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Re: UK GMT roll over

  • From: Wayne Bouchard
  • Date: Sat Jan 01 02:20:36 2000

Isn't it interesting to note that there have been no significant y2k
problems but there have been significant service disruptions as a
result of paranoia and general cynisism? 

Can we shoot the press now?

> There are also unamusing things like for example the local coffee/doughnut 
> shop being closed tonight when it is supposed to be open 24/7.  I 
> consider this to be a serious denial of  service by the miscreant who 
> operates the shop.  Man does not live by nicotine alone.
> Meanwhile i sit here like a moron waiting an hour for a non-event to 
> happen.  My sole purpose for being here is so that the 'suits' who are 
> out whooping it up, can experience anxiety-free whooping.
> After midnight i get to dodge drunken revelers on my 33 mile trip home, 
> and tomorrow morning i'll get salt in the wounds when Randy unloads on me 
> for copying this to nanog.
> I just hope i'm dead when 2038 rolls around.  Or is it 2238?  I can't 
> remember.  Oh well.
> On Fri, 31 Dec 1999, Alex Pilosov wrote:
> > This is mildly amusing. Looking at headers:
> > 
> > On Sat, 1 Jan 100, Neil J. McRae wrote:

Wayne Bouchard                                    [Immagine Your    ]
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