Am I the only one who thinks that Norm is Paul Milne? (NT) : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread

This definitely goes in the "don't know" FAQ archive category!

-- Puddintame (, April 13, 1999


I knew that the "Dr. Y2K Pro / Mr. Norm" character was schizophrenic - now you're saying he is triphenic? The truth is stranger than fiction.

-- @ (@@@.@), April 13, 1999.

uh, Puddin, did you spend all weekend watching twilight zone re-runs, or is there something else that would seem to support your hypothesis...


-- Arlin H. Adams (, April 13, 1999.

No hard evidence.

1. Milne and Norm have never been seen together.

2. Norm's selection of news articles are uniformly so inane that the act of posting them is itself sarcasm without further comment.

-- Puddintame (, April 13, 1999.

well, okay, but the question is: are Norm's choices intentional sarcasm, or merely due to ignorance...personally I tend to think it's the latter, but I certainly could be wrong.

-- Arlin H. Adams (, April 13, 1999.


I've been there. Too many variables:

Norm - works for FDIC, notice the number of good-news bank stories he has posted recently.

Paul - too tech, also speaks his mind, unlike Norm.

Y2K Pro - a fraud, or as Arlin has been into, a 16 year-old with Web-TV.


PS - Where's Vinnie?

-- Sysman (, April 13, 1999.

It's 1912, in Vienna. Two frock-coated psychiatrists pass on the sidewalk. One says, "Guten Tag, Herr Doktor." The other replies "Es geht mir schon, Herr Doktor." Both walk on, each wondering, "What did he mean by that?"

-- Tom Carey (, April 14, 1999.

Norm could be De Jager?

-- BigDog (, April 14, 1999.

Norm COULD be Sysman! Have you seen the two together? Sysman is always baiting Norm, could be a multiple personality problem.

-- Helen Wheels (helen@wheel.s), April 14, 1999.

I heard Norm is really Chelsa Clinton.

-- Monica (Hillary@nosex.4me), April 14, 1999.

Cut me a break Helen. My baiting days are over. Now, I just try to find the other side of the coin, and post it in Norm's thread. My view of this problem has been consistant, and will continue to be until this entire forum turns into Norm-like posts, or 2000-01-02 gets here, which has a much better chance of happening. <:)=

-- Sysman (, April 14, 1999.

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