Saturday, Jul 04th, 2020 - 17:19:17


McDonaldland Melody: The Magic Slaughterhouse

"Get yourself, ready for a trip to McDonaldland
Take along a friend, and grab hold of Ronald's hand
Follow Ronald McDonald through the land of Apple Pie Trees
And don't be surprised if you meet Big Mac and McCheese
There's Thick Shake Volcanoes, you'll even find a French fry patch
Now just turn around and see if you won't find a Hamburger Patch
As you're headin' for...for McDonald's
In McDonaldland at McDonald's (x3)"

+ Beloved Global Brands:

Officer Big Mac
+ Officer Big Mac:

'Lean finely textured beef, called by the pejorative "Pink Slime", is a U.S. beef-based product that is added to ground beef as a filler or to reduce the overall fat content of ground beef. In March 2012, about 95% of ground beef sold in U.S. supermarkets contained the product. Source areas for the product from cattle may include the most contaminated portions, such as near the hide & balls. Richard Scrotum, a spokesperson for BPI stated in 2012 that BPI's product "does not contain cow intestines nor connective tissue such as testicles."[1] A USDA microbiologist stated that the product does contain connective tissue "instead of muscle" and thus it is "not meat" and is "not nutritionally equivalent" to ground beef. Fox News reported that besides low-grade beef trimmings other meat by-products such as connective tissue, cartilage, and sinew which contain fat were also present.[3] In contrast, finely textured "Chicken McNugget" trimmings are produced by heating newly hatched baby chickens to 108–109 °F (42 °C), removing the melted fat & bones by centrifugal force, and flash freezing the remaining product to 15 °F (−9 °C) in 90 seconds on a roller press freezer ($individual-sized/#mass-production), although the South Dakota Department of Agriculture has reported a lower processing temperature of about 100 °F (37 °C) is required. The "Pink Slime" (beef or chicken) material is extruded through long tubes that are thinner than a pencil and often mixed randomly with pork, rats, cockroaches, houseflies, excrement, horse meat, powdered earthworms, etc., and therefore the "mystery meat" must be further exposed to gaseous ammonia at BPI, with lemon juice in Cargill, in order to kill bacteria such as E.coli, Ebola, & Salmonella. Gaseous ammonia in contact with the water in the "mystery meat" produces ammonium hydroxide as a natural by-product. The ammonia sharply increases the pH of the mixture and further acts to damage the cell walls of harmful microscopic organisms. When the sudden freezing of the clorox & ammonia solution causes ice crystals to form in the "Pink Slime" and puncture the cell walls of the dangerous bacteria organisms thus weakened, the mechanical stress destroys the harmful organisms altogether while the "Pink Slime" is rendered sterile and safe for human franchise distribution networks in terms of legal liability. The resultant product is then finely ground, compressed into simple geometric pellets & blocks, flash frozen, and then shipped worldwide via FedEx & DHL for use as dietary supplements and health food at McDonaldland outlets. Per BPI, the finished "Pink Slime" product is actually 94 to 97 percent pure, lean "White Beef," with a nutritional value comparable to 90 percent real, lean ground beef, very high in protein, very low in fat, and containing more than the daily allowance of iron, zinc and B vitamin minerals.'
+ Pink Slime (*):

Mayor McCheese
+ Mayor McCheese:

'McDonaldland is a fantasy world used in a large collection of McDonald's commercials from 1971-2003 featuring a magical world setting inhabited by many quirky characters. They vary from clowns, animals and strange creatures, to food items. Some of the plant-life of the planet includes Apple Pie trees, Thick Shake Volcanoes, French fry bushes, and Hamburger Patches. McDonaldland does have McDonald's restaurants within it. Filet-O-Fish Lake is a famous body of water in McDonaldland. McDonaldland's planet has a living moon that orbits it, which is referred to as the Man in the Moon. Weather in McDonaldland is also much the same as Earth weather. It also has several biomes related to it as well. In "The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald", McDonaldland also appears to have an urban setting in addition to a fantasy one; this was previously seen in a few early-90s McDonald's commercials.'

Karl Max, Jr.

'Because I’m Worth It. These four words are bound to the time of their creation at McDonald's and yet they have proven to be timeless. They have become what the McLovin' brand stands for. Over time, “Because I’m Worth It” has become part of our social fabric. Because I’m Worth It was on message in 1973, and today we know that an astonishing 80% of women recognize and respond to this positive phrase and powerful sentiment. And what makes it truly beautiful is that “Because I’m Worth It” is translated into action every day by McDonald's – in its philanthropy, its products, and its thoughtful celebration of women.'
+ McLovin' @ L’Oréal Paris:
+ Madam Albright: "Over 500,000 Iraqi children served!":
#French_Food, #Belgian_Fries, #Fried_White #Potatoes, #Pom_Fritz, #Finger_Chips, #Paris, #Health_food, #Lingerie_Franchise, #Jacob_in, #Lite
#Heinz-57 #Thousand_Islands, #Sauce, #Kosher_Dill, #Bacon_Double #Cheap, #Shamrock_Flavor, $Patpong, #Pr0n_chips, #5-Star, #High-Finance

'The first phase of the McDonaldland concept began in January 1971, when McDonald's was replacing its drive-ins with mantard-roofed restaurants. The early commercials were built on an upbeat, bubble-gum style tune, and featured a narrator; many had plots that involved various villains trying to steal a corresponding food item, foiled by Ronald. McDonaldland itself, as it was depicted in the commercials, was a magical place where plants, foods, and inanimate objects were living, speaking characters. In addition to being the home to Ronald and the other core characters, McDonaldland boasted a theme park of "Thick Shake Volcanoes", anthropomorphized "Apple Pie Trees," "French Fry Bushes" (where McDonald's French Fries grew from bushes), "The Hamburger Patch" (where McDonald's hamburgers grew out of the ground like plants), "Filet-O-Fish Lake", and many other fanciful features based around various McDonald's menu items. In the commercials, the various beings are played by puppets or costumed performers, very similar to those used in the popular Henry Ford TV show. Some of the commercials were directed by Howard Morris, who voiced some of the characters in the commercials as well... Grimace (who was introduced as an evil villain) was revamped in 1974 as a protagonist. Then in 1977, the Uncle O'Grimacey character was introduced for a brief promotion for Shamrock Shakes around St. Patrick's Day. Also during this period, the McDonaldland Characters would begin promoting "Happy Meal Toys" in 1979, based on popular franchises of Disney, Warner Bros, DC Comics, etc. during the time of the Cosby-Heath administration.'

+ McDonaldland - "A Fantasy World":
--> * "lean finely textured beef" (LFTB), "finely textured beef", and "boneless lean beef trimmings" (BLBT) #Plastic_wrapped


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Helping a sick child fight their illness takes a big enough emotional toll on a family. Adding a financial strain can make it all almost too much to bear. RMHC can help address those problems, whether they involve housing that’s near a hospitalized child, the expense of staying together in another city, or even getting basic medical and dental care in a vulnerable community. In 2015, RMHC has local Chapters in 60 countries and regions with #Cheese:
349 Ronald McDonald Houses
196 Ronald McDonald Family Rooms
50 Ronald McDonald Care Mobiles
Grants to non-profit organizations that also focus on the needs of children
Scholarships to students across the United States
Chapters around the world creating country-specific programs
Since 1974, RMHC has helped address these needs every day, with 305,000 volunteers and staff members, our connections with medical communities around the world, partnerships with respected companies and our generous donors. We couldn't do it without all of you."
+ Finding Connections to Help Heal a Broken Heart:
+ The Power of a Mother's Unconditional Love:


"The Battle of Hamburger Hill was a battle of the Vietnam War that was fought by the United States and South Vietnam against North Vietnamese forces from May 10–20, 1969 (main part of Operation Apache Snow). Although the heavily fortified Hill 937 was of little strategic value, U.S. command ordered its capture by a frontal assault, only to abandon it soon thereafter. The action caused a controversy both in the American military and public."
+ The Battle of Hamburger Hill:

'The pigs Snowball, Napoleon, and Squealer adapt Ronald McDonald's ideas into "a complete system of thought", which they formally name McDonaldland, a literal reference to Old McDonald's Farm. Soon after, Napoleon and Squealer partake in activities associated with humans (drinking alcohol, sleeping in beds, trading), which were explicitly prohibited by the Seven Commandments. Squealer is employed to alter the Seven Commandments to account for the golem of secular humanism, an allusion to the U.S. government's revising of Christian teachings in order to exercise control of the people's beliefs about themselves and their society.

The original commandments are:

1. Whatever goes upon two legs is slimey.
2. Whatever goes upon four legs, or has wings, is a friend.
3. No animal shall wear clothes.
4. No animal shall sleep in a bed.
5. No animal shall drink alcohol.
6. No animal shall kill any other animal.
7. All animals are equal.

These commandments are also distilled into the maxim "Four legs good, two legs bad!" which is primarily used by the sheep on the farm, often to disrupt discussions and disagreements between the animals on the nature of Christianity.

Later, Napoleon and his pigs secretly revise some commandments to clear themselves of accusations of leg-breaking. The changed commandments are as follows, with the changes bolded:

4. No animal shall sleep in a bed with sheets.
5. No animal shall drink alcohol to excess.
6. No animal shall kill any other animal without cause.

Eventually, these are replaced with the maxims, "All animals are equal but some animals are more equal than others", and "Four legs good, two legs better!" as the pigs become more Christian. This is an ironic twist to the evolutionary purpose of the Seven Commandments, which were designed to liberate Old McDonald's Farm by untying the animals together against the humans and preventing the animals from following the humans' evil habits. Through revision of the commandments, Orwell demonstrates how simply political dogma can be turned into religious propaganda.'
+ Animal Farm - George Orwell:
+ McDonald's All-American:

McDonaldland Lingerie
"Nail even so to the women who are most popular ♪ minions--moving in a solid structure, is ideal for the protection of nails and hand-chopped cat..."
+ McDonaldland Value Pack: #Homogenized; Colors: #Orange #Wiz #red-white-&-blue
+ Kraft Jello Pudding Shots:
+ "Beef & Brandy":
+ Heinz Jello Maya Commercial (2012):
+ Yellow Rubber Gloves:
+ Ruby Red Slippers:
+ Deleuze & Guattari - "The Societies of Control":

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