The next Y2K. . .?

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  1. walking paradox

    walking paradox Registered Member

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    Everyone better get to the store and stock up on supplies in preparation for the end of the world :D

    http://www.foreignpolicy.com/story/cms.php?story_id=3758&page=1
     
  2. SinisterSam

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    linux evolve all the time. not a real problem. we change the code easy. :p even with windows y2k wasnt a problem. close source and slow to change. linux is quick and nimble. plus 31 yrs until its an issue FTA. ;-) article must be part of the windows bs against linux. i perfer windows btw. this is crazy stuff. not news sry.

    bestests regards.

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  3. walking paradox

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    heh, thanks for the good laugh. Foreign Policy is in cahoots with Microsoft to undermine linux, that must be it :rolleyes:
     
  4. SinisterSam

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    31 yrs away. you think news. it must be joke. :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
     
  5. walking paradox

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    when did I say it was news? people have known about this for some time. and who said I was taking it seriously? did you not see my comment followed by :D
     
  6. SinisterSam

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    sry i didnt notice. so sry ;-)

    bestests regards.

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  7. SinisterSam

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    how do i remove my messages in this post? i missed joke & was little rude.

    so sry typicalyoffbeat. no excuse for me to be rude.

    bestests regards.

    sammy.
     
  8. walking paradox

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    no worries. we all make mistakes, in this case it was simply a misunderstanding. no harm done.
     
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    How long does a can of soup stay good for? I have a hardhat, so I'm ok with the satellites falling from orbit. :p
     
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