Friday, March 12, 2010

Andrei There's a finger in my chilli and a rat in my soup

MacDonalds, a company that comes in for criticism for many things, mostly for supposedly making us fat, is in the paper today for seemingly selling a burger with a maggot.

Me, I'm skeptical as is DPF.

In the US food contamination cases can be lucrative which is why we saw the finger in the chilli case a few years back and the rat in the lunchbox case earlier this year.

But in New Zealand no real money is going to change hands there are still axes to grind and healthy skepticism goes out the window. People will believe the worst if it suits their agenda and propagate the story as the Herald has done in this case.

Its anti-capitalism and tall poppy syndrome at its finest on display folks.

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