**GMT** I'm online, watching London fireworks, and all is GOLDEN!!!

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This is the big one peeps... first real-time live test of the FAA...and a **BIG** embedded time test as well....I know it's not the final one...but WOOOOOOOOOO-HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!

We are LIVE, with Power and Telecommunications!!!!

I am absolutely LOVING the idea of eating embedded crow tomorrow morning :) I know bad stuff can still happen, but WOOOOOO-HOOOOOOOO...I'm feelin' goooooood :)

Happy New Year's to all....I'm off to the bar where my honey is working...

-- brent James Bushardt (Brentj@webt.com), December 31, 1999



-- ... (...@...com), December 31, 1999.

Yippee! Woo Hoo!

-- Woo Hoo (Yee@Ho.com), December 31, 1999.

Hey, KOS...I am just trying to be happy now...I'm still being safe....Just ecstatic that we have no Major, BAD failures being reported now....excepting the 2 nuke plant scrams I have read about..any confirmation on those??

Also just started reading some of the missile launch posts....what's up with those.??? I will read 'em and find out, but I am now within 2 miles of Nia Falls power generation facility and no mushrooms and all is lookin' GOLDEN :) :) :) :) :) :)

I know the long term effects are still there, but come on, start being a little happy and hopefull, Please :)

-- Brent James Bushardt (brentj@webt.com), December 31, 1999.


What do you mean "disaster is spreading but unreported"? What is spreading? I've been following this all day and I'm feeling a lot better than I was for the last year right now myself. I'm watching TV in the window while I'm online, same as you are. And I'm no polly - never was. My name is

-- Scat (sgcatique@webtv.net), December 31, 1999.

Its now 00:25 GMT, and our power station is still ticking away with no problems. In the last 25 minutes I've had 2 load changes including a generator shutdown (right on schedule). Not a single thing to indicate any problems anywhere.

So our local time rollover went without a hitch, the GMT rollover has been a non event, just as I'd predicted and hoped for.

The next big test is Continental USA. Here's hoping that goes just as well as the rest of the world, then we can really party.

-- Malcolm Taylor (taylorm@es.co.nz), December 31, 1999.


Some pus bag is posting under my name. This is the LOWEST of the low.

-- King of Spain (madrid@aol.cum), December 31, 1999.

KOS - am certainly believing there are bugs scampering about, however if the power, water, communications, and transportation stay up, fixing them will be exponentially easier don't you think!? -k-

-- KatInSeattle (YouC@ntSpamMe.com), December 31, 1999.

but what happened to the "River of Fire".

boooooo......no river of fire.

-- plonk! (realaddress@hotmail.com), December 31, 1999.

As mentioned on another thread...

The London fireworks were "brilliant!"


Love the global ceremonies. Now if people could carry that "feeling" of joy, and unity, and shared experience... we could do away with war.. and all things that don't "work" about our combined planet.

Looking good... for phase one... can we keep it up? Or not.

That "is" the question. Is it surface image... or depth?


-- Diane J. Squire (sacredspaces@yahoo.com), December 31, 1999.

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