a person with a lack of judgment and common sense
fr character in the 1985 movie "Back To The Future"
Don Thompson, the chief executive officer of mcdonalds, makes more in a day than the average fast food employee makes in a year.
Businesses such as mcdonalds have, with great success, replicated the same model all over the world, he notes.
BBC producer Jeane McCallum: “May be time for a return to Cuba before mcdonalds moves in.”
Christian is the son of Mexican immigrants whose father works at a car wash and mother works at mcdonalds.
Microsoft-Yahoo becomes a genuine Pepsi to Google's Coke, Burger King to their mcdonalds, Avis to their Hertz.
Mr. Wilson was left for dead on the ground, and the mcdonalds captured.
They were abroad now, the mcdonalds and Tom, who bore the expenses of the party.
A mcdonalds hamburger is close to the science fiction image of a world consuming only the energy source necessary for functioning.
But it must not be supposed that the abundance of Mr. mcdonalds labors as a preacher prevented him from giving attention to study.
He then returned with all speed to the church of the mcdonalds, where he found the energetic members still in active motion.