Enjoy Your "Communist Burger" [Pics]

Submitted by: lalapancakes 8 months ago Funny
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This is what happens when you have a boner to persecute. “Town Hall,” the Heritage Foundation’s conservative rag whole existence is to be on a war path against the socio-economics of any country considering the dreaded and vile socialism. How the publication’s editors actually thought socialism could even result in a $170 hamburger is baffling… sounds more like an act of speculative capitalism if you ask me.

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Male 37,007
They are having food riots there because people are actually starving, they are past 'desperate' ok? That's what real poverty looks like: not having food. I seriously doubt McDonalds are even still open except where protected by armed police or soldiers. >>> I thought a Communist Hamburger was: Two thick slices of bread (the loaf cost your $0.15 but you had to wait in line 2 hours to get it) a voucher for free meat, a voucher for free cheese and ketchup (if you still have any). Yum!
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Male 14,778
It's time to visit Venezuela and partake in all the locals have to offer (young women and cheeseburgers)
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Male 1,131
the present exchange rate of a Bolivar is .10 right now that's down from about .25 in 2012, so that makes a big mac about 6.60 Bolivars in Venezuela not that high compared to here. Not that I would get a big mac Burger king is so much better, except the fries.
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Male 892
According to The Economist Big Mac index, which is a way to see if a countries currency is under or over valued compared to the USD; a Bic Mac in Venezuela was $0.66 USD in January 2016. Making it the cheapest country to buy a Big Mac of the 48 countries listed. It also indicates that the Bolivar is undervalued by 86.5%.
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Male 892
http://www.economist.com/content/big-mac-index
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Male 38,019
@ 9.95 bolivar to the dollar that makes a burger $17.00 ..... still pretty pricey
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Male 1,255
In a thread about the flub it's been noted that the burger is more along the lines of $6.00.
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