What to Celebrate at 2000? End of America as we...

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It seems that the only think viable to "celebrate" is the possible end of USA as we know it.

End of liberty and free speach - End of taxation with some representation (once IRS goes, forget about protesting taxes, it will be pay to play only) - End of represenative government. etc.

Celebrate with Kool Aid seems more appropriate. I know that most of us doomers may be caught up in a negative trap, but we have read too much, seen too much, and tried too hard to even convince close family and friends that self-reliance is prudent (old American way).

"Party like it's 1999" is starting to sound better than 2000!

-- dw (y2k@outhere.com), December 04, 1999


dw, When's the last time we had real representative government, anyway? Don't tell me most of those people haven't been in someone's pocket for a long, long time.

-- Mara (MaraWayne@aol.com), December 04, 1999.

Go do something constructive instead of whining.

-- (Polly@troll.com), December 04, 1999.

"Go do something constructive instead of whining."

Realistic suggestions *please*!

-- Anonymous99 (Anonymous99@Anonymous99.xxx), December 04, 1999.

Celebrate green grass, blue skies, little puppy dogs, a contented cat's purr. Celebrate your husband, wife, or significant other. Celebrate children. Celebrate flowers. Celebrate a good meal, good company. Celebrate the majestic movement of the seasons. Celebrate clean water. Celebrate the perfectly broken in levis & shoes so comfortable you don't want to remove them. Celebrate continued health. Celebrate your choice of creator. Celebrate how you got your licks in during the snowball fight.

Get creative, there are lots of things to celebrate.

-- Mitchell Barnes (spanda@inreach.com), December 04, 1999.

Good answer Mitchell! I like your attitude. :-)

-- Julie (DesertJewel@Hotmail.com), December 05, 1999.

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