The latest edition of the Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary has a new entry that has Ronald McDonald upset. The dictionary defines the term McJob as "low-paying and dead-end work". Evidently Ronald was too distraught to face the press so he sent the CEO who calls the term "a slap in the face" to the 12 million people working at their restaurants. The boss went on to say that more than 1000 people who started behind the counter now operate their own McDonalds. Do a little math and you’ll find that’s about .0083% of the 12 million. Feel free to draw your own conclusions.