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The Founder Review

One way or another McDonalds has been a part of your life whether or not you’ve even eaten at one. I’m not particularly fond of it myself but I was intrigued by how it got started to become the phenomenon it is today. 1,022 more words


The Founder

Ever wondered how one the worlds biggest franchises’ came into being? Well, here’s your chance to find out.

Salesman Ray Kroc has hit an all time low; he’s selling milkshake machines without much success, and a limited market.  276 more words


George Saunders - By the Book

Something makes me trust GS, and now I want to read: Things I already wanted to read Moonglow, Swing Time,The Attention Merchants, We Have Always Lived in the Castle, and things I now want to read: Good Clean Fun (Nick Offerman), Words Without Music (Philip Glass), Resurrection (Tolstoy), and a slew of short stories. 26 more words


The Founder

It’s a story that didn’t need to be told. Ray Kroc is a leech and really, he didn’t need more publicity.

Take a McDonald’s cheeseburger: bread, mustard and ketchup, pickle, cheese, beef patty, and bread. 443 more words


Quickies: Butter & Lincoln in the Bardo

Butter: A Rich History by Elaine Khosrova

Publisher/Year: Algonquin Books, 2016
Format: eBook
Pages: 336
Source: Publisher

What it is: Khosrova takes readers around the world to examine the cultural and religious significance of butter. 417 more words


Review: The Founder

Director: John Lee Hancock

Stars: Michael Keaton, John Carroll Lynch, Nick Offerman

It’s not unreasonable to say that McDonald’s restaurants changed America, and by extension changed the world. 779 more words


The Founder - Review

THE Founder tells the story of how Ray Kroc (Michael Keaton) turned McDonald’s from a quality family business to a disgusting money grabbing outlet selling what essentially might as well be human excrement (I think that’s the official synopsis). 409 more words

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