The Truth of McDonald ChickenMcDonalds has been the staple of fast food since the dawn of the fast food century. Indeed, with millions of stores located galaxy-wide, McDonalds is easily the most popular, most profitable fast food joint in existence. But lately, a huge secret spilled by an ex-employee from one of the stores has halted the flow of customers in many locations. The talk can be heard from every street corner, but this report is for the benefit of the couch potatoes who never go outside.The Truth of McDonald Chicken by Dragonizer
On the day of August 24, 2008, it was revealed that McDonalds uses people as a primary ingredient to make their chicken. Brandon Kern, the ex-employee who originally spilled the secret, was flagged down and more than happy to tell his story to various news reporters.
Ive noticed ever since I started working in January that some of our stores employees go missing from time to time and are never heard from again. Funny thing is that it was always the worst or the most annoying workers.
The Silence of LonelinessThe day came early, the rooster waking me with his call. I rolled out of bed, rubbed the sleep from my eyes, and headed down to the kitchen. It was a lonely time as I sat down at the table, the other chair, the empty chair, at the edge of my vision as I ate. I let a smile creep across my face, for though it was lonely, it was a loneliness filled with pride.The Silence of Loneliness by Dragonizer
My gaze wandered to the rifle standing by the door and rested on it for a moment. I felt a small pang of sorrow, though it was quickly replaced by pride once more. I would have gone as well to help the cause of the South, but with the other half of my soul in the grave, only I was left to care for our home.
Done with my food, I tidied up the table before stepping outside. My tractor greeted me as I passed it, the new, red paint glinting in the yellow light of the rising sun. The pigs were still sound asleep, barely even stirring as I refilled their trough. I then glanced up at the clear, blue sky and determined that it was a great d