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when i first started using the site i didn't know what the buttons were for, and after a week or so i looked into it. it took me a few minutes to figure out WHY to punch it, and about 3 seconds to figure out WHERE to punch it. but people are different and eyes are different, and maybe some people have trouble focusing on it the way it is now.

this is not a commentary on florida, btw.

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in thread Is There A Palm Beach Butterfly Ballot Problem at Perlmonks? by sierrathedog04

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