It's not Y2K yet here, but I drove my Y2K compliant MGB to work today, just
to be on the safe side. Don't want to have the chance of any FI computers or
integrated circuits hindering me from getting home. I figure if my Porsche's
going to have problems, it wil be when Germany hits mid-night, and I'll
still be at work then. :-)
Director, Server I/O
Crossroads Systems, Inc.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Eric [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Friday, December 31, 1999 6:30 PM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Y2K
> Well, it is 2000 here... and my MG tests out fine. Took her
> for a burn
> around the streets and no Y2K bug with her :-)
> Have a happy and safe and FAST one!
> '68MGB MkII
> Adelaide, South Australia
> PS BTW my mobile phone carrier died at midnight and still
> isn't back up,
> I gather they just re-booted things to be safe, but it was
> the only Y2K
> stuff that I witnessed. Now who wants to buy a few thousand cans of
> SPAM and a gas stove?