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California About to DESTROY its Fast Food Businesses!

Raging Golden Eagle
Raging Golden Eagle
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Published on 21 Sep 2022 / In Film & Animation

Who's going to pay for that UBI when nobody can work anymore? Guess Commiefornia will help us hash this one out!

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sauger1001 2 months ago

Perhaps "In-N-Out" Burgers can open a store further east, like the Mississippi or Ohio River Valley areas. Always ate at one when passing through Commiefornia.

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WMHarrison94 2 months ago

Well said RGE. Keep Commiefornians in Commiefornia. You voted for that shit!

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Hmm a fast track into burger flipping machines.

When you think about it - a production line without people, is easy to make.

Once the sums are done of employing 20 people at $20 an hour + over heads minus the affordability of the food prices, Vs. the cost of tooling up for assorted machines and installing them..... If you can then cut your staff to 5, and sack 15 other staff, that is $350 per hour alone saved in wages, and ALL the other over heads (insurance / health care / etc., etc., etc.)

Multiply that by the hours per week - from say 7am to 10pm - say 15 hours a day, 7 days a week, by 56 weeks a year....

Equals $1,911,000 saved per year - not including ALL the other over heads....

I'd guess that the overheads might be at least that amount again....

So you could ball park it at saving ~$4,000,000 a year, that your can invest in burger cooking machines.

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WMHarrison94 2 months ago

What bro? You want walking Ninja Airfyers to bring you your plate of fresh of the grill hamburgers and fries? Hmm, not a bad idea....

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@WMHarrison94: Naaaa just saying - If two big burger joints, A and B run identical operations, serving the same amount of customers etc., if A keeps doing it the way they have always done it - with LOTS of $$$$ staff, and B upgrades to a mostly mechanised kitchen, and they can either make an extra $4,000,000 in profit, OR they can substantially lower their prices compared to A, and still make the same amount of profit or a bit of both, then why not. AND if Burger Place A wants to stay in business, then they will have to automate much of their kitchens too, and sack most of their staff as well - or they go broke. Assuming that the hamburgers are more or less identical A's hamburgers with the lot $12. B's hamburgers with the lot $8 - well if they are both equal, then why pay $12 when you can pay $8.... A upgrades or goes out of business.

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