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Neatorama reader Sarah Lustberg spotted this brilliant idea on her way to work in East Village, New York City: a gumball machine selling "ideas" for 50¢ each! Too bad she didn’t buy one … Thanks Sarah! Bestsellers from the NeatoShop : bean Jul 10th, 2008 at 3:18 pm Half a dollar for a fortune cookie without the cookie? What a ripoff. Jake D. Jul 10th, 2008 at 3:25 pm I know a few characters in the East village who would rather have the 50 cents. But still I'm curious to see what it is. Does Sarah know where this is located exactly? matt Jul 10th, 2008 at 4:01 pm Idea #1: Covert gumball ...
on the side of the machine (the one arm) instead of a button on the front panel, and because of their ability to leave the gamer penniless. Many modern machines still have a legacy lever in addition to the button. Slot machines include a currency detector that validates the coin or money inserted to play. The machine pays off based on patterns of symbols visible on the front of the machine when it stops. Modern computer technology has resulted in many variations on the slot machine concept. Slot machines are the most popular gambling method in casinos and constitute about 70 percent of the average casino's income. It is ...
Why Japan?
Diana asked me on facebook the other day what is so great about Japan. She said that she had never had any desire to go there, and requested that I “do tell” what its attractions are for me. I didn’t respond, in part because I didn’t quite know where to begin. My response would not have happily fit into a comment stream, I think; my responses to Japan are so complexly layered, like so much filo, with emotional, sensory, intellectual, and linguistic memories and impressions in between the fine sheets… that any glib or simple explanation would not even begin to do justice to them. I certainly ... market research, surveys and trends
Stop-Motion Animation, or What The Hell Was I Watching As A Kid ...
A few months back, I heard about a really bizarre movie coming out involving toys, stop-motion animation, and subtitles. It was called A Town Called Panic (2009), and once I saw the preview, I nearly lost my shit; if I didn’t go see that movie, I didn’t know what was right in the world. However, seeing as it is foreign and strange, I knew that normal “mainstream” theaters (like the VRC Regal) would not shine the light of day on this strange creature. Fast-forward about three months to Patterson and 13 th , on a normal Thursday afternoon. The sun was shining outside, but I made the choice to leave the sunny lawn in front of the ... market research, surveys and trends


Big in Japan!
Japanese culture is one of the fastest moving, most mutable and just plain weirdest on the planet. Perhaps it has something to do with history. With some several thousand years of advanced society under its belt, Japan has a hell of a lot of art, literature, cuisine, religion and politics to draw upon. Maybe it's the population. With the world's 10 th largest citizenry, Japan currently boasts some 128 million people contributing to its culture on a daily basis. Of course, it could be related to the level of technology the country has achieved. Information flows through that society so fast now that trends are measured ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Rising Stars of Animation: The 2010 Edition | Animation Magazine
Picking a handful of rising stars in animation gets more difficult every year simply because there are so many more outstanding new shorts, TV series, web toons and movies coming our way. So please take this year�s selected profiles as our way of highlighting a few cool patterns in the exciting patchwork that makes up our animation world in 2010. Judging from what they�ve come up with so far, these talented people are going to keep on rocking our world for a long, long time. Noah Z. Jones, Creator/Co-Exec Producer, Fish Hooks [Disney Channel] Noah Z. Jones knew at a very young age that he loved drawing monsters and dinosaurs. He ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
EXCLUSIVE: Get The Scoop On The Alice + Olivia Summer Tour From Designer ...
who filled us in on what you can expect from the 70’s style airstream motor home that doubles as a party bus and pop-up shop. “Inside, it’s really fun and girly, we wanted to emulate the [alice + olivia] website and keep the cartoon-ish feel,” Stacey said. “There’s a popcorn machine, gumballs, stickers, and celebrities have been coming in and signing the walls.” The designer said the tour is visiting boutiques that have been selling alice + olivia for years, while also giving out makeovers. “It’s about getting an inside view of each city and spreading the alice + olivia ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


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Gumball Machine” bulletin board in the main hallway. Once a week our faculty ... the house, such as cartoons, kids‟ magazines and funny jokes. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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A gumball machine. The gumballs represent ...... Gonick L 1983a The Cartoon Guide to Computer Science (New. York: Barnes and Nobel) ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
The University of Maine - UMaine Today Magazine - Extra Curricular
One-eleventh of a gallon of gas. Fifteen minutes on a parking meter. And, if you’re lucky, a few extra pickle slices on a hamburger. Thanks to Matt LeClair, 25 cents — or 50 cents, in some cases — will also buy an original piece of art. But you won’t find the masterpieces hanging in a museum or perched on a pedestal at some hip, downtown gallery. LeClair sells the works in gumball machines. “I hate art galleries,” says LeClair, a University of Maine alumnus who teaches online UMaine courses in new media. “I love art, but going to a gallery is like eating bran. It’s good for you, and you think you’re supposed to enjoy it, but ...
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The Vendo 407 uses a switch located in the changer unit, behind the coin mechanism. The switch is usually red in color and the switches themselves are usually white. To turn the switches on or off use the end of a ballpoint pen. Up is on and down is off. The switches work as follows: 1= 5 cents; 2= 10 cents; 3= 20 cents; 4= 40 cents; 5= 80 cents 6 = 1.60; 7= 3.20 and 8 = 6.40. The switches must be added up to make the desired combination to set the price. For example, for $0.50, you would have switch 1 and 3 turned to "on" or in the up position. First answer by ID1222603899 . Last edit by ID1222603899 . ...