Every once in a while a post comes across that reminds me of why I read Defective Yeti. Today's QuickChange is one of those.

That's why I think ATMs should have a QuickCash option. Here's how it would work. Two prosthetic hands would be attached to the top of the machine. If you want $5, you hit one and shout "Gimmie five!," while hitting both and shouting "Gimmie ten!" submits your request for ten dollars. Voice recognition software verifies your identity, and the money is dispensed immediately.
I think this idea could really catch on. And, if it's successful, the machines could be retrofit to dispense girlie magazines as well. "Gimmie some skin!"


That almost sounds like a Gallagher idea.

BTW, is it just me, or is Gallagher looking kind of old these days?

Posted by jzawodn at February 26, 2007 09:35 PM

Reader Comments
# Andy said:

Are you sure that is not David Crosby from Crosby Stills Nash and Young?

on February 26, 2007 11:04 PM
# jeremiah johnson said:

He looks old because he is old. Smashing watermelons with a giant wooden hammer'll do that to ya.

on February 27, 2007 07:10 AM
# Hooda_Thunkit said:

Skin magazines?

Then you'd be on every porn marketing list on the planet, as there must be some recognition process between you and the ATM and bankers have never been above profiting from any/all information they may possess on you.

As for Gallagher, never seen him without "the hat," so I probably wouldn't have recognized him, the old(er) fart.

on February 27, 2007 07:49 AM
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