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I am going to post this everyday. Even if you prepare for problems and they don't appear, as the storms in the mid U.S. indicate the folks across the road may have lost their home. Remember it isn't Y2K anything that will affect you..... it is life and nature that we must learn and understand. It has been my experiance that nature only demands one thing from you, respect. Once you have respect, the rest will come naturally
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-- Brian (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 06, 1999
Got this bookmarked and am passing on the address to interested parties :-)
-- Tim (email@example.com), May 06, 1999.
-- && (&&@&&.&), May 06, 1999.
I want to tell you how important you archive is to me. I expect it has been to many who showed up here (or will), not knowing how to get to the 4167th related item on a search engine, which is what they really wanted to know in the first place. (still don't know). I almost panicked when I tried to return to it for the first time and you wanted me to give my password. OOOOOOOONOOOOOOO I didn't have one. I tried for days to get back in. Backdoors, hack a tack etc. Glad you side stepped that. I'm sure you had good reason for wanting one at the time.
-- spun@lright (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 07, 1999.
Spun@lright (may I call you that :o)
Thank you very much. Sorry about the password thing but it took a couple of days to work it out so I started it restricted. Then imagine my suprise with all that work and no one could get to it. Actually the password was y2k. I was under the impression that it could be changed right away. Had to Email Phil and he saved the day :o)
-- Brian (email@example.com), May 07, 1999.