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Yo, McDon, Joey da Thumb sends his regards, I saw him at "mass" last week (he brought da twins. Nah, not da Olsens, da 12 yr old boys from down a' da orphanage) Anyway, took a glance at dat article ya asked my secretary about, da one where ya talkin' to da kid who wants to work for you. First ting here, the place ya start yappin at him, under ya picture with da boys and dat trixie hangin' on ya, why don't ya make da words a little larger, so ya can read dim first and not get lost over der on the right. Maybe ya can even put da picture hangin' right over the words, whatdoyacallit? centerin'. Ya, do dat. Da rest of the intro is fine, an' da story to, and I'se read some of ya past yabberin' and know dat ya gonna add an' subtrac' an' get dis page in prime rib territory. Jus' keep sleepin'on it. An' maybe throw a bone to the brit and da other europe guys, tell dem how ya control dere piece of da action too. Jus' don't go openin' one of ya joints within a mile of da pope's house, alright, rub one off for me with dat babe playin' in ya lap dere. Written from dictation on Vatican parchment by Al de'Chain', private secretary to his Holiness Father John Murphy SSC 1:22 10 3 mmx

Yeah, there's been some interesting banter on how to best start the article - I'll tweak around some more. Also I thought about brief mention of the global market. Example: Burger King has a tougher time with the Arab/Muslim/Islamic world since, going out the gate, they have all the external trappings normally associated with European royalty. Kings and crowns = Crusaders. Perhaps I should go ahead and pad the Burger King section with that. There's one more factoid that I haven't figured out how to insert into the article: The fact that all of the original ceramic-tile golden arch McDonald's were are all built near large churches. This is the one that covered the territory I grew up in long before it was heavily populated. It's now surrounded with all kinds of buildings and things that were never there before. Naturally, there's a couple HUGE mega-churches about a half mile away. It says a lot about the marketing mentality of the McDons back in the 50's and 60's. Thanks for the input!--DRStrangesig5 Sherman Fingertalk  09:55, March 10, 2010 (UTC)
Done and done. Center image, NOTOC and Crusader joke thrown in. I really want to keep it as short as possible so I'm nervy about talking too much about the global market.--DRStrangesig5 Sherman Fingertalk  10:23, March 10, 2010 (UTC)
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