Before You Eat That McNugget, Why Not Use It To Copy The Comics Section?


Someone compared the Chicken McNuggets produced by domestic McDonald’s to those sold on Knifecrime Island, and congratulations, America: “McNuggets made in U.S. stores are higher in fat and calories and contain the chemicals tBHQ, tertiary butylhydroquinone, a petroleum-based product, and dimethylpolysiloxane, an anti-foaming agent used in cosmetics and even Silly Putty.” But don’t worry: “The use of tertiary butylhydroquinone in the fast-food chain’s fried chicken pieces meets Chinese food safety standards, McDonald’s unit in the nation said in an e-mailed statement.” Even though the chemical is toxic to “some extent,” according to a Chinese nutritionist! Get me a 20-piece, please?