Is anybody out there, still watching, like me? : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) Preparation Forum : One Thread


Whatever is coming, is getting closer. How many have remained prepared and aware?

Y2K ... wasn't IT.


-- Scotia (, October 17, 2000


Hi Scotia,

This forum is starting to pick up again
after a 3 mo. hiatus. For now just cobwebs
and spiders.

Always prepared.

Do you keep up with the posts on GICC?
That's where the nitty gritty facts can
be found.

The last poster posted under: Back-Up Plans & Bugging Out

-- spider (, October 18, 2000.

What is GICC? URL?

-- Bunker Bob (, October 18, 2000.


-- spider (, October 19, 2000.

Gosh you stooges never give up do you? Thanks for all the laughs...

-- Y2K Pro (, October 24, 2000.

Y2K Pro

You're welcome. (for the laughs; hope you're enjoying yourself ... now.)

Prepared Stooge Scotia

-- Scotia (, October 24, 2000.

Hi Spider,

Sorry for the belated reply. Been pretty busy (I'm also a homeschooler, among other things). Thanks for the url. Have also found some other "watchers" since I posted here.

Enjoying life, took up a new hobby, genealogy, fascinating! Have a new grandson on the way, my first.


-- Scotia (, October 24, 2000.

I've done some home schooling myself. I
think it's great. Just need to always
work on finding other peers to play with.
Many times we would just walk along the
beach and identify seaweeds and critters.

Geneology is a great subject with the web.
Pauper geneology is harder to trace. Best
single source that I've found is SS Death
index. Free internet search and for $7 you
can get a copy of their SS form which shows
the fathers name. That can help when hitting
a stone wall.

-- spider (, October 24, 2000.

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