Tag: McDonalds

France Hands USA Men’s Basketball Team Their 1st Olympic Loss Since 2004

Zach Lavine #5, Jrue Holiday #12, Bam Adebayo #13, Kevin Durant #7, Damian Lillard #6 and Head Coach Gregg Popovich of Team United States of America look on in disbelief during their game against France in Men’s Preliminary Round Group B action on day two of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Saitama Super Arena […]

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Black Excellence: First-Time Candidate India Walton Set to Become Buffalo’s First Female Mayor After Upset

Screenshot: Twitter (Other) These days it can often feel like we’re in a never-ending cycle of violence, trauma, and general fuckery, so it’s always great when you come across a piece of news that’s just a certifiable dub for the culture. India Walton, a Black woman who ran for office for the first time in […]

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The Last McDonald’s Breakfast Menu Ranking You’ll Ever Need

If you’ve ever audibly groaned at a drive-thru speaker, you were probably at a McDonald’s and had just asked “are you still serving breakfast?” only to be told, “No, that just ended.” McDonald’s breakfast is pretty damn good as far as breakfast-you-can-eat-without-leaving-your-car goes, you could even argue that the breakfast offerings are better than McDonald’s […]

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Architect of ‘Trickle Down’ Economics Says Disenfrenchized Minorities ‘Aren’t Worth $15 an Hour in Most Cases’

Screenshot: @LizPower1/ Twitter Fox News is racist AF. I mean, Tucker Carlson is the network’s most popular white nationalist host, so saying “Fox News is racist” is about as much a no-shit-Sherlock-y thing to say as the commonly used expression, “It’s always in the last place that you look.” (Hopefully, I have not offended weird […]

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Architect of ‘Trickle Down’ Economics Says Disenfranchised Minorities ‘Aren’t Worth $15 an Hour in Most Cases’

Screenshot: @LizPower1/ Twitter Fox News is racist AF. I mean, Tucker Carlson is the network’s most popular white nationalist host, so saying “Fox News is racist” is about as much a no-shit-Sherlock-y thing to say as the commonly used expression, “It’s always in the last place that you look.” (Hopefully, I have not offended weird […]

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One Year After Protests for Racial Justice, Corporations Must Go Beyond Their Statements and Commit to Racial Justice Through Their Policies

Protestors hold pictures of George Floyd as they march during a Juneteenth rally at Grand Army Plaza on June 19, 2020 in the Brooklyn Borough of New York City. Photo: Angela Weiss/AFP (Getty Images) Last year during the protests for racial justice, almost every major corporation released a statement standing in solidarity with the Black […]

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