Here is a solution. Have a robot with really nice tits and/or a revealing crotchtorial bulge. A big ugly bulls-eye would be at the top. The eye contact hits that registered at the bull-eye would score service. The other "hits" might cause a jiggle or perhaps an escort service phone number (advertising revenue) on the display screen near where the belly button should be. To weed out the casual non-sexual on-lookers out there, perhaps the screen could flash a display which looks to be an error message with some FORTRAN code or something.
While I was aware of polychlorinated biphenyls, I'd never actually heard of them called "PCBs" before. To me, that acronym always means "Printed Circuit Board".
But, it does seem to just be my own ignorance. Wikipedia redirect "PCBs" to "Polychlorinated Biphenyl" and shows images of warning signs that also use that acronym. (note that "PCB" on Wikipedia however is a disambiguation page, with "Printed Circuit Board" as the top entry)
In the early 90s the term referring to a circuit board was changed to Printed Wire Assembly, or PWA, at least in some segments of the electronics industry I worked in.
I think the association with polychlorinated biphenyls was the reason, as the movement of production of these items offshore was in full swing and to a lesser extent manufacturers didn't want their customers opening up products and seeing they were full of parts labelled "PCB".
It seems the Intuit supplied
Silicon Beach started this whole wave way back in 1984 with some fun Mac products.
When I first started reading the headline to this I almost got a resurrected Silicone MacWoody!
Now back to my lawn...
I believe a significant number of incarcerated people are those who flunked drug tests while on probation or parole.
Don't be too surprised about German companies happy to milk the American public. Fresenius is all over here providing $3K a shot twice-a-week dialysis services using their own equipment and their own disposables. I imagine the company uses the salaries, rent and lawsuits as a direct write-off against US taxes while making mint selling themselves supplies.
I've seen commercials from litigious lawyer firms capitalizing on the mistakes made by this industry, but I doubt most of the patients/clients have much of a leg (actually, any legs at all) to stand up with in court as they all pretty much end up dead sooner or later.
It's said the only worse job for a nurse or technician is working in a child oncology ward.
You'll be forced to keep replacing your stuff every couple of years if it's HP.
Of course there's no reason for it, it's just our policy.