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Don't know why I never bought my own bags for the longest time. They are big, and you just throw it over your shoulder instead of carrying 12 bags with a couple fingers
Carl's Jr. has had a system for years that runs burgers through it's charbroiler and when they come out on the other side they are perfect.
Someone loads 25 at a time into the broiler and not even a minute later they come out the other side.
People think of robots the way they think of the internet.
They believe that if they just get a website, things will just sell themselves and they can kick back and collect money.
Well, only if you do what businesses have been doing for ages: advertise to get your website in front of people.
And, people seem to believe that all you do is buy a robot, tell it what you want it to do, and whamo, you can go off to Tahiti and come back to a pile of money the robot made for you...
Setting up one robot in one burger joint is one thing, putting 100 of them in 100 stores and having them all work smoothly is quite another thing.
I like robots, but they can be a real pain in the ass, and replacing people is not as easy as some might imagine.