Oh well.

And, as they say, this is why we can’t have nice things. I polled you, dear readers, to see how the unfolding election issues would change how you vote (if at all). I asked nicely for you to not vote more than once—so that, you know, I could write about how the election issues changed how you voted.

Still, some nincompoop seems to have confused clicking something with accomplishing something, and clicked on Ferreira 90 something times within the space of a few minutes. Way to go, dick. You ruined my story. Thanks.

Not to be outdone,  someone else clicked on Albanese 25 times in a row. Honestly, did you think I couldn’t tell? The chances of someone clicking for the Liberals 25 times consecutively are one in 33 million. Uh huh.

I’m constantly amazed that people don’t know how much computers know about you. Good sweet jesus, I can tell when you’re cheating. It’s easy. I could have prevented you, but then I would have had to track you, which I didn’t want to do.

Only Andrew Ffrench’s ballot box wasn’t stuffed, from which we can conclude that Conservatives are the most honest.

Or that nobody really cares about Andrew Ffrench.

Author: Adam Norman

I am raising my two children in Weston.

One thought on “Oh well.”

  1. OMG, as they say. Thanks for your work Adam, thinking of it, doing it, knowing how to do it, making the graphics and trying to give us information.
    It’s so much easier to spoil something — just look at all the advantages that Rob Ford destroyed, his own and the city’s.
    One swallow doesn’t make a spring, and 2 bullies don’t represent your real grateful readers.

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