Comments:McDonald's restaurant to close all locations in Iceland

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Hey, great news...think I may move to Iceland...finally a developed country without the scourge that is McDonalds.

Personally I don't allow the existence of mediocre hamburger purveyors to plague my experience. (talk) 08:14, 6 November 2009 (UTC)[reply]

Comments from feedback form - "good riddence to them."[edit]

good riddence to them. — (talk) 14:34, 27 December 2011 (UTC)[reply]

Good for Iceland, their health should improve substantially. Fuck McDonalds for a financial attack on people trying to rein in uncontrolled banksters. I only occasionally go to McDonalds when I'm really desperate but now you couldn't waterboard me into buying their crap.

Comments from feedback form - "Mc.Donalds is a Franchise. Mc...."[edit]

Mc.Donalds is a Franchise. Mc.Donalds corporation never "closes" shops. Franchisees close them. Also, paying for onions like said, Franchisees get their products from the corporate distributor and no where else. IE they won't pay any more for onions than anywhere else because corporate Mc.Donalds distributes for them. This post/article is 100% full of shit, gossip and rumors. — (talk) 08:12, 28 December 2011 (UTC)[reply]