June Issue Of Kiplinger's Magazine

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Get a copy of the June Issue Of Kiplinger's Magazine.

There is a one page Y2K article that Bill Geise Did after spending an afternoon at my hacienda.

Only one inaccuracy. We are not having our teeth pulled out because they will be no dentists after Y2K hits. We are having some serious dental work done because our teeth are in bad shape and we don't want to leave it go until after Y2k hits.

Oh....and one other little inaccuracy....at the end of the piece Bill says that if things get bad he will show up here. Guess again.

Tresspassers will be fed to our livestock.

-- Paul Milne (fedinfo@halifax.com), May 07, 1999



Jeez ... what kind of livestock have you got, anyway? Swarms of piranhas? Goats that will eat anything, including dismembered pollys? Sounds like a dangerous place!


-- Ed Yourdon (ed@yourdon.com), May 07, 1999.

Pigs. Not even the bones will be left.

Paul's kidding anyway. He knows trespassers have better value as fertalizer.....

(Man and I am getting sick as I get older.....)

Art www.lancnews.infi.net/~artw

-- art welling (artw@lancnews.infi.net), May 07, 1999.

Quite right, Art. The pigs eat just about anything. They get their regular feed and all of our leftovers.

They also consume the extra milk that we have from the cows. Nothing goes to waste, not even tresspassers.

-- Paul Milne (fedinfo@halifax.com), May 07, 1999.

Is it true you have trained mutant alligators on your property,that have been trained to eat polly trolls and lieing politicians that may show up after y2k asking for directions how to avoid being inmates at the post y2k local relocation work camps. y2k aware mike if your within 25 miles of a soon to be reopened closed base your pizza. row well 41 and you shall live.

-- y2k aware mike (y2k aware mike@ conservation.com), May 07, 1999.

Paul, it is clear to me that ED has not had time to read "Unintended Consequences" by John Ross. Tee hee.

-- Betty Alice (Barn266@aol.com), May 08, 1999.

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