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WHERE IS EVERYONE?....nothing been updated on this for over an hour now!...are we down? hmmm, IMAGINE THAT!!!!

-- mutter (murmur@ya.com), January 22, 2000


The chemtrails poisoned them. Can we eat, now?

-- (arf-arf@bowwow.com), January 22, 2000.

1. There is little substantive news that bears on the Y2K problem

2. The pollie-trolls have driven off well-intentioned conversants

3. The sysops have driven off the pollie-trolls

-- Full Dose (reality@timebomb.2000), January 22, 2000.

They all slipped in the oil and hit there heads on the gold and a plane that was spreading comtrials swepted down and took them away to a place where spam and beanie weenies were stored to spend the rest of there lives.

-- big plane (oil@gold.com), January 22, 2000.

At 11:20 PST the action is over on Gordons thread where he is anwsering questions, near real time.


-- Helium (HeliumAvid@yahoo.com), January 22, 2000.

Maybe you need to hit the refresh button on your browser?

-- Mikey2k (mikey2k@he.wont.eat.it), January 22, 2000.

Saturdays are always slow. Everyone is out at WalMart buying the American Dream.

-- Hawk (flyin@high.again), January 22, 2000.

Saturday's slow due to CBC's "Hockey Night in Canada" up here in the Great White North. CoooRoooKoooKooo - KoooKoooooKoooKooo! Good day, eh?

-- Paranoia Will (Destroy_Y@BlackCopters.com), January 22, 2000.

I agree, it seems that the only issue for many that are contributing at this point, is the price of oil. What's going on?

I certainly have enjoyed both the y2k insight and all else, but it seems what we are now left with, is the people who are watching the stock market and where their stockpile of cash and/or gold? should go.

I feel that those who have contributed over a long period of time are not overly concerned by these issues, although they are credible, but want to be made aware of genuine "glitches" that directly effect the overall welfare of the people they have communicated over the last while with concerns about Y2K. If they do not contribute to the forum, as it was meant to be, then why bother posting.

There must be other sites where these concerns are of more concern. Find them and post there.

In hope that all will continue in the intent that this was meant to be.



-- caper.ca (mbeaver@ns.sympatico.ca), January 22, 2000.

Oh mah gawd... if the American Dream amounts to shopping at Wal-Mart, I may be contacting some of you about a bunker purchase...

To quote/paraphrase Sam Kinison on his last CD, the Y2K issue is like rap music to Sam: "I thought it would just fizzle out, like a bad fart." Eventually, the paranoids will pick up another issue to stomp around about (seems to be Big Oil, black choppers and/or "CHEMTRAILS!!!" at the moment), the forum will become obsolete, and then I'll have to find another source of entertainment. (At least when the Michigan Militia comedy broadcasts are too weak for my shortwave to pick up.)

-- Just (anotherbuckeye@columbus.org), January 22, 2000.

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