It has been almost two weeks since our radio station lost its beloved vending machine. This is my desperate plea for help.

I am not one to complain be we really need this to be fixed. I don't want to sound like a complete diva but as radio hosts we work strange hours and once we are on the air we can't just get up and go to the convenient store whenever we please to go and grab snacks.

I wrote a heartfelt letter in hopes management would take our missing snack machine more serious.


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I hope management does not think this letter is too dramatic. I left it on the glass of the broken vending machine in our break room. Here is what the letter had if you cannot read the fancy font.


My Dearest Colleagues,


It is with a heavy heart and an emptier stomach that I pen this note. Our beloved vending machine, stalwart provider of midday sustenance has fallen to a dire fate—its mechanisms halted, its offerings unreachable.


It has left us stranded in an office wasteland devoid of snacks. The echoes of hunger now fill these halls.


With each passing hour my stomach waits empty and I fear that I may not be able to hold out much longer.


Yours with hunger,


Nick from the WRRV Morning Grind


I know it seems a little ridiculous but it has been over two weeks. Desperate times call for desperate measures.

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