Friday, December 28, 2012

Foreign Friday - Guest Post

Vending Machine
April 2012
Today, Sheila shares some vending machine photos.
Vending machine outside a plumbing shop
April 2012
In the late 70s vending machines (seen in this previous post) were commonly seen on the side of the road. The machines sold cigarettes, beer, soft drinks, snacks, nectars, and magazines. Note: the magazines were the "adult" variety.

More on Japanese vending machines on this post by Michael Weening.

6 comments:

  1. Magazines???? That's what I need in MY neighborhood. My name is Dee and I'm a magazine-aholic!

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  2. Neat! I don't know that I've ever seen a magazine vending machine...

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  3. That's interesting! What a selection!

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  4. I love your foreign Friday photos; they either show something I've never seen before, or bring back memories of things I've seen on travels. Either way, they are interesting.

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  5. FUn images today.

    There was always a BAIT vending machine in Northern Wisconisin that struck me as PERFECT for the area

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  6. Oh look at the array of choices in those machines, I'll bet I haven't had anything like them before (well other than Korean milk soda)

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