Oh, My, Thai: It’s Ronald McDonald, servin’ up Namaste.

Via elephant journal
on Aug 26, 2009
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mcdonald's thailand

Thanks to US marketing, chains like Burger King and McDonald’s are spreading the transfat love worldwide faster than Michael Pollan can write books, farmers can fight the spread of GMOs, or Slow Food can wine and dine.

God Bless Capitalism.

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3 Responses to “Oh, My, Thai: It’s Ronald McDonald, servin’ up Namaste.”

  1. Jessica says:

    Isn't this Ronald right smack dab in the middle of Pat Pong (the red light district in Bangkok)?

  2. […] I’m about to leave for a two week Zen retreat in southern Utah—and all I can think is, “Damn, they’d better not feed us McDonald’s.” […]

  3. Melissa Grinslade says:

    That hand gesture is a customary way to say ‘hello’ in Thai culture…similar to a wave in US culture…not a yoga reflection.