Monday, August 10, 2009


I’m not sure when inventor Richard Carlisle introduced the vending machine in 1888, he had this in mind. Though eggs were more popular than ipods back then, so you never know. Well either way, the wait is over. Japanese techno-wizards have perfected the egg vending machine. Each morning the machines are filled with fresh eggs from nearby farms. One bag of eggs cost 300 yen, or about 3 bucks. Price tends to vary based on chicken feed prices.

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