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Watch This Woman Deliver an Impassioned Speech on Behalf of the McRib

It was time for the City Council of Santa Clarita, California to open the floor to public comments. No one expected anything of note to be said. Then this young Demosthenes stepped up and called for the restoration of civilization. Specifically, she wants the 10 McDonald's restaurants in Santa Clarita to bring back their famous McRib sandwich.


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The mysterious hero, who begins speaking at the 1:01 mark in the video, described the history of the McRib, provided statistics on its distribution, and explained why the McRib is central to having a meaningful life:

To be honest, the removal of the McRib from the menu has affected my family because every Thanksgiving my family would order a 50 piece chicken nugget meal and 10 McRibs, and now my family’s holiday spirits are messed up and broken. I come to you in this matter. I tried calling the hotline and they don’t take me seriously.

I can't quite make out the audio when she introduces herself to the council members, but her first name sounds like "Zanthy." Zanthy speaks for us all.

-via First We Feast


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Slightly off-topic, but I'd like to share a wonderful description of the McRib that I read. A commenter on another site called them "The Brigadoon of Sandwiches"
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Never had a McRib in my life. Don't trust any kind of meat byproduct that puts 'rib' in its name, yet doesn't contain a bone, as most ribs tend to. Especially if it comes from the same company whose milkshakes are required by law to be called 'shakes' because they contain no dairy.
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