Is this the way we’ll be preventing kinds from buying alcohol in the future? The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board has recently introduced a pilot program that sees a rather large wine kiosk installed in grocery stores. With this in place, if you want to pick up a bottle for your special night, you’ll need to swipe your ID, blow into an alcohol sensor, and look into a surveillance camera. A state employee will then verify that the purchaser matches the photo ID and remotely approves of the sale. The process will apparently only take 20 seconds, and a “convenience fee” of $1 will be levied after the pilot phase. Does all this sound a little too creepy for you?