To all the codeheads, a big THANK YOUgreenspun.com : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread
Regardless of what comes next, a huge THANK YOU for all your tireless efforts at keeping things going to this point.
I really didn't want to have to live like my great grandparents did. Like many I was amazed that there was not more problems at this point in time.
For many, there will still be long hours to put in as more problems pop up. Thank you in advance and wishing you good luck in holding it together for us.
I am in for a lot of ribbing from those who ignored my warnings to prep. I would rather have that then have them show up empty handed begging for food if it were the other way around. Most will be polite enough not to rub it in, but will continue to talk behind my back about what a nutcase I am. For those in a similar situation, just remember this: "you wouldn't care what others thought of you if you knew how often they thought of you."
Continuing to pray to be wrong.
-- Bill (email@example.com), January 02, 2000
I agree!! Much rather have them enjoy a little ridicule at my expense than having "beg for food", As much as I'm prepared to provide, that expense, would have been more that I would really have wanted to bear. In purely emotional terms. If you know what I mean.
I'm happy the supermarkets, gas stations and quick-stop stores and food places are still rolling along. Let's hope it stays this good!!
-- Michael (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 02, 2000.
I was on call, but nothing I wrote (or am in charge of) crashed.
Thank God. I didn't know if I'd really leave my family and go into the office to fix something. It was a question I didn't answer.
Happy New Year!
-- bryce (email@example.com), January 02, 2000.