Endexx Corp.’s Todd Davis wants to make it really easy for you to buy weed. He’s imagining a pot vending machine, where all you’ll have to do is push a few buttons and a can of marijuana will come tumbling down.

Pot vending machines already exist at medical marijuana dispensaries, HuffPo reports:

Davis’s company recently bought two smaller firms that provide vending machines to medical marijuana outlets. One, Dispense Labs, produces a card-reading gadget used by the staff at pot clubs to dole out measured portions of cannabis, streamlining the buying process. (The machine is pictured below.) The other acquisition, CannCan, engineered a modified soda machine that dispenses plastic cans full of marijuana.

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But Davis wants to install these things in states where recreational pot could be legalized. It’s not a totally crazy idea: Beer vending machines exist, for instance (in Japan). And there used to be cigarette vending machines all over the place. Oh, and you can get high-fructose corn syrup from a vending machine in every school, office, hotel, and rest stop, and that’s arguably just as bad for you.