Eat all of your McAfrika, Honey, because I have a funny feeling there might be starving people out there somewhere.
This article is very well written with extremely good ideas for naming burgers based on the views of American government and its people. It brings to light how a world famous multinational names a product after a continent without any regard of the exact position of the continent. Also it appears that the multinational is not bothered about what is happening in other parts of the world and is not concerned about the image it portrays to its customer. The thesis of this article can be said to be the naming policy of multinationals such as McDonalds who do not have any regard for the impact that their names can have on a country or continent.
The supporting reason for the thesis is that McDonalds named their burger in Norway as McAfrika since they were confident that people will not give importance to names and also will not oppose to the burger being called McAfrika.
They probably named the burger McAfrika either without the knowledge that Africa is facing a severe famine and a very high percentage of AIDS or they were confident that people will not give importance to names. Therefore the supporting reason for the thesis can be said to be the fact that definitely people who are concerned about Africa will oppose the burger being called McAfrika, since it makes the people to enjoy a good meal in the name of Africa where millions of people are starving and also dying every year.
The argument is perfectly valid because as mentioned in "Eat all of your McAfrika, Honey, because I have a funny feeling there might be starving people out there somewhere" (Norris 2002) "it could be...