changed what seems like hourly. And yet, I've noticed one certain consistent strain of litter on the ground: McDonald's cups, wrappers, bags, sauce packets. Maybe this is a form of guerilla marketing from our one franchise unit, or maybe the trash guys don't like to touch the stuff themselves. Who knows. But, it is curious as this one McDonald's is pretty far aways out of town. Hmmmmm. Must investigate...

1 comment:

DenmarkDon said...

Is it that the people who eat at McD's are more likely to be slobs, or is it that the "nutrients" within McD's "food" results in brain damage - and an inability to properly dispose of litter? OR, perhaps forward-thinking McEaters understand that throwing of McGarbage on the ground hastens the cycle of McFood. You know, trash in, trash out...ashes to ashes, and such.