"John P. Looney" wrote:
> I think we should have a "unix billenium" party. And stay up till that
> time, getting more and more enebriated & silly as time goes on..
That's all very well for our haplographical chums from across the pond,
but shouldn't we Europeans have a thousand-millennium?
Of course, as the inebriation quotient approaches 1, it'll probably turn
into a spillennium.
I apologise for wasting bandwith with such flim-flammery; consider it
revenge for having to download (and even read some of) those bloody 'no
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