I feel like I'm a laboratory lawyer being subjected to mind games.greenspun.com : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread
I checked the status of public Y2K info at the magazine counter.
There were cover stories about three men saving the world from economic collapse. I am very grateful this.
"Sex objects" galore on hot rod magazines and everywhere else. Very distracting when I'm trying to think.
Blond baboon giving birth to 90 lb humanoid baby speaking 14 languages.
Loudspeaker spouting "music" so I can't think and just load up our shopping cart.
Not one visible story about Y2K!
Silence from the prez., the guv., da mayor, ze sheppard of souls. Nothing from anybody in leadership positions. They could at least make public statements: Yes, bad. No, nothing. Maybe, but don't know. But just in case ...
Then I check here and so many intelligent brains think, know, that it might be TEOTWAWKI.
I think I'll run for 2 or 3 miles, pump iron, to pump some endorphins. Bulge my muscles to shrink my brain. I used to shrink muscles to bulge my brain. But that didn't help me understand the evermore weirdening activities of man.
What about you?
-- fly .:. (.@...), February 20, 1999
I've felt like we (Americans) have been subjected to mind games for a long time now. Too much of what I hear contradicts too much of what I see which contradicts too much of what makes sense to me.
-- Greybear, who most would say *could not* be subjected to mind games since that presupposes theres a mind on which to play the games.
- Got Books?
-- Greybear (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 20, 1999.
About those three men that saved the world... Is this the one from TIME Magazine? If it is heres a great rebuttle that I found on Kitco last week.
Its a must read on the topic.
-- flierdude (email@example.com), February 20, 1999.
No contact to http://www.kitcomm.com/comments...
-- fly .:. (.@...), February 20, 1999.