liquor vending machine germany 1931Likör – Tankstelle literally means liqueur station.

I must admit that in the modern world there are tons of jobs that I look at and think to myself, one day a machine will be doing that, but never have I thought bartenders should be concerned.  I mean, isn’t interacting with the bartender half the fun of going out for a drink?  At the very least talking to your friends about how cute/angry/insulting/generous the bartender is being ranks as a staple of the going out experience.

Yet, now that I know people have been trying to create these machines since at least 1931, I know that someone out there wants it to exist, so now I need to imagine a world where they do.

So far, I’m scared.

 

photographer unknown, liquor vending machine germany 1931

 

 

J.L. Munn
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Writer/Écrivaine, reader/lecteur, human/être-humain, work in progress/oeuvre inachevé

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