The changeroom was somehow different than the last time I went into it.
note: change for changesake is vending machinations.
double note: change for the better sounds like an overtipping recipient.
triple note: I think personal change, for the better, is just losing crap you don’t really need and acquiring crap you do: like a piece of cheese being molded into something better … like penicillin.
quadruple note: I’ve been preoccupied following the Vancouver Canucks make it to the Stanley Cup Final: hopefully I’ll be busy until they win The Cup. This blog may suffer for a few more weeks.
(On Planetross there is only one cup … but there are a lot of bowls, plates, and silverware.)
Today was as easy as spelling “easy” “EZ“.
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The vending machine only took coins and I found the exact change in my pocket.
It was all very “coincidental”.
note: I think I have “coinci-dental insurance“: when I need something done to my teeth, it’s never covered. What a coincidence!
double note: Append Age, Stone Age, Bronze Age, Iron Age, Cott Age, Coin Age, Foli Age, Old Age, Dot Age, …
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Tagged an incident that coincides with another incident, coaccidentally, coincidence, coincident, coincidental, coincidentures, coincidentyne gum, coining phrases, coins, coinsinuating something: sounds like an intervention, free trademarks, humor, I'm into copylefting, I'm trademarking a bunch of words you use; you owe me money, phrasing coins, vending machines, what a coinkydink
Tommy Lee Jones is the poster boy for my favourite canned coffee in Japan.
You can buy hot coffee, tea, and corn soup from vending machines here. It’s very popular. In the winter a hot can of coffee makes a good pocket warmer as well.
I like Tommy Lee Jones as an actor. He’s usually in high quality movies and does a good job. I bet he cringes when he sees himself playing the bad guy in Steven Seagal‘s Under Siege. I cringe when I see that movie too, or any Steven Seagal movie.
The picture of Tommy Lee Jones plastered all over vending machines everywhere is horrible. To put it mildly, he looks like a “bag of shit“.
What message is the coffee company trying to relay to potential buyers?
“Drink our product and look like this”.
Maybe I should switch to a different drink.
I hear Mickey Rooney just got the Coca Cola contract!
note: the picture I have isn’t the really bad one. I drove all over town trying to find the worst picture, but they’ve changed the photos to Mickey Rooney.
Before drinking Coca Cola
After drinking Coca Cola
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Blogging is like having a vending machine that is passed by more often than not.
Maybe I’m not selling the right product.
Cola sells better, but I like Cranberry Juice!
Please buy my tasty Cranberry Juice, please.
You don’t know what your missing.
Maybe you will like it.
Free samples, free samples, free samples!