Fred Cisin wrote:
On Sun, 6 Jan 2008, madodel wrote:
I've been using OS/2 since version 1.3.
I'm fairly well acquainted with
its capabilities. Yes I can be wrong and maybe you saw what you think you
saw, but all you have is a story. Where is your proof other then that you
think you saw it was OS/2? I can't prove a negative, but you should be
able to prove that it did happen.
You're certainly welcome to doubt whether he was right, and/or think that
he was mistaken. But we rarely put up a "burden of proof".
but never at an OS/2 prompt. And as I also
posted, if the original ATM
code programmer had known what they were doing then the program itself
should have been set as the shell, so no command prompt should have ever
"IF . . . had known what they were doing"
I don't doubt that you could write some extraordinarily robust code.
But, do you assert that Diebold knows what they are doing?
I can only say that they should and they could, but from what I have read
on how insecure their voting machines are, I would say that now-a-days they
have no clue.
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