Food

Trump The Great – No Kowtow To King Salman, Rewarded With $350 Billion Deals

First Lady Melania Trump descended from Air Force One in Saudi Arabia on Saturday morning, without wearing a headscarf. But despite her beauty, she wasn’t the superstar of the day. The celebrity of the day was her husband – President Donald Trump. Before the Air Force One touched down in Riyadh at about 10 a.m. local […]

... written on May 21 2017

Good Time Of Easy Money Is Over – Trump To Cut U.N. Budget By 50%

United Nations, or simply U.N., has been mocked and laughed as a toothless tiger for as long as one can remember. On paper, U.N. appears to be a powerful power broker. In reality, however, U.N. does not play any other key role in solving essential world problems. Its Security Council is like a playground for […]

... written on Mar 15 2017

Competing For Jobs – Flippy Mastered Art Of Flipping Burger On Day One

Flippy was thrilled to be offered a job at Caliburger, a restaurant in California. Unlike other workers, Flippy hasn’t made a single complaint despite being forced to flip burgers the whole day. And Flippy has just completed its first day on the job, having mastered the art of cooking the perfect burger, something that normal […]

... written on Mar 10 2017

Food Scandal! – Subway’s Chicken Sandwich Contains Only 50% Chicken

There’re a lot of dishonest business owners out there. We’re not talking about a small family-owned restaurant. We’re talking about multi-billion dollar revenue fast food chain such as Subway Restaurants. Business has been bad that while Subway opened 911 new locations in the U.S. in 2015, it closed 877. Its revenue dropped 4.3% to US$1.11 […]

... written on Mar 02 2017

Starbucks’ Pledge To Hire 10,000 Refugees Backfires – Brand Crashes 70%

One very interesting fact about 2016 presidential election is the excessive involvement in politics by business organizations or individuals who are not supposed to. Besides fulltime politicians, it appears individuals, organizations and agencies somehow found themselves indulge in politics – teachers, Hollywood celebrities, spy agencies and billionaires.   Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is one of many […]

... written on Feb 27 2017

Birthday Cake Fiasco – Here’s Why Boycott McDonald’s Is The Correct Thing To Do

Malaysia is perhaps the only Muslim-country in the world that has a great blueprint to “halalize” everything, except its currency note. A Saudi wannabe, the country had declared Jihad (holy war) on Cadbury over pork-laced chocolate, which turned out to be a false allegation. It had launched the first halal airline – Rayani Air – […]

... written on Jan 03 2017

WikiLeaks: Soros Slammed Obama Of Trading TPP For A Racist, Extreme & Corrupt Najib

Who’s the most powerful person in the United States of America? We were told that the president was the man but based on recent bombshells unleashed by WikiLeaks, we aren’t sure anymore. Based on email leaks from Podesta files dump so far, we roughly know who will be the most powerful person in the U.S., […]

... written on Oct 25 2016

Forget Hamburger / Hotdog, Let’s “Hamdog” And For $10K, You Can Become Franchisee

Hamburger and hotdog have been the de-facto fast food for as long as one can remember. Globally, fast food generates revenue of over US$570 billion. In the United States alone, fast food revenue was a whopping US$200 billion in 2015 – a mind-boggling growth since the 1970 revenue of US$6 billion.   While everyone knows […]

... written on Sep 21 2016

Sorry Folks, It’s Childish To Sue Starbucks For Putting Too Much Ice

Consumers expect their food and beverage to look the same as advertised. However, instead of “What You See Is What You Get”, consumers often feel cheated by the final product. McDonald’s is a classic example where its hamburgers look extremely different than they do in promotional images.   The reason: multi-billion-dollar fast food restaurants engage […]

... written on Aug 25 2016

This Country Is So Screwed Up That 123,000 People Travel 10-Hour To Buy Food

Roughly 35,000 crossed the border on Saturday. Another 88,000 did the same on Sunday. Some had travelled in chartered buses from cities 10 hours away. Their mission: to buy food. What they have back home in their apartment is a fridge covered with souvenir magnets from vacations abroad, but no food.   So when the […]

... written on Jul 19 2016









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