Best case scenario 11-19-98 post by Stefan Stackhouse is a good summary of events around 1-1-2000.greenspun.com : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread
It is very realistic. He may be overly optomistic that the banks will function until 12-26-99 due to panics before then. He also does not discuss martial law, National Guard activitation recently discussed here, and fuel shortages, railroad computer problems etc. which may be why he considered this to be a best case scenario. The Y2k glitches which will cause severe shortages of coal for power plants and the resulting electricity shortages shortly after 1-1-2000. His excellent analysis is posted at http://18.104.22.168/wwwboard13/messages/224
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Add to this: the depression wasn't that bad - except for the poverty. or: WWII would have been great - except for all the killing involved.
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"But apart from that, how did you like the play, Mrs. Lincoln ?"
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How about you idiots kill yourselves now and avoid the holiday rush?
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Got URL not found. Can I get a link
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