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The reasons include confusion about how the complex program works, IRS missteps, technical snafus and Treasury Department policy decisions that cut out large groups of people altogether.
Zuckerberg went AWOL from the opening statements because of a technical snafu that ended up delaying the hearing for a few minutes while the CEO tried to fix the problem.
It’s unclear, though, what caused the Apple live-stream snafu and whether or not it was deliberate.
In summary, it seems like states are getting better at avoiding election snafus — and hopefully this means they will be minimal in November.
That means extra work for Stadia developers who have to port their existing games to Stadia's environment, which can sometimes lead to apparent graphical snafus.
Today, though, an apparent temporary snafu is showing just how simple such a free upgrade could be for many Control players on current-generation systems, at least.
Everything was in apple-pie order, except for the snafu in Arzachel, Crag thought bitterly.
"We're not giving her a chance to snafu the works," Gotch said grimly.

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