Kevin J. Chase (thegreyeminence) wrote,
Kevin J. Chase

Voter 1 Ready! 1 Credits.

I don't trust electronic voting machines, and I never have. The brand we use here in New Jersey is made by Sequoia, who got up to all sorts of shenanigans before getting bought by Dominion in June.

If you were a security researcher who discovered numerous security holes in electronic voting machines, you might sound the alarm by demonstrating how someone could steal an election [two-part You Tube video; 17 minutes].

But using a voting machine to cast votes is the mark of a pedestrian mind. Who wouldn't think of that? A true genius would do something completely unexpected, like playing Pac-Man on a hijacked voting machine.

It's creative, it celebrates the 30th anniversary of the game (Oh God, I'm old!), and it might finally get someone's attention.

PS: Pac-Man was more complex than you ever thought. Just for starters, each of the four ghosts had a different AI. And all these years I thought it was just my imagination that Inky hated me.

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My guess is "Cruz El Roi". Blinky sees you wherever you are and will smite thee.