Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Wordless Wednesday 18

Hunger justifies the means
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8 comments:

Cheryl said...

not for McDonalds. I don't think any way.

GMG said...

Hi Tinsie! I’m profiting from the holiday here to anticipate the weekly visit… ;)
It seems that the food crisis is growing everywhere... :(( So, do you actually think that the Eurovision is important? ;))
Thanks for your comment on Blogtrotter, which is still around Marrakesh. Hope you enjoy and have a great weekend!

Tinsie said...

@ Cheryl: I think the "means" in this case are the bicycles (at least that's how I took it) but I totally agree with you about McDonalds - I've not so much as walked into one of their restaurants in months, prob. years.

@ GMG: It's important in the sense that it deserves a post or two in my blog (which is full of lighthearted banter anyway). Shunning Eurovision is unlikely to have an impact on the food crisis, so I don't see how the two are in any way mutually exclusive?

Shionge said...

Hmmmmm....McDonalds, I'll pass that :D

Karen said...

The Plague of America, polluting the rest of the world...

Betty C. said...

This is kind of frightening!

But I did eat at McDonald's last week, so I'm not an anti-McDonald's radical or anything!

Daniel B. said...

Funny photo... might have to "borrow" it from you!

Tinsie said...

Love it or hate it, McDonalds is everywhere, even Geneva Switzerland, which is where this photo was taken.

Personally I don't have a strong moral objection to them or anything, I just don't care for the food. They do however seem to have a sense of humour - and they're commendable for at least trying not to polute the environment further by using bicycles as transport. Fair's fair and all that!

@ Daniel: Feel free to :-)