WDC WRP 110 IS UP!!!!!!

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WDC WRP #110 is up!! Check it out!!

(Wonder how he's gonna restrict the Members Only button to us members??)


-- Chuck, night driver (rienzoo@en.com), February 10, 1999



Cory Hamasaki Current WDC WRP

-- Chuck, night driver (rienzoo@en.com), February 10, 1999.

Isn't that our Andy who got star billing?

-- Old Git (anon@spamproblems.com), February 10, 1999.

I've tried to resist, but I cannot.

As to one of his possible future contests.....

What do you call it when (xxxx) (a famous person) discovers y2k?

How about:

What do you call it when Bill Clinton discovers y2k?

ANSWER: Come and get it!

-- sww (alone@last.com), February 10, 1999.

He asks about Y2K names for a dog. I've already named my new kitten "Millie" for the millennium. (She's insane, by the way, which seems appropriate.)

-- not (a@dog.person), February 10, 1999.

You know you're in Y2K trouble when...the local police bang on your door to serve you a warrant for hoarding.

-- dinosaur (dinosaur@williams-net.com), February 10, 1999.

you know you're really in trouble when you realize the gang warfare occurring out front is due to two raiding parties arriving at your location simultaneously...

-- Arlin H. Adams (ahadams@ix.netcom.com), February 11, 1999.

Yes Old Git - my 0.15 minutes of fame :)

-- Andy (2000EOD@prodigy.net), February 11, 1999.

Andy, dang, now you've gone and given all the denialists cause to ignore your entire posting. It's either 15 minutes or 0.25 hours, but not 0.15 minutes. Now they can cling desperately to that error and question the accuracy of all your calcs! 8-}]

-- Mac (sneak@lurk.com), February 11, 1999.

Yep, I meant 15 seconds, .15 of a minute would be, uh, 9 seconds.

That will do nicely, the story of my life :)

-- Andy (2000EOD@prodigy.net), February 11, 1999.

Andy, it's the story of all geniuses...absent minded professors that they are ;-)

-- Chris (catsy@pond.com), February 12, 1999.

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