But it will be denied the opportunity to eat because I spend to much time in King County where two of the larger municipalities already demand that people with few or no job skills be given $15 and hour.
Activists and protesters seeking to pressure fast-food restaurants around the nation to give them $15 per hour minimum pay say they’ll do whatever it takes – including civil disobedience and occupying the facilities – to win their cause.
“I personally think we need to get more workers involved and shut these businesses down until they listen to us,” and maybe even occupy the restaurants, said Cherri Delisline, a 27-year-old single mother from Charleston, S.C., who has spent 10 years making $7.35 per hour at McDonald’s, The Associated Press reported.
If she has been employed at McDonalds for 10 years and is only making $0.10 above minimum wage, then she either needs to find a better place to work or do something to impress her boss. Personally, I’d do the former.
But back to my Jeep; so, if they “occupy the drive thru”, can I consider them obstacles and crawl them?