Not to worry about being Y2K compliant if, and only if, you are sitting in
a dimly lit place with lots of people around, holding a glass of water (of
any vintage) in one hand and clutching a hand key (of any vintage) in the
other hand and are actively sending "CQ CQ..." at the stroke of midnight
(GMT, UTC, Zulu, or whatever), which is connected to a Ten Tec rig (of any
vintage), hooked to an adequate antenna (of any vintage), such that an
adequate signal (of any wattage) is going out over the air into the ether,
which will surround you with a shield of protection against any and all Y2K
bugs, viruses, or plagues.
Of course, the other people in the dimly lit room may think you are a bit
At 10:06 PM 1998/11/04 EST, WO8L@aol.com wrote:
>Well, I hate to admit it but I'm a Y2K consultant working with one of the 20
>largest banks in America on mainframe computer issues for the Year 2000. I'm
>Here's my concern. I think Ten Tec is O.K. I think most of the world is
>But how about ME and YOU?
>I'm in my 50s and life is less certain than it once was.
>At midnight on December 31, 1999, will I suddenly grab my throat like a 1950s
>science fiction movie and keel over BECAUSE I'M NOT YEAR 2OOO COMPLIANT?
>Please help. I'm scared (almost) to death.
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