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Re: Y2K

Just remember Jim -  Up in Rochester is the largest Bacterial warfare and
holder of vaccines, antivenin, and antidotes.  If they bomb anything that
place is first....   No I'll just stuff my Kid in the closet behind a
bookcase in another closet.  Hide the hosta in the tunnel and go to work and
pretend I'm having fun (company is too cheap to get me a hotel room).
>Anti-American terrorists are sure to use y2k as an excust for their evil
>acts.  I no longer worry about bombs, but bacterial warfare does concern
>A container the size of a ball-point pen can hold enough virus or bacteria
>wipe out thousands.  Think if this were released at a major airport.  It
>would spread worldwide before people even started to show symptoms.
>Sorry to be glum, but...
>Jim Dixon
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