The argument over a wage hike for fast-food workers -- and whom it might hurt -- is bouncing around the Internet as restaurant employees stage protests Thursday.
"I'm trying to survive," one worker told the L.A. Times.
But critics of the proposed wage hike predict dire consequences. Machines, they say, will take over fast food-jobs.
" Machines, they say, will take over fast food-jobs."
I, for one, welcome our new fast food underlings.
A North Korean firing squad last week executed a former girlfriend of leader Kim Jong Un and 11 other entertainers for allegedly violating laws banning pornography, a South Korean newspaper reported Thursday.