French baker Jean-Louis Hecht stands next to his baguette dispenser as he display a baguette in Paris, Monday, Aug. 8, 2011. The baker from northeast France has rolled out a 24 hour automated baguette dispenser, holding out the promise of warm, fresh bread available for hungry night owls, graveyard shift workers, and anyone else who forgot or didn't have time to pick one up during the corner bakery's opening hours'. Digital inscription reads: "Fresh baguettes, 24 hours." (AP Photo/Michel Euler)

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French baker Jean-Louis Hecht stands next to his baguette dispenser as he display a baguette in Paris, Monday, Aug. 8, 2011. The baker from northeast France has rolled out a 24 hour automated baguette dispenser, holding out the promise of warm, fresh bread available for hungry night owls, graveyard shift workers, and anyone else who forgot or didn't have time to pick one up during the corner bakery's opening hours'. Digital inscription reads: "Fresh baguettes, 24 hours." (AP Photo/Michel Euler)
French baker Jean-Louis Hecht stands next to his baguette dispenser as he display a baguette in Paris, Monday, Aug. 8, 2011. The baker from northeast France has rolled out a 24 hour automated baguette dispenser, holding out the promise of warm, fresh bread available for hungry night owls, graveyard shift workers, and anyone else who forgot or didn't have time to pick one up during the corner bakery's opening hours'. Digital inscription reads: "Fresh baguettes, 24 hours." (AP Photo/Michel Euler)
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