Man says Hamburger Bought at Fast Food Giant never Rotted

A man in Utah has undertaken an experiment over the past several years in what he describes as fun. He bought a McDonald’s hamburger in 1999 and says it is still looking like it did when purchased. According to KSL News, David Whipple says he bought the burger from McDonald’s on July 7, 1999 to use for a demonstration about enzymatic action to a group of weight loss advocates he was involved with. His plan was to save the burger for a month and then display it. “At the little meeting, I showed the hamburger and the pickle, which was just starting to disintegrate,” Whipple writes. “There was no decomposition to the meat or bun, nor any mold, fungus or smell. It had no bad odor at all.” After the meeting, he put the burger into the pocket of his jacket and then forgot all about it. The jacket was described as sitting in his truck all summer. Eventually the […]

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Why Residents are Protesting against Mcdonalds in Tecoma Australia

Tecoma, Australia is a small rural town just east of Melbourne. Although it only has a population of roughly 2,000 residents it is proving that it carries a very powerful punch. The residents in this small town have been protesting a proposal by McDonald’s to open one of its restaurants in that small community. A significant portion of the residents in this small town have made it lucidly clear that they don’t want the fast food giant setting up shop in their community. According to a report by CNN the residents have multitudinous concerns and the concerns are proportionately spread across a wide demographic. There are those that believe the restaurant would be an eyesore and totally destroy the beauty of the current landscape. There are others that take issue with an international restaurant chain invading their small town and believe it would be the beginning of an influx of such chains. This is just the beginning of the concerns […]

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