OK - I am still feeling a bit - well let's face it - CRAPPY. All I do is cough. It sucks.
Here is my lame post for today.
Inspired by Segue's post "The Greatest Dayton Picture ever" (or what I like to call Indiana proof of hillbillies in KY), I thought I would show the greatest picture from Duncan, SC.
A year ago I spent 6 weeks in Duncan, South Carolina on business.
Each day on my way to work I passed this roadside phenomenon.
This is a photo of an ACTUAL roadside vending machine found in Duncan, South Carolina. I am not making this up. Hell who could?
It's a 24 hour milk vending machine.
$3.00 will buy you a gallon of Whole, 2% or skim milk. 24 hours a day - 7 days a week. No need to locate a 24 hour supermarket at 2am to get your milk.
Convienent - yes.
Fresh? Not so sure.
I passed this machine everyday for 6 weeks - at least 4 times a day. I never once saw anyone insert dairy products into the machine.
Why do you think that is? Well I would suspect the reason is: there were not one, not two, but three 24 hr supermarkets within a 10 mile radius of this machine.
Funny - this is a machine I would expect to find in rural Indiana or Iowa. But alas, it was found in a fairly populated area in South Carolina.
Do you have an odd photo to share? A local oddity? Find it - and share!