From Penguin Magic
As fast-food workers across the country stage strikes and attempt to unionize, comedian Mike Lawrence looks back at his own days flipping burgers. Based on his description, a raise and some health care is the LEAST we should give these people.
Ron Finley plants vegetable gardens in South Central LA -- in abandoned lots, traffic medians, along the curbs. Why? For fun, for defiance, for beauty and to offer some alternative to fast food in a community where "the drive-thrus are killing more people than the drive-bys."
A special look at 'supply and demand' and whether profiteering retailers or hungry consumers are to blame.
AlJazeera news source.
The Fox and Friends crew welcomes Ted Nugent to break down President Obama's 2013 State of the Union and the gang dives into the European fast food horse meat scandal.
From the BBC show Jimmy's Food Factory.
Goodwin and Badwin try a new church.
A great costume catches drive thru employees by surprise.
In the mid-1980's a young John Mahoney did this legendary comedy training film for a well-known fast food franchise. Written by JoBe Cerny. Directed by Dean DiBrito.
Uncle fuz thought people just want to get on, and stopping for food slows you down but not anymore get your food while you move just pull up and hope you catch it ha ha
Jerrod sympathizes with those oppressed in the Chik-fil-A war.
Hank brings us the strange story of in vitro meat - muscle tissue grown in laboratories with the hope that someday we will eat it.
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Scarface quits his job in style.
Brand new web comedy from award winning newcomer Pat Cahill for BBC Three. A little ditty for people who have been faced with far too many options when purchasing hot snacks.
Bloody bloody stools!