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Technical issues mean 2010 US census may not count gay married couples

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  1. Brian Burton 8 Jul 2009, 5:46pm

    Now, are they playing silly-buggars or not? You can count, or you don’t count or you can count, so stop playing ‘chicken-pluckers’ and get on with it.

  2. Stuart Neyton 8 Jul 2009, 6:45pm

    “Currently, the software used automatically converts same-sex married couples to unmarried partners.”

    Whoever made it do that in the first place should be sacked. Why does it take so long to amend the software?

  3. What a BS answer. I could change the code so it would retain Gay marriages in 5 minutes and so can they.

  4. Landind a man on the Moon and returning him safely to Earth is easy, counting gay marriages …. oooooh! that’s difficult!!! software issues, you know…. very tricky!!!!
    Aye! Right!!
    What a crock of bullshit!!!!

  5. Perhaps GeekSquad can help with the technical software difficulties… just a possible suggestion

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