Hey, do I have to worry about globel warming. ozone depleation, nuclear war, soylent green, overpopulation, and all that jazz anymore? I, for one, have had enough!!!

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Doom, doom, and more doom. When does it stop? Things I have worried about: Nuke war, cassini launch, three mile island, globel warming, samonela, intestinal distress, y2k, hanford, space needle bombing, three quake scenarios, canisters that orbit astroids & hide behind the sun waiting to get me when i'm not looking, market crash, junk food, solar flares, tetnus, antibiotic resistance, ebola, the validity of remote veiwing and whether i'm suffering mind control, and almost anything any guest on the Art Bell show has to say!!!!!!!! Hey, anybody have anything to add? I'm gonna go see a hypnotist this week to help me forget all this dribble and Art's radio show too! So, I need to make a list, and, anybody have anything to add....

-- Alex (3000#beans@rice.com), March 11, 2000


Chemtrails, chip implant IDs, mad cow disease.......

-- jeileen (tjfarrar@bellsouth.net), March 11, 2000.

Yeah! Armageddon, incoming comets, polar meltdown.

-- Very (Grateful@still.here), March 11, 2000.

The anti-christ, leaking reactors

-- cin (cinlooo@aol.com), March 11, 2000.

No, you're not smart enough to worry about that stuff Alex. Just concentrate on learning how to spell first before you start getting involved in world affairs.

-- Hawk (flyin@high.again), March 11, 2000.

Hawk, perhaps you should work on your punctuation. =o)

-- cin (cinlooo@aol.com), March 11, 2000.

All you really have to worry about is whether your fingernail and toe nails are properly clipped. All the rest will fall naturally into place.

-- (missmanners@correct.buz), March 11, 2000.

Eating your cereal before it gets all soggy.

-- capnfun (capnfun1@excite.com), March 11, 2000.

Y'all overlooked the worst threat to man - Mother-in laws!!!!

-- Scarlet Breasted (scarletbreasted@hotmail.com), March 11, 2000.

Oh, so now the brainless bleached blonde bimbo bitch (B5) is gonna lecture me on punctuation? Oh joy! What's the problem brainless, or are you just trying to be you're usual bitchy self because you haven't seen your old friend Dick in 20 years?

-- Hawk (flyin@high.again), March 12, 2000.

Hawk- Glad ya dropped in un-anonymously. Perhaps you could help me find one of your classic posts which I had briefly searched for in the old TB2000 archives...

Remember that thread you initiated and entitled: "MIR crashes in southwest US knocking out power grid"? Do you remember the approximate date, and under which category you posted it?


-- CD (costavike@hotmail.com), March 12, 2000.

LOL CD!! Jeeez, you really got a kick out of that one didn't you? Musta been a year ago, and the only times I ever see you post you always remind me of that. In fact, I coulda sworn you said you were leaving the forum a while ago but hey, nice to see ya again. As far as I know this forum is not the Library of Congress, just a place to toss ideas around. I would certainly hope that you're not one of those people who feels the need to believe everything they read, because most of it isn't true. :-)

-- Hawk (flyin@high.again), March 12, 2000.


If you wrote it.

And we read it.

We believe it ;)

-- capnfun (capnfun1@excite.com), March 12, 2000.

Wow capnfun, I'd have to say that makes you pretty damn stupid in my book!

-- Hawk (flyin@high.again), March 12, 2000.

WOW has it been 20 years already?

-- cin (cinlooo@aol.com), March 12, 2000.


I'd write, "anti-Christ", were I to write it.


-- Someone (ChimingIn@twocents.cam), March 12, 2000.

My truck radiator has developed a leak, the lawn is so wet that the lawnmower sinks when I try to use it, and I've got a spot in the carpet I can't get out. That just about tops my big worry list for today.

-- Jim Cooke (JJCooke@yahoo.com), March 12, 2000.


Do you believe in the radiator stop-leak stuff? Some people swear by it, but I always buy a new core "just in case".


-- Someone (ChimingIn@twocents.cam), March 12, 2000.


I tried that stop leak stuff once in my 1976 Ineternational Harvester Scout. Man, that was a great truck except for the problem of it trying to turn into every corn field and help with the harvest. Anyway, the radiator was so clogged after using the gunk that it didn't leak but it never cooled the engine either. So, like you, I'm part of the new core believers now :^)

-- Jim Cooke (JJCooke@yahoo.com), March 12, 2000.


I had a 78 Blazer that I loved dearly. Put .411s in it and everything. Right after I got around to replacing the rear window crank (after about 7 years) it got stolen in Philly. Go figure. Anyway, it had a nice, new, heavy duty 4 tube core in it.

Attempting to tie in to prior post,


-- Someone (ChimingIn@twocents.cam), March 12, 2000.

Hey, guys----you're getting off track. Alex asked for more help....let's give it to him! How about that deadly fungus that's attacking wheat, the corn borers? that have moved into Ohio, the very real threat of drought, this year, it's getting to be tornado season, the Niles Virus may soon erupt, our reduced military, the UFO's, which poor choice may inherit the white house, the UN wanting to take away our soverignty, that flesh-eating disease, the threat to the Great Lakes by those who want to sell/buy the water. I'm sure y'all can think of more scenarios to help out our friend!

-- Jo Ann (MaJo@Michiana.com), March 12, 2000.

Cow flatulence, killer squirrel attacks...

-- I'm Here, I'm There (I'm Everywhere@so.beware), March 12, 2000.

Jim, you should have my problems. My cat has hemorrhoids, our bathroom is parting company with the roof, I've gained 10 pounds eating non-fresh, tinned, stored food, and I think we have a giant, chicken chicken eating frog in our neighborhood. Are those killer squirrel attacks caused by squirrel nobbler?

-- gilda (jess@listbot.com), March 12, 2000.

LMAO,,,,soylent green? Your age is showing. Privacy, we need to worry about privacy....as I look around to see who is watching...and passing a blow up doll to hawk...{eg}

-- consumer (shh@aol.com), March 12, 2000.


I'm sorry about your poor cat. Of course, that's one of the reasons I have fish - I never know if they have 'roids :^)

-- Jim Cooke (JJCooke@yahoo.com), March 12, 2000.

>> Nuke war, cassini launch, three mile island, globel warming, samonela, intestinal distress, y2k, hanford, space needle bombing, three quake scenarios [...] <<

"The world is so full of a number of things, I'm sure we should all be as happy as kings." R.L.Stevenson

-- Brian McLaughlin (brianm@ims.com), March 12, 2000.

Just for the record, Hawk, it's in the commas. Commas are greatly underutilized and underappreciated.

<< No, you're not smart enough to worry about that stuff, Alex. Just concentrate on learning how to spell first, before you start getting involved in world affairs. >>

Apparently you missed the irony you created. Oh well, the rest of us caught it.

More importantly, why do you have to be such a fart? You seem to view every vague or straightforward slight toward doomerdom as a personal attack on you. More than likely, no one is thinking of you when they're posting such observations. Hmm, maybe that's what disturbs you, because clearly, you are disturbed. You're like the kid who intentionally misbehaves, because negative attention is better than none. You step into a perfectly harmless little thread, just to spit on someone, interrupting the flow to say, "look at me!" I'm a doomer from way back, long before I ever heard of Y2K. And I love listening to the Art Bell show, as long as I have a steady supply of solar-charged batteries for my bullshit detector. But, jeez, I can laugh at myself sometimes. Often, in fact. I sincerely hope you acquire this skill.

-- (Miss Ann@th.rope), March 16, 2000.

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