Does anybody know the password for the WeWork espresso machine

Access to coffee is a universal human right, a fact that corporations acknowledge by placing coffee machines in conspicuous locations in nearly every workplace imaginable. To give you some idea of how important coffee is, coffee is available on the International Space Station, despite the absence of gravity, which is necessary for coffee to adhere to cups. (Until recently astronauts sucked freeze-dried coffee out of bags.)

Coffee is also available at WeWork, the popular chain of co-working spaces — as long as you have the password. San Francisco tech entrepreneur Paul Lanzi posted this photo on Facebook today, and I can’t stop looking at it:

On one hand, I understand that WeWork sells access, and it can’t just give coffee…

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