The feds seized several cellphones, and a grand jury blasted out 40 subpoenas as the DOJ’s Jan. 6 probe shifted into higher gear.
Members of the Fight for $15 movement and their supporters gathered throughout the country, most often in front of Carl's Jr and Hardee's restaurants, to voice their opposition to Andrew's Puzder's likely appointment to the position of Labor Secretary.
Andrew Puzder, the CEO of fast food group CKE Restaurants, is also known for commenting that fast food workers will likely be replaced by robots and defending Carl's Jr.'s racy commercials.
According to a recent survey, almost one third of Millennials aged 18 to 24 opt for drive-thru not because of efficiency, but because “they don’t feel like dealing with people.”
With the rise of the machines already upon us and a growing demand for better wages in fast food restaurants, some shrewd executives are realizing that it might be cheaper to just replace imperfect humans with more “polite” robots.
"Would it have mattered? It's a dead body," says one Facebook user. "They where about to bury it in the ground, where it will get wet, fester and decay. I think it could sit in a car for a bit."
It was surprisingly good.
If you are a woman, chances are you’re not also a creative director at an advertising agency. Good for you! It is one of the most useless corporate jobs ever created.