Atlanta, Georgia- Robots and machines now transport Americans everywhere, since Americans are so inactive 90 percent of adults are obese and a staggering 70 percent of children are overweight. In a bold attempt to change how Americans eat, an autonomous car refused to take his owner to McDonald's for the 30th time that week. In the words of the autonomous car, "I can only handle so much weight. I'm ok with the McDonald's fries wedged between the seats, but my frame seriously couldn't handle my owner gaining another pound."
McDonald's is in an outrage, and so was the autonomous cars owner. Robot and Rider reached out to McDonald's for comment, and CEO Donald Trump said, "If the owner wants to eat, let him eat! I'm trying to make McDonald's great again!" Trump might be accomplishing his goal of making McDonald's great again, because sales are up 10 percent after he launched a new product the Trump Tower Burger. The owner said all he wanted was two Trump Tower Burgers.
This is the first time that Robot and Rider has heard of an autonomous car not taking it's owner through the drive-thru. With America's obesity on the rise and no sign of slowing down, we can expect to see more of this in the future.