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ronald mcdonalds call | YOU SAY YOU DIDN'T ORDER PICKLES ON YOUR QUARTER POUNDER AND THERE WAS SPIT IN YOUR SODA? IMPOSSIBLE, MA'AM, WE PAY OUR EMPLOYEES $15 AN HOU | image tagged in ronald mcdonalds call | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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3 ups
I had a minimum wage job... Got me just enough motivation to get a real job.
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2 ups, 2 replies
Guess I'll read the comments on my next break. Huge lol
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1 up
It actually was pretty civil here so far. Trying hasn't commented so no rude comments. Lol!
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1 up
Comments always get long once libtard gets worked up. Lol.
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I wonder if $20/hr is a thing?
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0 ups
I've seen people talking about how it should be $50 an hour. It's just lunacy.
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2 ups, 1 reply
Imagine the level of employees that will be gunning for that job if it WERE $15/hr. The employers would have a much better pool of applicants.
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2 ups, 1 reply
However, the ammount of people losing their jobs would be far greater. McDonald's may not be the best place to work, but at least it's a job. It's a beginning...an okay start and job experience.
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Only those that are bad at their jobs. Also the infusion of the money from those making a better wage would CREATE more jobs. This has been proven over and over.
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2 ups, 1 reply
Well, it remains to be seen. Texas has a low minimum wage and yet has one of the strongest economies that isn't a majority relying on oil and fracking. San Antonio has a booming economy and the minimum wage is $7.25 an hour.

Minimum wage was created by the unions to keep people in poverty and to rely on them. Not a good idea.
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2 ups, 2 replies
High minimum wage runs people out of business. Margins aren't exactly huge. Texas is known as an oil and gas state, but if it disappeared overnight, Texas would hardly notice. Texas' economy is very strong and diverse.

Minimum wage is fine where it's at. It's where you start...not where you stay.

Not aiming this at you, Spurs, just carrying on the conversation. I'd imagine you and I agree on most things.
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2 ups
Yes, we probably do. It seems we agree on economical issues.
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haha no....that's a myth. The whole "minimum wage kills jobs"
Again, proven false time and time again.

THEY want you to believe that.
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1 up, 1 reply
They who? Last time they raised minimum wage, people went out of business. I'm not talking mom and pop shops. I'm talking Domino's Pizza, and Blockbuster Video in my town had to shut down because margins were already razor thin.

"They" don't tell me shit. I've SEEN it happen. Walk this Earth a little longer, and you'll see it too.
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Their (ESPECIALLY those companies you mentioned) do not have "razor thin" margins.

I've been on the earth long enough that's how I got wise to see the truth.

Worker productivity and corporate profits are at ALL TIME HIGHS but worker wages have been essentially stagnate for 30 years.

If Minimum wage stayed on track with productivity since 1980 it would be $21/hr

PS- Blockbusters EVERYWHERE went out of business because their technological/business model was an outdated relic.

Domino's have gone out of business in many places because of competition with better food and prices.

If your area closed all fast food places when the minimum wage increase you mentioned happened, you may have had at least a possibility of a case to support your point.
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Just the local outfits around my area...just like I said in my comment.

You love to argue. Find someone else.
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I love to educate. Bye Bye
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2 ups, 1 reply
Minimum wage is a scam.
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Fast food places are where kids learn how to establish a work ethic and learn attention to detail. You can't teach an older person that if they don't already have those skills. Seeing adults working in fast food is like seeing everyone you went to detention with in high school.
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It shouldn't be like that.
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MYTH #1. Fast-food workers are mostly teenagers working for pocket money.

Fast food was indeed an adolescent gig in the 1950s and 1960s, when the paper hat symbolized the classic short-term, entry-level job. But today, despite arguments that these low-wage jobs are largely filled by “suburban teenagers,” as the Heritage Foundation put it, labor data shows that about 70 percent of the fast-food workforce is at least 20 years old.The typical burger-flipper is an independent adult of about 29, with a high school diploma. Nearly a third have some college experience, and many are single parents raising families on $9 an hour. In contrast to McDonald’s rather optimistic model budget — which assumes that an employee lives in a two-income household and doesn’t need child care or gas or groceries — a large portion of fast-food workers are forced to borrow from friends to cover basic household expenses, or sometimes fall into homelessness.

According to researchers at the University of California at Berkeley, about half of the families of front-line fast-food workers depend on public programs, compared with 25 percent of the American workforce. About 87 percent of fast-food workers lack employer health benefits, compared with 40 percent of the general workforce. And roughly one-fifth of workers’ families are below the poverty line. That adds up to some $7 billionin welfare payouts each year — essentially enabling fast-food mega-chains to subsidize ultra-low wages with public benefits.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/five-myths-about-fast-food-work/2015/04/10/a62e9ab8-dee0-11e4-a500-1c5bb1d8ff6a_story.html?utm_term=.082fb542c93a
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My point was that kids should be in those jobs, not adults. There are so many adults working those jobs now because the economy now is way different than it was back then. You want a good job now a days, you either need college, experience, or both. If you don't have either, you're starting at the bottom.
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Productivity and corporate profits are at all time highs. Worker wages have been stagnate for 30 years.

The issue isn't regular people wanting a decent wage for a day's work.
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That's a really good cartoon! :)
http://conservativelogic101.net/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/5-23-14-A-Rich-Hist-vol-5.png
Here's a link to a really good image of hypocrisy ;D
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Yup, that's it ;)
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