"Larry Qualig" <lqualig@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> Diebold quietly repaired voting machines
>> ,----[ Quote ]
>> | The unpredictable freezes don't cause votes to be lost, officials
>> | said, but they confuse voters and election judges who sometimes
>> | wonder whether votes cast on a frozen machine will be counted.
>> | [...]
>> | Diebold Election Systems quietly replaced flawed components in
>> | several thousand Maryland voting machines in 2005 to fix a
>> | "screen-freeze" problem the company had discovered three years
>> | earlier, according to published reports Thursday.
>> Sounds like Windows' handling of motherboard interrupts.
> Sounds more like you don't have a clue what you're talking about.
> ---> Diebold Election Systems quietly replaced flawed components in...
> What part of "faulty hardware components" is too difficult to
>> Reminds me of that infamous Windows bug where ...
> Seems that everything in the world reminds you of some famous Windows
That reminds me that Roy is a loony who almost never tells the truth in
his daily spam.
"What you end up with, after running an operating system concept through
these many marketing coffee filters, is something not unlike plain hot
(By Matt Welsh)