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Big Mac (Apple) or Big Mac (Micky Dees)?

Volunteer

https://9to5mac.com/2017/12/31...

Do they all have a certain sameness or is it just me? Blonde wood, overhead lighting out of the early 1960s, employees in uniform (but without the paper hats)...

 
Jan 3, 18 8:50 am
Non Sequitur

neither.  Double quarter pounder.

Wait, what was the question?

Jan 3, 18 8:57 am
Volunteer

Micky Dees forges ahead:

Jan 3, 18 9:04 am
archietechie

None.

They all serve crappy product in boxes.

Jan 3, 18 9:19 am
JLC-1

yeah, it's called branding.

Jan 3, 18 12:30 pm
randomised

Big Apple!

Jan 5, 18 4:53 am
Volunteer

Just pointing out that McDonalds, of all people, has more innovative, pleasant, and varied store designs than Apple. One Micky Dees I was in north of Vancouver was perched on a hill a couple of thousand feet above a bay with a spectacular view and had a gas burning fireplace.

Jan 5, 18 6:53 am
randomised

There are quite a bit more McD restaurants than A stores, the majority of McD's are as horrible as their "food" or worse :)

Volunteer

Which one is the remodel? I have seen more attractive hospital operating rooms than in either case.

Jan 5, 18 8:12 am
randomised

Each their own ;) for future reference good to know this is more to your liking:

https://media-cdn.tripadvisor.com/media/photo-s/0e/95/dd/e6/this-is-the-worst-and.jpg

Jan 5, 18 8:43 am
Volunteer

Imagine the Apple store with the same amount of trash. Remove the clutter and it beats the Apple store by a mile.

randomised

But it's the architecture that inspires people to behave in such a way that they think it's okay to leave their trash like that. The clutter IS the architecture in case of McD's.

Volunteer

Gee, when we were sampling winery restaurants in the Napa Valley a couple of years ago we left our dirty plates on the table. Silly us. Guess the winery architecture (which often had won awards) made us do it.

randomised

At McD you don't even have plates, think about that...

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