If you can't beat 'em, bot 'em...



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Oh my. Folks, remember, if you're planning on voting in a non-scientific internet poll that has no meaning in the debate, then by all means, clean your cookies first, so that you can vote multiple times. In most societies, that's known as cheating.






Restoring the honor!






Comments

  1. Typical...they need a patch or a flag. It's all they can do!

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    1. I'm not sure why they don't just get their hacker to hack the vote like they did my email account.

      http://restoringthehonor.blogspot.com/2017/03/id-been-hacked.html?m=1

      LOL!!! I wish the Flaggers were a bad parody, but they aren't. They're straight up serious, and that's what's so hilarious about it.

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  2. Tripp is likely on the prowl for a new wife...

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    1. They obsess over these non-scientific polls as if they are in some way binding, or something.

      Is Trippy having marital pwobwems?

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  3. The Richmond Times-Dispatch has noted the dishonesty:

    http://www.richmond.com/news/local/city-of-richmond/rtd-poll-on-monuments-draws-interest-well-beyond-richmond/article_43d52b39-b8fb-5ae5-9ee8-ab633f58a2db.html

    "A few notes: Ours was not a scientific poll. People clever enough to clear the cookies on their browser can vote multiple times. But it did show the intense interest in the topic."


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