Thursday, July 29, 2004

mcdonald lasts well


Last week I blogged about teaching a class on Gospel in a postchristian society and using McDonalds as a way to read our culture. Today in class we used McDonalds to read the church, Alpha and the labyrinth; is the church driven by the same processes of efficiency, control, predictablity and calculability?

I can report that the burger I used as a class exhibit last week is still in fine form, as durable as the moment it was birthed, not a sign of deterioration.

Posted by steve at 05:10 PM


  1. Mmmm

    I remember that one we bought at the Bombay Hills on the way to Tauranga that also lasted without deterioration for a scary amount of time.

    Remember the song… is it Randy Stonehill??… from an eternity ago
    They won’t need to embalm me
    When my life is through
    There’s so many preservatives in what I eat
    The jobs been done
    (through and through) – that rhymes, no idea if it’s the line really.


    PS Shall go cook something healthily unpreserved for dinner

    Comment by lynne — July 29, 2004 @ 5:25 pm

  2. That last sentace of your post is just downright scary – I’m really thankful I’m a vegetarian and don’t eat that stuff! 🙂

    Comment by Michelle — July 30, 2004 @ 10:18 pm

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