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Wilms Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Apr-08-09 10:30 AM
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45. Obviously there's no perfect system.
When has that kept you from pondering how many activist can dance on a dislodged chad?

If you were fair, your musings about hypothetical failure modes for levers would be accompanied by examples of actual failures of optical scan.

What made you think I refer to Pfaffenberger's unpublished work? I'm talking about what he has published. Sorry I didn't make that clear. :eyes:

Meanwhile your distaste for and obsession with Novick is noted. Can we move on now?

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