Big Vending Machine

It works a little bit different than normal machines.

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+22 1. Izverg commented 10 years ago

Oh dear! Its like a supermarket. Eventually they are going to replace us all with machines and the unemployment will go to 90 percent ?!
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+7 2. NathaneM commented 10 years ago

Wow, its the biggest i've ever seen. #1 yeah, that's the sad truth. :)
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+4 3. zerorain commented 10 years ago

in japan they have vending machine stores. they even have one that makes fresh coffee.

next thing u know its going to give out vegetables.
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+2 4. Mogli commented 10 years ago

i've seen one of those in france, at the gas station. people use it when the store close at night.
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+2 5. alexnader commented 10 years ago

#4 yer, there was one in the Gare de Lyon as well, but it broke within a short space of time and was never repaired, then was simply emptied out and left as an empty space ;(
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-1 6. modder8her commented 10 years ago

#1 - technology has been increasing rapidly in the last 100 years - so has the population; with your logic, technology increases result in lost jobs, when in truth, the opposite is true. In the short term, you are right - a simple case is ATMs replacing bank tellers. When technology increases, economies are "more productive", thus increasing GDP. Increased GDP usually leads to decreased unemployment rates.
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+1 7. slep commented 10 years ago

How is that different from other vending machines?? Cause it's big?
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+3 8. Chrisofskjern commented 10 years ago

#7 - Cause it has a bigger selections of items to purchase. With its own storage depot it has robotic arms to pick the selected items from a wide range of both ordinary groceries to snacks.... i guess
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-10 9. zimmmer commented 10 years ago

#7 its different because instead of the items being released by a rotating spring and then dropped a bucket comes and collects it and then brings it to an area where it is then received by the customer there in a normal sized version of it at my local swimming pool and when i first used it i was like :O that is friggin awesome but where the the thing comes out is this clear rotating cup with an opening and when the opening comes to the front it lights up and when that happen i was like mega :O that is super friggin awesome.
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+2 10. DarkiKun commented 10 years ago

nice, and the items seem to be handled a bit better then in some others, like dropping a coke bottle? not the best idea is it? XD
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+4 11. nooitaf (admin) commented 10 years ago

unemployment? somebody must have build that thing + keeping it running. A lot of jobs are needed for the parts and development. dont think that this robot thingy will be running on it's own for years :(|)
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+2 12. ZaMpTi commented 10 years ago

that's how the MATRIX beginns
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+6 13. MiNo commented 10 years ago

first this, then in no time, they'll have vending machines that sell smaller vending machines
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+1 14. computeraddict commented 10 years ago

so... where are these things located... i can see real potential if you hit it hard enough >:) >:) >:)
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+1 15. slrasta commented 10 years ago

#14 Dont wonder if it goes "TILT" and starts hitting back. :P
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+2 16. Gias commented 10 years ago

This machine is not new.
I was in Lyon France 4 years ago, they have one there from the "casino" supermarket. But these guys saw it probably for the first time.
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+2 17. Sizzlik (admin) commented 10 years ago

'13 so made my day
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-1 18. coco123 commented 10 years ago

That HUGE!!
lol i would not understand how to use that at all!
thats just crazy!!! lol
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+1 19. pammify commented 10 years ago

vending machines of the future gov will run out of money for unemployment and there will be a lot more homeless people because of no work.they can hire monkeys for bananas.
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+1 20. jiankhan commented 10 years ago

What is crazy, in france and many other countries, that is totally classic, and over at least 6/7 years...

Really i don't understand you.
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+1 21. peterpan007 commented 10 years ago

smart idea, very inventive
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-1 22. beaverman commented 10 years ago

I got a snake, man!