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To: 11th Commandment

I don’t suppose... I know it’s asking a lot, it’s so much easier to just let crap fall out of your mouth or fingertips, than actually think....

.... that you know that thousands of programmers were working for about two years prior to 2000 to correct the very errors predicted. And that if not for their efforts we would have had some bad mojo.

Not to mention some uncorrected things.... such as a dam for instance.. did fail.

Nah. You carry right along with your bad self, always thinking that you know more than you do.

Sorry but you’re today’s typical toady. Far too many of you out there, ready to pipe in on any subject where you have the “popular hindsight” that was spoonfed to you by the media.

Lap, lap, lap, lap. Good kitty. Repeat back what you think you know now. Go on.


37 posted on 05/24/2011 1:09:03 PM PDT by EvasiveManuever (Shakespeare got it wrong. Not the lawyers... journalists.)
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To: EvasiveManuever
The problem with your diatribe is that WND and other were predicting up until Dec 31, 1999, that disaster was immanent .... And that all the programing wasn't going to work... that CEO's were to greedy to fix the problem... etc. They were predicting power grid failure, IF, they had just done their homework they would have realized that the minor grid problems happened on Jan 1, 1999 due to the way the programs predicted future power needs.... So no need for your potty mouth.

I must ask, did you buy WND Y2K food kits?

38 posted on 05/24/2011 1:23:24 PM PDT by 11th Commandment (http://www.thirty-thousand.org/)
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