Just a few hours when the election started, there has been a lot of PCOS Machine problems that have been reported through Social Media portals and news. I can’t help but doubt if the upcoming results of the elections are legitimate.
Aside from that, the COMELEC website has been down today and if I’m not mistaken since last night. I was not able to use the precint finders of GMA site, Halalan and COMELEC apps due to their server being down. 🙁 I have to be honest, I won’t be able to exercise my right to vote. Why? I know it will take me forever to vote, the actual voting process may be fast but the lines are not, add the fact that it’s raining here in Mandaluyong. Some precints only have one PCOS machine, and some are not even functioning very well. I can’t risk being late to work. If voting is like this, then I am sure I will be late for work. I don’t even know my precint and I just found out last night that my name is on the list of voters the fact I didn’t register for the elections, only for SK though, which was several years ago.
Here are some tweets I got just a few minutes ago:
— MHELAAAA ★☆ (@acasamonte) May 13, 2013
Faulty PCOS machines in Felix Memorial National High School, Cainta causing trouble to Cluster 163 0510A to C and 0518A to B. @bayanmo
— Justin Tobias (@jhaztobias) May 13, 2013
— Jovan Cerda (@jovancerda) May 13, 2013
“@ryantanganco: Actual voting is fast and efficient. Ang matagal talaga ang pila.” True! But more PCOS machines would make the line moving.
— Clariz Tanganco (@ClarTanganco) May 13, 2013
— Thea Alberto (@TheaAlberto) May 13, 2013
— Rappler (@rapplerdotcom) May 13, 2013
ANC Halalan co-anchors David & Lexi. Complaints: malfunctioning PCOS machines instagram.com/p/ZPLNm_FqQV/
— Karen Davila (@Karen_DaviLa) May 13, 2013
Here are some jokes from our netizens to at least make you feel a bit better after all this bad news we’ve been getting:
Haha! “@superstarmarian: Braking News: Balota ni Nancy Binay, di agad tinanggap ng PCOS…Nancy, Tumangging makipag debate sa PCOS machine!”
— Frances Canto (@yaneepanini) May 13, 2013
#votewisely//Ganto source code ng mga palpak na PCOS machine: If vote == “candidateName”Accept_ballot();ElseReject_ballot();
— Mark (@rdb037) May 13, 2013
All we can do now is hope the truth will still prevail in this election!
You can try viewing this link for some of the latest updates: https://twitter.com/search?q=PCOS&src=tren
And oh before I forgot, one important reminder from @YouthPinoy:
Reminder for totally cool and awesome, young voters:- do not shade too heavily, it will cost the PCOS to reject… fb.me/1LImG0HUm
— YouthPinoy (@youthpinoy) May 13, 2013