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Gore, Democrat Senators 'Informally Discuss' Y2K.
The "informal discussion", with inspiration from Sunday's Mr. Boffo comic strip, probably went something like this:
Gore: Ya know, Tipper and I talked about this 'y2k' thing the other night, and she solved it!!
Sen. Dorgan: Boffo!!
Gore: She said 'y2k' stands for the year 2000!!! ~[8^]--->
-- regular (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 25, 1999
Algore solves Y2K, eh?
I guess we'll have to get used to new spellings for words such as "Mondak", "Tuesdak", "Wednesdak", "Thursdak", "Fridak", "Saturdak" and "Sundak" on his Internet now.
-- Anonymous99 (Anonymous99@Anonymous99.xxx), May 25, 1999.
Bob Brinker, host of the radio talk show "Money Talk", says that while we know that Al Gore really didn't invent the Internet, he should be given credit for inventing the "algorithm." [It comes out better with his deadpan sarcasm.].
-- Alexi (Alexi@not-in-the-dark.com), May 25, 1999.
Having seen the VP in action, I think it's a good bet that he ain't got no rhythm!
Buh-duh-bing! *cymbal crash*
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-- Mac (email@example.com), May 25, 1999.
>> ...he should be given credit for inventing the "algorithm." <<
That would be the Gores' patented family-planning method. :-d
-- Elbow Grease (Elbow_Grease@AutoShop.com), May 25, 1999.
And here I thought that ALGORITHMS refered to a Polka Band featuring the vocal stylings of our V.P.
-- (TheWayBack@Yahoo.com), May 25, 1999.