I think all cars and TV sets should be made with coffee machines built right in.

Dallas, Texas
October 11, 2017 9:32am CST
It's no joke. People lose too much time when they have to get out of the car after driving in heavy traffic just to find a drive - by window of a Starbucks coffee house, and for people who are constantly watching TV daily drama, having to go get that cup from back in the kitchen from a fancy and expensive KEURIG machine, you might just as well invent a television or even a desktop computer with a built in coffee machine. I will look into the Google spy glass to see what I can find on this bizarre and uncanny car-coffee-tv-coffee-combo-concept ... No but there is a coffee machine wall and it looks as if above the coffee machine is a television set. Take a look and see for yourself from the link below: And in the comments section, you will see a link to the first car created with its own built-in coffee maker : The Fiat 500L
https://www.houzz.com/coffee-machine-wall
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@alberello75 (18696)
• Genova, Italy
11 Oct 17
I support your idea! I am a regular (perhaps exaggerated) coffee drinker. I don't use the waffle machine, it would be too expensive. But two Moka coffee pots per day, in the family, are consumed. Today, however, we find auto omniconforts. I do not see why, one of these, should not be coffee-machine!
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• Dallas, Texas
11 Oct 17
check this out:
Generally speaking, until we've had at least twice of the FDA's recommended daily allowance of caffeine, we aren't as observant as we need to be. For instance, when we wrote about the newly announced Fiat 500L, we were so distracted by its massive glass ro
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@alberello75 (18696)
• Genova, Italy
11 Oct 17
@lookatdesktop Good idea. Is there any intention to commercialize it? From what I understand, reading that article, it seems to be able to get that optional, paying €250 extra! At the price of course of the new FIAT500L!
@Scrapper88 (1332)
• United States
11 Oct 17
I am not sure how well this will work. I will just have to wait to see how this will turn out.
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• Dallas, Texas
11 Oct 17
You will love this
@BarBaraPrz (20793)
• St. Catharines, Ontario
11 Oct 17
That'd be ok for coffee drinkers, I guess, but what about us tea grannies? And why stop at coffee machines? Why not intravenous drip?
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• Dallas, Texas
11 Oct 17
That would be overkill, but here I have a link to that car with built in coffee maker:
Generally speaking, until we've had at least twice of the FDA's recommended daily allowance of caffeine, we aren't as observant as we need to be. For instance, when we wrote about the newly announced Fiat 500L, we were so distracted by its massive glass ro
@FourWalls (15290)
• United States
11 Oct 17
Starbucks will object. How are they gonna charge $8 for coffee now?
@hostessman (10002)
• Tucson, Arizona
11 Oct 17
i agree with you and i never thought about it until now,,,good idea