Minus Y2K: The Bug that Toppled Egypt

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Things are getting way to serious here lately. Check out the following link if you want a grin. I would copy it, but you need to see the graphic. <:)=

What Really Plagued Ancient Egypt

-- Sysman (y2kboard@yahoo.com), November 14, 1999


PS - Notice the link to Ed Yourdon's site, at the bottom of the page... <:)=

-- Sysman (y2kboard@yahoo.com), November 14, 1999.

Gee... the collapse of civ. is to serious for you... too bad

-- Shut the f**k up (F.U@gotohell.com), November 14, 1999.

Gee, thanks alot Shut. I guess I'll take my almost 3,000 VERY SERIOUS Y2K posts to hell with me.

Have a real nice Sunday.

Tick... Tock... <:00=

-- Sysman (y2kboard@yahoo.com), November 14, 1999.

Sysman you're kewl!! Great Post oh "Hunk Amen Ra" LOL Maat, the Goddess of Upgrades, offers sacred hardware to Hathor, Goddess of the Luminary Disk Player.

-- Maat (karlacalif@aol.com), November 14, 1999.


You have a wonderful Sunday. Ignore that foul mouthed plague on humanity. Your posts have been invaluable to me and many others.

Rock On!!

-- sysmaniskewl (karlacalif@aol.com), November 14, 1999.

Perhaps the best Y2k humor I've read yet. Thanks, Sysman. I've enjoyed your *serious* contributions as well.

This forum is filled with plenty of humor, as well as bile. I'll take laughter any day.

Presenting the revolutionary, "fully 2K Flushes compliant" E-toilet.

My apologies in advance if anyone is offended. Scatological humor is an acquired taste.

-- Steve (hartsman@ticon.net), November 14, 1999.

Oh Sysman!! You got bit by a troll, how sad!! Does it hurt? Clean it good, put some antiseptic and a bandage on it. ...And in the future be more carefull.

-- Psychotic (y2k@doom&gloom.com), November 14, 1999.

"Maat, the Goddess of Truth, waves her wings like an idiot before Hathor, Goddess of the Funny Hat." This site is too damned amusing! I loved it!

-- Ludi (ludi@rollin.com), November 14, 1999.

Cute Sysman.



-- Diane J. Squire (sacredspaces@yahoo.com), November 14, 1999.

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