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Living and PCOS

Startingup early on PCOS related  problems of 2010 elections

Three hours into election 2010, problems aired over the airwaves consists of:

1. PCOS machine batteries running out only after 2 hours. Were we not assured that the batteries will last up to 16 hours? And were we not assured by Meralco that there will be no brown out today?

2. PCOS machine shutting down as in the case of Noynoy Aquino, Presidential candidate. As it was his turn to cast his vote, the PCOS  machine suddenly stops.. only when it came to his turn..

Let's see how these progresses. I am on my way to vote.

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