I'm trying to get on the current board via deleted threads forumgreenspun.com : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) Deleted Thread : One Thread
If you are reading this on the TB2000 forum, then I got through. I went to the TB2000 deleted threads forum. Let's see.
-- Sara Nealy (email@example.com), December 29, 1999
Sarah......je ne comprendez vous pas.......
That doesn't make any sense......you posted on the Time Bomb 2000 Deleted Threads Forum......a different forum from the Time Bomb 2000 forum.........
Of course we got your message here.....the only problem is most people are not aware /smart enough to think about coming here....
Read my other posts here......I don't buy the excuse for the site being down at all.......I mean multiple robots all of a sudden trying to index his site at the same time.....on December 28th......
Even so, if that were true, a simple message that the site will be up and running in a few hours would be reasonable.....the way I read it the site owners have no intention of having it run again unless someone gives them a new Server........
-- Craig (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 29, 1999.
yea...let me get right on that
-- cin (email@example.com), December 29, 1999.
Not so fun when it happens to you, is it?
I think I will email Y2KPro the keys to this board, and allow HIM to determine what stays up and what gets deleted.
Seems only fair.
-A computer glitch will not bring about the end of civilization. It takes hordes of panicking people to do that.-
-- Jonathan Latimer (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 29, 1999.
I got her by gut instinct, not computer tech savvy. I had this weird instinct that somehow this might get thru to someone "libe", like you, TECH 32, justanother, etc.
Unfortunately, we got Jonathan, too...
-- Sara Nealy (email@example.com), December 29, 1999.
Good one Jonathan.
To Sara: This forum is not connected to the Pit in any way other than to house the threads/posts that your "sysops" felt a need to delete.
I realize it's a difficult concept to grasp for those of you who are Preparing ("true Freedom of Speech"), but please try to understand.
Really, just one coherent thought process outside of dried beans and canned wheat would probably accomplish a revelation.
In case you're wondering (and I know you are), that was dripping sarcasm.
Welcome to Freedom of Speech; though I doubt any of you can handle it.
-- Patricia (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 29, 1999.