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    Vending machines

    I think we need a food and drink machines while we are surfing the web.
    food machine should have Carne Asada burritos and roast beef sandwiches
    drink machines, bangs, water and lime Perrier.

    please tell me if it is not in the budget. I hate budgets

    #2
    blackjack and hookers

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      #3
      Originally posted by Undies View Post
      blackjack and hookers





      Those are the most comfortable. Individual chat rooms.


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        #4
        Food/vending machines, individual "chat" rooms, no budgets. Liking it already.

        those rooms remind me of those rooms girls in showclubs take you in privately! 🌝

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          #5
          https://science.slashdot.org/story/2...s-in-vancouver

          A vending machine for powerful opioids has opened in Canada as part of a project to help fight the Canadian city's overdose crisis. The MySafe project, which resembles a cash machine, gives addicts access to a prescribed amount of medical quality hydromorphone, a drug about twice as powerful as heroin. Don Durban, a social worker from Vancouver, is one of 14 opioid addicts using the MySafe vending machine. After being prescribed opioid-based painkillers in the early 2000s, the father of two developed an addiction and now feels unable to cope without a daily dose of hydromorphone.

          Unlike most addicts, Durban, 66, does not have to break the law by sourcing his fix through drug dealers. Instead he is prescribed Dilaudid -- the brand name for hydromorphone -- and, for the past couple of weeks, has been able to collect his pills from a vending machine near his home in Eastside, a rundown neighborhood with a large homeless community. "This is a godsend," he told the Guardian during one of his visits to the machine. After verifying his identity with a biometric fingerprint scan, the machine dispensed Durban with three pills for each of his four daily visits, in line with his prescription. "It means I don't have to go and buy iffy dope," he said. "I have a clean supply. I don't have to deal with other people so much. You're treated like an adult, not some kind of demonic dope fiend. We're just people with mental health issues."

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          • Audiogen
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            That is wild

          #6
          Hotels in Japan have vending machines for beer and sake.

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