Not exactly personal finance related, but I can't believe that the judge in NYC ruled that fast food restaurants don't have to let people know how many calories are in the food that they are eating. I mean, do they really think it will hurt their bottom line that much? I suspect that is why they fought against it so hardcore.
But I think for the most part that people that eat at fast food chains don't really care how many calories are in the food. It's junk and they love it. Seeing how many calories are in it is not going to change them. If it was that simple then Super Size Me would have put them all out of business.