Turks are already here by the millions. You can usually tell when they own a convenience store. The soda machines is geared toward colored seltzer water. There's a screw for syrup, and one for co2 water. To calibrate it, there's a graduated double beaker you use to make sure the mix is proper. Turks don't use these devices and gear the syrup down to a trickle. We had a Turk owned convenience store that our state health department just had to shut down. I stopped there after the end of a long trip from Chicago. I had to go bad. I went in and there was feces all over the toilet and floor and walls of the stall. I drove down the highway to a tree grove and went there. The store never reopened due to not being able to afford making all of the fixes that DoH required. I attended the liquidation auction and the auctioneer warned that all of the candy and grocery goods were seriously out of date. I wound up buying a case of the 2x1.00 candy just for fun. The dry candy was ok but the things like caramels, chocolates, and gummies were rock solid. But I bought like a box of 300 items for $5 so it wasn't too bad. A friend bought the soda machines. He took them to a new store he was opening up in the next city. Pepsi and coke's technicians said that they had been dialed down so much, they can't even understand how people thought they were getting those products. Thus the way it is with a Turk convenience store owner.