over 330 million served
“To serve the people.” It’s a cookbook!
I knew it couldn’t be real when I didn’t see a large non-optional tip jar :/
I could see Biden with one of those visors on, shuffling around to make us all french fries. Let's be nice to him though, he may just become president one day...oh wait.
The building doesn't matter. It's the retarded knuckleheads working inside that make a difference.
"To Serve Man" comes to mind....
You should have drawn a public lavatory - unisex of course. What better way usefully to serve the people and for the people to give tangible expression of their opinion of Government?
I don’t get it. Is it the White House as some sort of Norman Rockwell era malt shop?
I need coffee ☕️
Actually it could be an Out House as they serve only 💩 and 🐂💩
Perfect. Then having a clown there would be appropriate.
I believe in San Germán, here in PR, there are plans to turn the ground floor of the mayor's offices into artisan shops and the like. When I read the article about that, I though, "Finally, a good idea."
What? No drive-thru??? Your age is showing!
😂😂😂😂so so true
Life imitates art: Here's a McDonald's that would not be out of place in a Harry Potter world:
Real world trivia: Just over thirty years ago, then-brand-new President Clinton liked to jog. That's fine, but a morning jog to the local McDonald's? Yes, he really did that at least once. He probably got a stern talking-to by his security detail.
Well, it IS sorta kinda like that, I mean, "open for lobbyist bidniz."
We certainly "Deserve a break today" ... :-)
We have a way to fix this - our biggest problem - which is the corruption in the systems that govern over our lives. How? A Network State - a new decentralized 4th branch of government that isn't part of the government at all, but rather 100% built and run by the people. This includes a decentralized news network, decentralized science, a safe have for whistleblowers, a decentralized monetary system we all agree to in case the current one collapses, decentralized debates, a parallel transparent voting system, decentralized education , ballot initiatives and more. Consider this: https://joshketry.substack.com/p/lets-build-a-4th-branch-of-government