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Hamasaki: More Phun with Phoole

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Subject: Re: Another week without a Y2k story
Date: 1999/10/12
Author: cory hamasaki <kiyoinc@ibm.XOUT.net>
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On Tue, 12 Oct 1999 01:26:26, smpoole7@bellsouth.net.nospampleez wrote:
> Dropping back in after a brief absence.
CET-Poole is back, any hogs floating by?  (Odd that the inventor of the flying pig lives in the state with hogs floating down the street, feet in the air.  Could there be a reason?)
> It should be obvious to anyone with three functioning brain cells that
> Cory's infamous "Jo Anne Effect" prediction is a near-complete bust.
> I've noticed that he avoids specific predictions anymore, too.
Hang on my every word, CET and perhaps we will ignite your second synapse, the one that calls plaintively for companionship.  When it calls, it's like yodeling in the alps, its calls echo off the empty chamber.  Hel-LO-lo-o-o-, Anybody HOME-OME-ome-ome-om
> Of late, from what I've seen, he sortof rambles on about how
> "clueless" all of the kids are (you know, the ones who got his job
> when he was "downsized/right-sized"), and that Things Will Be Bad Next
> Year (in some highly-non-specific way).
Here we see CET go into fabrication mode.  It's true that I haven't had a job for oh, 2 or 3 years.  -Sob-, I've been reduced to flying coach to Hawai'i to attend the long boring meetings at the Hale Koa Hotel's seaside bar.  I did get to Leonard's Bakery in Kapahulu almost every day. Their malasada's are better than the 7-11's.  The 7-11's and Leonard's both feature delicious coffee's.
Some of you may recall that CET-Poole achieved national fame in his fabrication of a whistle-blower.  I don't agree with those who call his little trick, a sham, a fraud, lying.  It was intended to be a practical joke but unfortunately, when you hollar "This plane is going to Cuba!" in an airport, some people don't get the joke.
Ya gotta watch what CET says.  He's the Bill Clinton of Y2K. "If you believe it's true, it's not lying."
> Well ... I have only one question: HOW COME ALL THESE KIDS WERE ABLE
CET, you de-bunk-house-flies are the only clueless ones around. Nothing you've written makes any sense, it's all, like, rantings.  At least -bksie- attempts to dig out the real story.  You make up the story.  People don't like that.  That's the difference.
Let me remind you, " ... the ones who got his job when he was "downsized/right-sized ... "  True or made up?  Wishful thinking or slander?  Poetic license or hallucination?
There is a reason that you get abused.  It's your snotty, twerp
attitude.  Knock it off. 
> Truly, -bks-, you have greater fortitude than I. To stay here day
> after day mired amongst a group of people who stubbornly refuse to
> admit past mistakes wins you a medal, in my book.
> -- Stephen (but that's just me)
> PS - you want MY predictions?
No, actually we don't, so I'm snipping out your baloney. But this is interesting, CET writes about milne:
> lucky stars that the medical facilities in and around Reston are still
> functioning.
Need a little help with U.S. Geography?  milne is in southern virginia, South and West of Richmond.  Reston is in northern virginia.
Medical facilities in southern virginia are comparable to northern virginia, the cost is lower however.
So there it is, CET comes back just as the story out there gets even stranger.  As the polly brigade claims that week long IT outages is just good business in contrast to running parallel production systems on essentially free hardware.
cory hamasaki http://www.kiyoinc.com/current.html

-- a (a@a.a), October 12, 1999


Nothing against Cory. Think he has done some good heads-up work...but. This re-post is in no way enlighening. It is a silly rant/answer to a dimwit that doesn't deserve being answered. Please quit posting this tripe, it lowers my opinion of Mr. H.

-- x (astandsfor@a.com), October 12, 1999.


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-- CD (not@here.com), October 12, 1999.

x: Lighten up son...its humor. Reading is fundamental but not mandatory or even obligatory. And it does contains a tad of "enlightenment", just for balance I suppose:

"As the polly brigade claims that week long IT outages is just good business in contrast to running parallel production systems on essentially free hardware."

CD: Very Funny. Can I exchange the Farrah Fawcett for an Ed Yourdon? You know, the one in his red Speedo?

-- a (a@a.a), October 12, 1999.

a, you may have missed another classic over on the Kentucky Fried Food Stamp thread:

Turn it around. As far as Y2K is concerned, this sort of thing is GOOD news. A MAJOR SYSTEM FAILURE. NOTE THAT! THIS ISN"T SOME TINY THING. It affects ALL grocery stores, MOST convienence stores, a LOT of gas pumping outlets and so forth. DID YOU SEE A CASCADE FAILURE?

NO YOU DIDN'T Get the point? The domino/cascade software failure theory is now PROVEN to be false to fact!

-- Paul Davis (davisp1953@yahoo.com), October 12, 1999.

Stay tuned for more....

-- lisa (lisa@work.now), October 12, 1999.

LOL "a".

Sorry, but EY/speedo has been discontinued. Might you be interested in an Andy/spacesuit instead?

-- CD (not@here.com), October 12, 1999.

CD, you still have Old Git in the black biker leather/treadle sewing machine?

-- lisa (lisa@work.now), October 12, 1999.

I'll take one of the Old Git's.

-- BigDog (BigDog@duffer.com), October 12, 1999.

Lisa, Deano and I are still waiting for proof that you have table dancer, uh, qualifications.

-- a (a@a.a), October 12, 1999.

I'm confused, 'a'. Did you just state that you present the Milne/Hamaski stuff for humor?

I'm also confused as to why you only present one side of the picture when you crosspost from csy2k. For instance, here is a more complete rundown of the thread you mentioned yesterday regarding parallel testing:

I also find it curious that as an experienced IT professional you NEVER engage in any technical discussions, which even occur on occasion on THIS forum. Hmmm...Lisa doesn't either. Of course you're excused because Cory (posted for his humor) doesn't either...except, perhaps to state information that has been out-of- date for several years. What exactly IS Cory doing on Y2k, 'a'? Have you been able to glean that from what he's posted on all the fora he frequents?

-- Anita (
notgiving@anymore.com), October 12, 1999.

LOL. Well, I screwed THAT up, but if you click on that last paragraph it WILL show you dejanews' trace of the thread.

-- Anita (notgiving@anymore.com), October 12, 1999.

So, Stephen Poole CET lives in N.C? And, Chicken Little lives in N.C.? Coincidence? Hmmmmmm.....

If any one of the above mentioned poster-subjects could be persuaded to pose as stipulated, someone could make a lot of money! (Paid in Gold Eagles, of course)

-- (RUOK@yesiam.com), October 12, 1999.

No, Poole lives in a fishing shack in Birmingham, AL.

-- lisa (lisa@work.now), October 12, 1999.

And Chicken Little does exhibit some human dignity, so no match.

-- lisa (lisa@work.now), October 12, 1999.

A more focused discussion

-- Tom Carey (tomcarey@mindspring.com), October 12, 1999.

Actually Ms. Spooner, I believe I was the first programmer to post technical information on this forum, some 3000 posts ago.

-- a (a@a.a), October 12, 1999

-- cpr (buytexas@swbell.net), September 10, 2000


Good post, CPR.

Where is hamasaki these days? Making any more predictions?

Andy Ray

-- Andy Ray (andyman633@hotmail.com), September 10, 2000.

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