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Re: Y2K Poll

Ransom Lydell wrote:

> >> If things do crash in Y2K, you are welcome to join us.
> ***************
> We don't have to worry about y2K problems in our area-----almost everything
> here is run by a hand crank!

This is also, just one of the many advantages of living in the mountains
of western North Carolina. The most I have heard about it around here
was during a recent sermon where the preacher observed that if "they"
are right about Y2K problems they will write a book proclaiming their
great perceptive ability, and if "they" are wrong about it, they will
write a book explaining in detail what went wrong with the predictions;
either way, both groups will make the same amount of money on their books.
MissVitro Plant Tissue Culture Laboratory
John and Laura Lanier
Route 9  Box 908
Burnsville, NC  28714
(828) 682-4174
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