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You heard it here first, Y2K is AoK.

The problem is fixed, get over it. Life goes on.

Doom and gloom is out, it is party time!

-- No (Problem@all.com), July 06, 1999


Take a hike you F****** troll!!!!!!!!

-- Arron (jamell99@hotmail.com), July 06, 1999.

Gee...I think I finally understand what Paul Milne means when he says "You'll be dead soon."

-- Big (Problem@after all.com), July 06, 1999.



For the insperation to this poem.



Well, I am glad it is fixed. (I never saw the problem)

Maybe this is the way of Y2K;

Some will see the problem and prepare;

Others will live their lives with out care.

When the time comes, the bell will toll.

And each will find out Y or Y(not) to beware.

-- No (Problem@All.com), July 06, 1999.

-- smith (g100@btv.ne), July 07, 1999.

g100@v.ne), July 07, 1999.

-- smith (gma@btv.ne), July 07, 1999.

Uh guys - don't look now, but the screen is now green.

Shalll we continue the lesson?


Final exam is still scheduled for January, 2000.

-- Robert A. Cook, PE (Kennesaw, GA) (cook.r@csaatl.com), July 07, 1999.

Errrrrrrrrrr. You might want to check out Information week. For some strange reason there is a shortage of IT people. Companies are ramping UP their IT depts to work on y2k, and salaries are climbing. Maybe you should tell THEM it's fixed, not us, moron! They would be very happy to hear it!

-- FLAME AWAY (BLehman202@aol.com), July 07, 1999.

For the opinion of a real group of experts as to why the problem is not fixed, and will not be for a long while, see IEEE's June 9, 1999 open letter to Congress in support of legislation imposing severe limits on liability for Y2K failures.


-- Brooks (brooksbie@hotmail.com), July 07, 1999.

-- abc (1@2.3), July 07, 1999.

-- abc (1@2.3), July 07, 1999.

-- a (b@c.d), July 07, 1999.
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