Kosky: "The only thing that could sink the system would be overreaction."

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"The only thing that could sink the system would be overreaction."

-- KoSkinEm (Does@NOT.Get.It), November 26, 1999


Evidence that as of today Kosky still does not NOT NOT Get Y2K ramifications in the least. Y2K czarpit.

Companies Stockpile Y2K Drugs

-- Y2K Spearheaded (by@tuna.charlie), November 26, 1999.

Who is KoSkinEm? I bet it is one of those disgusting rappers, like that eminem guy.

-- Butt Nugget (catsbutt@umailme.com), November 26, 1999.

I disagree.

Stan Faryna

Read a rational explanation for making Y2K preparations
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-- Stan Faryna (faryna@groupmail.com), November 26, 1999.


-- give me the job (kosky is@mass.murderer), November 26, 1999.


-- Butt Nugget (catsbutt@umailme.com), November 26, 1999.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/aponline/19991126/aponline130410_ 000.htm

Kosky fixated on 2-day storm

-- he dense (locked@in.box), November 26, 1999.

Kosky on the subject of Preventing Drowning:

"You're under water, you're not sure where the surface is or how far you are from it. Now, the only thing that can cause you to drown is trying to breathe. Got that?"

-- snooze button (alarmclock_2000@yahoo.com), November 26, 1999.

I suspect that Kosky has been the one sending me Secret Admirer e- mail for the last few years.

-- Butt Nugget (catsbutt@umailme.com), November 26, 1999.

"Callin' it your job don't make it right, Boss"
Cool Hand Luke

-- spider (spider0@usa.net), November 26, 1999.

The Titanic is UNsinkable!

-- deja vu (iceberg@ahead.deckers), November 26, 1999.

Wouldn't Kosky make a good guest on The Rosie O'Donnell show?

-- Butt Nugget (catsbutt@umailme.com), November 26, 1999.

Gee, if overreaction is the problem, then they should have spent 100 billion on overreaction mediation!!!!!! Is that an overreaction? I guess I'm still part of the problem......

-- samIam (dr@seu.ss), November 26, 1999.

Butt, your obssession here with Kosky is appropriate.

-- you know Porky? (cell@hell.rollover), November 26, 1999.

No, no it's Oprah.

-- showtime (Kosky@deride.fool), November 26, 1999.

"...Pharmaceutical companies are also hoping the stockpiling itself discourages hoarding..."

GAWD, I get so tired of reading this BS and in the same sentence its friggin unbearable.




-- whatever (karlacalif@aol.com), November 26, 1999.

Karla, good catch on the Disconnect Spin

-- black widow (poison@carrying.capacity), November 26, 1999.

You and I are being set up to receive the blame when it all goes wrong...... The government and business will say: " We told you, now look what you've gone and done. We have no power, no phones, no money, no drugs and no food. We warned you and now it's all your fault!!!!"

-- UR2Blame (upower@jps.net), November 26, 1999.



It is impossible for overreaction to sink the system. An overreaction may cause shelves to be temporarily emptied, and some people might wait in line until they are restocked, but this wouldn't "sink the system."

The only thing that would "sink the system" would be if the system was incapable of handling the load, as in under-remediation, as in not fixed, as in BROKEN, because those responsible for maintenance of the system did a HALF-ASSED JOB!! (idiot!)

-- Hawk (flyin@high.again), November 26, 1999.

The bulls will maul the streets, and I ain't talking basketball riots here.

KoSkinEm better hope he's up in a plane.

-- above (it@all.falling), November 27, 1999.

Great, Kosky's moron manure was printed in my local paper. There goes the neighborhood.

-- Jenny (jennylc@aol.com), November 27, 1999.

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