Fed Y2K Hotline: Have three weeks' worth.

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Nando Times.

"Y2K hotline staffer Anne Haynal advocates "personal preparedness." For most people, that means storing a couple weeks' worth of food, which many families already have in their cupboards, and a little spare cash."

FWIW, prior to Y2K I've never had more than 5 days' worth on meals in the house.

-- Lisa (lisa@work.now), July 19, 1999


"It's wonderful," Haynal says. "It changes day to day and sometimes, something you thought you knew, someone calls and puts a little different twist on it and it's new all over again."

Remember people, these are YOUR tax dollars at work.

Thanks for the article Lisa. This one is precious.

-- nothere nothere (notherethere@hotmail.com), July 19, 1999.

Oh, golly, I was really worried about my microwave, too. Like no food to put in it because the supply lines are all snafooed.

-- Mara Wayne (MaraWAyne@aol.com), July 19, 1999.

Might as well just curl up and die. Someone is going to pay for their stupidity.


-- Thomas G. Hale (hale.tg@att.net), July 20, 1999.

Hello, Hospital? Do you have any plans to help people?

Y2K, ` la Carte by Dancr near Monterey, California

-- Dancr (addy.available@my.webpage.neener.autospammers--regrets.greenspun), July 20, 1999.

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