Saturday, July 30, 2016

Burger Queen

There are small outfits and companies that to keep costs down they hire the least number of people.  To operate smoothly they need every person on the payroll there.  The biggest fear of management of places like this is that an employee calls in sick and the manager himself (or herself) will have  to take their place do some grunt work.  Like at McDonald's for instance.

I go through McDonald's drive-thru too often.  Their senior cup of coffee for only 63₵ is a bargain.

Speaking of McDonalds I got a trivia question wrong yesterday about McDonald's.  The question was:
"What unlikely person was the owner of a McDonald's franchise?"
Of the four celebrities listed, I picked the wrong one.
The correct answer was "Queen Elizabeth".  She owns a McDonald's franchise near Buckingham Palace.  The answer said:  The Queen of England supersized her property portfolio by purchasing a McDonald's restaurant near Buckingham Pallace in 2008. Her Majesty purchased a retail park near Windsor Castle, where the McDonald's chain is located.

What if several people at that McDonald's near Buckingham Palace, called in sick and they had to reshuffle the help and call in owners and management to help out 

So, if you drove up to that McDonald's and ordered a senior cup of coffee, when you paid at Window #1 as you hand the old lady with the mike headband, take your money, or at Window #2 to hand you your order, if you recognized her would you whip out your cellphone and get a picture?  Or maybe a selfie?


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