April 15th:Do you want a side order of reality with that order?
Yesterday was more then just being April 15th Tax Day, it was also "
I am a burger flipper and I demand more money then I am worth day"
Funny how fast food workers want $15 an hour, yet they can't even make a simple hamburger look appetizing to the public. Yesterday the delusional, lazy and gullible malcontents took to the streets yet again in trying to obtain a "living wage" for doing an "entry level" job. I seriously have no compassion for these people. They are hard wired into their own fantasy world in thinking how the real world of economics should work yet have no clue. Here are some of those energetic morons striking in Kansas City in front of a McDonalds.
Looking at the white sign, I'm not exactly sure how "racism and burger flipping jobs" go together. Is it because the brown meat patty is being oppressed and tortured by the silver spatula pressing it against the grill? Oh by the way, workers who actually did walk off their jobs technically could have been fired for job abandonment and should have.It's pretty said that the life's ambitious of these people are to work in a fast food place. Growing up, my mother always told me that
"if I wanted to make a good salary, then I needed to apply myself and obtain the knowledge that employers need thus willing to pay top dollar for"
She was right, and thankfully I listened to her. These burger floppers claim that they want $15 dollars an hour, yet the only thing they are willing to do is to demand that they want it. Again, these poor fools are blinded to how the real world works. My first job was working at McDonalds when I was 16 years old. It was good pocket change, but never did I think of working there as a career for obvious reasons. My favorite fast food place is Checkers. I haven't been there in awhile though. One of the reasons is that burger prices are skyrocketing. The reason is is, because the price of beef is at an all time high and is continuing to rise. So if I have the mindset that fast food is becoming too expensive, it's safe to say that many others feel the same way I do thus aren't going as frequent as often these establishments or stop going all together.So with that being said, people will definitely start changing their leisure dinning options in regards to fast food if the prices of menu items have to increases any more especially in order to compensate for a nearly 60% increase in the cost of labor, Several hings are going to happen if fast food operators are forced to pay $15.00 per worker 1. The owners are going to cut the size of their staffs 2. They will find ways to automate as much of the process as possible 3. They might have to close their restaurants entirely. 4. They will convert as many workers as possible to part time. The New York Post interviewed a fast food worker in New York who was complaining that she couldn't afford to pay her rent working at McDonald. I have a cousin who graduated college last year. He works in New York City yet lives in New Jersey. I guess my question is, who does this burger flipper and others like her in New York think they are? There are many people who are college educated or have technical skills who can't afford to live in New York City either, but you don't see them complaining. The simple concept of course is wasted on these malcontents. If a burger flipper can't afford to live in New York City on burger flipper hourly pay rate, either 1. Move to a place more affordable OUT of New York City or 2. Repeat number one. I guess McDonalds has become to fast food in the eyes of the "social justice" buffoons as they see Walmart is to retail. Victims always need to promote they symbol of their supposed oppression.