FEMA for kids

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Check this out: http://www.fema.gov/kids/y2kaff.htm

Fema for kids


-- Bobbi (bobbia@slic.com), January 10, 1999


Hi Bobbi! Priceless. The ultimate happy-face Y2K web page. Somebody eMail this to Paul Milne heeheehee.

Well, they're trying to calm the kids and use them to prod mom & pop and principal Henry at school ...

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-- Leska (allaha@earthlink.net), January 10, 1999.

Why doesn't fema buy some t.v. commercial aire time? What are they waiting for? Is the government going to show any leadership in this problem? Im sick, I have to GTU now.

-- lulu (lulu010101@aol.com), January 10, 1999.

That's got to be the sickest attempt I've read to manipulate children. Whoever thought this up at FEMA doesn't have a brain. How many kids visit the FEMA sight anyway, and what age group was that directed at, 7 to 10 yr olds?

Is this the scenario the author of this web page invisioned: "Gee, I'm worried, my friends parents are storing food for Y2k, and I can't get anyone at home to talk to me about it. I know! I'll go to the FEMA web page and see what they advise kids my age to do."

Geesh! I knew we were in trouble, I just had no idea that there were that big of nimkimpoops at FEMA.

-- Cary Mc from Tx (Caretha@compuserve.com), January 10, 1999.

That is pretty sick. Is there a FEMA link to the excutive order giving it control in a "National Emergency" or pictures of it's new SWAT teams and where they are located? Maybe a profile of the director and his ties to Slick Willie?

-- Bill (bill@microsoft.com), January 10, 1999.

hey.. are you sure this site wasn't intended for the DGI grownups???

-- rooster (logcabin@erinet.com), January 10, 1999.

lulu: TV commercials = bank runs

-- a (a@a.a), January 10, 1999.

a, you are too much. LOL!!!!

-- Jack (jsprat@eld.net), January 10, 1999.

Good one a!!!

Now, how does one reset the HTML indentation tag again?


-- Diane J. Squire (sacredspaces@yahoo.com), January 10, 1999.

-- No Spam Please (anon@ymous.com), January 10, 1999.

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