I was watching a film yesterday evening with my mum called "The Founder".
Based on a true story, it is about how the fast food chain 'McDonald's' fired up and became the poison hut it is today... Well, it didn't quite go that far but it did give you the idea.
It was a pretty good film too. Michael Keaton played some bloke who invested in the small time fast food drive-thru known as McDonald's. At that time, 50s or 60s, McD's only had one restaurant and it was the real deal.
Keaton got greedy and wanted more money, bought the owners of McD's out, opened up more restaurants and even changed the menus around and took away real, nourishing food and replaced with instant, synthetic crap.
Moral of the story is money and greed ruins everything, EVERY LITTLE THING.