SEPTA’s TrailPass

2 Oct

SEPTA’s weekly pass features 2 colorful, vivid burgers as the background.  While I understand McDonald’s commercialism as the reasoning, I think a HUGE advantage of public transit is burning calories as you  go from trains, subways, buses and walking to your destinations. 

Eating meat has a bigger impact on the environment than a (mostly) veggie diet, not to mention McDonald’s isn’t CLOSE to a wise protein choice. If you’ve ever seen Morgan Spurlock’s Supersize Me, you’ll discover how bad fast food is for you.

What do you think? Should SEPTA display pics of Big  Macs on their weekly passes?

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