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Reply #22: The old-time reasoning was that the person doing the locking was the person inserting the lead. [View All]

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demodonkey Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Feb-23-09 07:17 PM
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22. The old-time reasoning was that the person doing the locking was the person inserting the lead.

So the same guy hacked 'em, locked 'em, and when they came back after the election, same guy unlocked 'em. Surprise, surprise..... no pencil leads (or toothpicks, which could also be used), no problems found.

"Nope Boss, nothing to see here, everything's FINE with these machines!"

All the above said, I agree that levers are MUCH harder to hack than what we have now. You are for sure preaching to the choir telling me that.... :hi:
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