Y2k "expert", Minor, misc. declares: "You seem to think I care about Y2K. I don't.

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"You seem to think I care about Y2K. I don't. It's over."

"....I don't take it seriously at all; it's just a sideshow, with freaks to laugh at."

-- Steve Heller

Before, during or after 1/1/2000 is the question. Were the Doomzies he fed his Bull shit ((and mislead with his "I'm an expert to listen to ...see MY RESUME'" (a form of "winning through intimidation"))).... to Y2k the "sideshow". But WHEN?? before 1/1/2000, during it or now?

From the need to know how to build a foundry with charcoal and store a collection of "how to books" for the "restoration" its is or was "just a sideshow"?? Could *anything* be more irresponsible? Unless its the "I was wrong with excuses" (aka: "Passing the Buck" though none of his excuses washed when one reviews his Y2k "case" and argument constructed long before he claims to have been "mislead" by other leading Y2k "experts".

The only other "worse" examples of **pure irresponsibility were the "lets skip over it and move on" lead by one Ed Yourdon, THE "35 years of Expertise Expert" whose central fallacy I exposed in Spring, 1998 on CPSR-Y2k and de Jager's list. The 35 year expert who just "knew" that "major software projects like Y2k do not come in on time or schedule or are cancelled. And who wrote in his deplorable "Deja Vu" where he repeated ad nauseum his theme to the end, "I do not expect a real estate broker in Texas to UNDERSTAND...." To which, I replied, if a businessman in Texas can understand, what IS your problem, Toasty?

You seem to think I care about Y2K. I don't. It's over. However, I do like to amuse myself pointing out the idiocies of the "debunkers" who are still raving about conspiracies, when I don't have anything more interesting to do, which is rare. CPR takes this VERY SERIOUSLY, because it's all he has, as he has admitted. I don't take it seriously at all; it's just a sideshow, with freaks to laugh at.

-- Steve Heller (steve@steveheller.com), June 22, 2000.



-- cpr (buytexas@swbell.net), June 23, 2000


cpr, you seem to think we care about what YOU think. We don't. Never did. Don't miss your next appointment for a rabies shot.

-- Yawn (yawn@yawn.yawn), June 23, 2000.

This post has not been approved by Ken Decker. Please ignore it until it has his stamp of approval.

-- Decker's Thought Police (beza@wa.freei.net), June 23, 2000.

Dear Thought Police Person;

Oh, PUHLEESE, Please, Pretty please don't delete it.
Just this once. I worked SO hard on it and the one to the City of 4,000 Manager.

-- cpr (buytexas@swbell.net), June 23, 2000.

If it was up to me CPR, I would gladly leave it. But there is a new self appointed sheriff in town. KC and I don't mean the sunshine gang.

-- Decker's Thought Police (beza@wa.freei.net), June 23, 2000.

I would have thought that it was obvious even to you, CPR, that I meant that Y2K is of no interest to me NOW. That's why I said "it's over". Do you know what that means? It means that it's over. Done. Finished. In the past. Of historical interest only. Have I made myself clear?

-- Steve Heller (steve@SteveHeller.com), June 23, 2000.

Mr. Heller made his position(s) more than clear time after time. Its simply a matter of recalling when his ludicrous "snap shots" were taken.
Prior to 1/1/2000, we got the Heller Vers. 10/10. Shortly after we got, "its not over yet" (as he predicted it would not be "over").

Next, we got the "I was wrong with excuses so don't blame me one iota" .
Currently, in Rev. 06/22-23/2000.0 we get "a sideshow".
As we all know about Y2k.......IT WAS ONLY A MATTER OF TIME.

-- cpr (buytexas@swbell.net), June 23, 2000.

Come to think of it, Heller should be happy now.
Having completed and updated the "Planet Heller World View", any further revisions could be distributed as "Service Packs".
Be careful how you deploy his "service packs" though. The nature of such things is to replace former faulty "LOCs" with more "up to date ones".
SUGGESTION: File his DLLs (his file libraries) separately and compare to the "Service Pack" revisions.


-- cpr (buytexas@swbell.net), June 23, 2000.

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