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Flying ATM Machine

ATM machine that flies around
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I envision ATM machines attached to small blimps, or with helicopter rotors, that fly around town, perhaps on pre-determined routes. Or perhaps by request.

I'm not sure what the point of this would be, but it makes a fun mental image.

DeathNinja, Aug 24 2003

ATM / Cash Machine Flyers http://www.halfbake..._20Machine_20Flyers
Seems like there is an echo in here [krelnik, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

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       Well, the M is silent.

I figured it would land before dispensing the cash, but maybe it could drop little cash bundles from a safe height.
DeathNinja, Aug 24 2003
  

       Gesundheit (in advance).
thumbwax, Aug 24 2003
  

       Be gone, before someone drops an ATM on you too. :)   

       I like the blimp idea best, it wouldn't be as loud. I do like the speed of a rotor ATM and it would save space. What we really need is a fast food flying ATM so we don't have to drive so far on our segways. +
sartep, Aug 25 2003
  

       [blissmiss] look out for the lesser-known nasty, rotten, skydiving thieves.
Worldgineer, Aug 25 2003
  

       Shirley these must be attached to hullaballoons.
swamilad, Aug 26 2003
  

       I much prefer the idea of a ninja teller service. You leave your ATM card on the kitchen table, and when you turn your back, ninjas leave cash and a receipt. You never see them, of course.
disbomber, Apr 06 2005
  


 

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