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Re: OT:CHAT: Millennium Celebration

From: "Rusty Thornsburg" <rtburg@hotmail.com>

>From: "Jan Clark" <janclarx@hotmail.com>
>>Commonsense feels that there is a bigger
>>difference between 1999 and 2000 than there is between 2000 and 2001, 
>and in this case commonsense is going to prevail, even though its 
>perception does not accurately reflect the reality of the calendar.

>At any rate, people wanting to celebrate the new century on New years 
>eve 31/12/2000 shouldn't have too much competition booking venues, as 
>most of us will have celebrated the year before. 

I saw this somewhere:  12/31/1999: The world celebrates the new 
12/31/2000:   Pedants celebrate the new Millenium
1/1/2001:   Death of the pedants.

Just kidding!  


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