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James Franco wrote an ad for The Washington Post’s “Post Everything” in which he expresses his undying love for McDonald’s. Before he became an actor he worked at Mickey D’s.
All i know is that when I needed McDonald’s, McDonald’s was there for me. When no one else was.
I was given the late shift drive-thru position. I wore a purple visor and purple polo shirt and took orders over a headset. I refrained from reading on the job, but soon started putting on fake accents with the customers to practice for my scenes in acting class.
In this day and age when it’s so popular, especially among celebrities, to criticize fast food, it seems like McDonald’s has found its champion.