If you fail to plan, you plan to failgreenspun.com : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread
EVERYONE is expecting problems from Y2K. Even the MOST OPTIMISTIC are saying to plan for 3 to 7 days of "disruptions."
Do yourself a big favor. Pick a number. One week. One month. One year.
Just don't pick zero. DON'T IGNORE THE WARNINGS. The problem is real. The results will also be real.
Tick... Tock... <:00=
-- Sysman (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 13, 1999
You are right on. Too many miracles happening from 25% done in March to 95% done in August. No way. At least store the water. It is free. Getting started with that may inspire you to do bigger things. Think domino effect, cascading cross defaults, lack of rain, hurricanes, floods, loss of electricity, sunspots etc. etc. etc. The odds of something bad happening are far greater than the odds of nothing happening. Curly agrees. He said only someone dumber than him is too stupid to not prepare.
-- Curly (Curly@3stooges.gom), September 13, 1999.
"When it comes to the future, there are three kinds of people: those who let it happen, those who make it happen, and those who wonder what happened." John M. Richardson, Jr.
-- quoter (email@example.com), September 13, 1999.