Thursday, November 4, 2010

Idiot Francisco bans happy meals

Reuters – Two McDonald's Happy Meal with toy watches fashioned after the characters Donkey and Puss in Boots.


(Reuters) – San Francisco has become the first major U.S. city to pass a law that cracks down on the popular practice of giving away free toys with unhealthy restaurant meals for children.

San Francisco's Board of Supervisors passed the law on Tuesday on a veto-proof 8-to-3 vote. It takes effect on December 1. More here:

Heh, liberals ... what a bunch of Nazis. "Excussssse me ... do you hafff a toy in ziss meal? Ve haff vays of making you talk.  You vill do asss ve say.  Ve are zee helpful liberalsssss"

I'm always wondering what Idiot Francisco will do next to prove it's full of the biggest idiots on the planet.  They never fail to disappoint.

By the way, since this is NOT a liberal blog, I'll go ahead and give you something useful in this post.  Did you ever wonder why a lot of towns begin with "San?" (San Francisco, San Jose, etc etc)


Well, there is a non-liberal book called San Sombrero. (I assume it's non-liberal because it contains many stereotypes and cliches about Central America.)

In Spanish, San Sombrèro would be translated into English as "Saint Hat", "San" being the shortened word for the Spanish word "santo" meaning saint, and "sombrero" (no accent mark in real-world Spanish) meaning hat.

2 comments:

jules said...

What a bunch of Idiots. McDonalds already bowed down to the nazis by adding healthy substitutes for their happy meal. Instead of fries you can get apple slices and instead of soda you can get juice or milk. Who cares if a toy comes with it, at least it keeps the kid busy enough to give their parents a few moments to enjoy their lunch.

What's next, banning the toy section in Walmart. I mean when a kid see's the toys and their parent tells them no they can't go over there or can't have anything, the kid becomes irate and causes a scene that would bring DSS.

WOMBAT said...

Well, that's weird. In a city noted for promoting gay rights, suddenly and mysteriously, they're making decisions which negatively impact only traditional families. Prolly just a coincidence. I'm sure it's not an indication of any trends. *shrugs*

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