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The following is a snip from the latest DC Y2K Weather Report.
Cory Hamasaki's DC Y2K Weather Report V2, # 31 "July 30, 1998 - 529 days to go." WRP87
(c) 1997, 1998 Cory Hamasaki - I grant permission to distribute and reproduce this newsletter as long as this entire document is reproduced in its entirety. You may optionally quote an individual article but you should include this header down to the tearline. I do not grant permission to a commercial publisher to reprint this in print media.
As seen in USENET:comp.software.year-2000 http://www.elmbronze.demon.co.uk/year2000/ http://www.kiyoinc.com/HHResCo.html Don't forget, the Y2K chat-line: http://www.ntplx.net/~rgearity any evening, 8-10PM EST.
The SIA Street test was a failure: the news blackout is the first clue... the whispers from insiders in NY is the second,...check back through the old DC Y2K WRPs, the superprogrammer's grapevine hasn't missed yet. Read Dilbert, geek to geek, speak in the code of the geeks, what's really going on? The NYSE is about to take a hit in the machine check handler and HIR will be UNsuccessful. The message is, "HIR FAILED, SYSTEM ENTERING WAIT STATE."
cory hamasaki 519 days now...
-- Rocky Knolls (email@example.com), July 31, 1998
Everyone knows the Stock Market is artifically propped up and I do not believe there is anyway it is going survive at this level for long even without Y2K. I have no holding in the SE but if I did I'd be out! It's one of the worse problems though. '29 was nothing compared to a crash now. Look how many, many more people depend on the earnings from their investments! d
-- Dianne (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 01, 1998.
What the heck is this talking about? Someone please decode it.
-- Buddy Y. (email@example.com), August 03, 1998.
It means that the Wall Street tests (SIA)failed, as reported by inside programmers, word of mouth, rather than being the success the media noted.
-- john walton (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 04, 1998.
I never believed those tests went as well as reported. I heard several reports that there were "glitches." Read that whole page from Cory Hamasaki. It will scare the pants off you.
-- Dave (email@example.com), August 05, 1998.