preparing (, December 30, 1999. : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) Preparation Forum : One Thread

Alright, let's get this straight, once and for all....Noswad is close, he just has it backwards, take the numbers and put them the other way around and it is right.... DEFCON 1 is all calm!!!!! -- preparing (, December 30, 1999.

I really love this. Here you are, putting your foot in your mouth AGAIN. Just because you have a Hubby, in the Army(?), that must work in the Mess Hall, after all, somebody forget to tell him in the United States of America, we do, and listen, have 5, that is FIVE levels of DEFCON 1 to 5. You, so boldly, have confirmed to all the world just how ignorant you and Hubby are. I must say, Ladylogic makes more sense then you do, and, bless her heart, she is a brick short of a load. Now, having said all this, go pick up a book-if you even have a book-- in the house, tent, garage that you call home, and read where DEFCON 1 is all out WAR. DEFCON 5 is calm. In the event, you should remain in your, ignorant state and not find a book, web site or whatever to confirm what I have just told you, and further, should you wish to retain the opinion that DEFCON 1 means calm, then may I suggest that the very moment you hear the official word that DEFCON 1 has been declared, I would like for you and Hubby to grab a beer, glass of wine or whatever and proceed to the street, where you will soon be able to answer the age old question, Is there really a God? because, in all likely hood, you will have found your eternal home.

What we need on the board is solid INFORMATION. Not, some person or persons, who after have been recently corrected on their misinformation, can not seem to GI because that will not read.

-- bob (, December 30, 1999

-- bob (, December 30, 1999



DEFCON 5 Normal peacetime readiness DEFCON 4 Normal, increased intelligence and strengthened security measures DEFCON 3 Increase in force readiness above normal readiness DEFCON 2 Further Increase in force readiness, but less than maximum readiness DEFCON 1 Maximum force readiness.

-- anonymous (, December 30, 1999.

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