Who killed CPR?

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Where does he hang now? It's hard to believe that he went cold-turkey on the Netlife. Do you think that he is trollboy? Naaaah.

Here is a vintage thread discussing CPR.

BTW, Diane, the word is "hypocrisy".

-- (lars@indy.net), July 06, 2002



"hypocrisy" Thank you for correcting me. See you the next time you come down to Bloomington. Hope that will be soon.


-- Anita (Anita_S3@hotmail.com), July 06, 2002.

Maria, Stephen, you live in infamy.

-- (lars@indy.net), July 06, 2002.

Diane, from a library scientist, I expect precision. Are we still on for tomorrow's banjo-fest at Beanblossom?

-- (lars@indy.net), July 06, 2002.

gee thanks....

-- Cherri (whatever@who.cares), July 06, 2002.

But then this post on Jan 1,2002 kinda pissed me off.


-- Cherri (whatever@who.cares), July 06, 2002.

CPR. Sobbing.

-- (Sheikh Yoor Bhouty @ born.again), July 06, 2002.

I think Diane was laying a neologism on us, people who think it's "hip" to be hypocritical. Take that, CPR.

-- Peter Errington (petere7@starpower.net), July 06, 2002.

I read through this thread, and the links from it, and I laughed, and I laughed...

-- Y2K Pro (y2kpro1@hotmail.com), July 07, 2002.

“Aloha Cherri

Maybe if you weren't some damn mean people would have listened to you. I read your posts, I never read you having 30 yrs experience. Maybe I missed it, but still had you come across different I would have taken you seriously, not that you care:)

I am super happy to have been *WRONG* hows that babe?

Lokelo “


This post from Cherri’s link says it best. 30 years my ass!! Great training ground for a worthless welfare mooch. Cherri, put simply….you are full of shit.

-- Oink (oink@welfare.hog), July 08, 2002.


This post from Cherri’s link says it best. 30 years my ass!! Great training ground for a worthless welfare mooch. Cherri, put simply….you are full of shit.

You could well be correct. After all, I never gave Cherri a test. I don't remember exactly what she said during the late 90's; I do remember talking to friends who were technical experts in areas such as design or operation of power generation, power distribution, transportation, etc. They agreed with Cherri and not with the oppostion.

Yep, I didn't know if Cherri had 30 or one year of experience in the area. She was right. I guess that was the biggest test of all. ;<)))

Best Wishes,,,,,,


-- Z1X4Y7 (Z1X4Y7@aol.com), July 08, 2002.


In the late 90’s, most everyone that I spoke with regarding the embedded chip issues said the same thing: Move along, nothing to see hear.

Some of these were people with hands-on IT skills and you would expect them to have an intelligent read on the situation. Others were just common sense folks that took the majority approach to a non- event.

Cherri spent a hitch in the Air Force during the late 70’s and then worked as some sort of SIM tech for Boeing. She hasn’t been employable for a decade or so and she happened to take the popular side regarding Y2K embedded chip issues.

That makes her an ‘expert’?

You know all about ‘expert’, do you not?

-- Oink (oink@welfare.hog), July 08, 2002.


What you have here is the classic example of ‘birds of a feather, sticking together’.

BS squared.

-- Rolling (on@the.floor), July 08, 2002.


I quit being an engineer sometime ago. That is when I went to grad school and worked in biophysics. After that molecular biology. I still have a lot of contacts who work in such technical areas. They said that Cherri, CPR, Secor, Paul, Pat, Spooner, etc. were correct in their anaylsis. Turns out that they were correct. That seems to me to be the test that counts.

That is my only comment on the subject.

Best Wishes,,,,,,


-- Z1X4Y7 (Z1X4Y7@aol.com), July 08, 2002.

Last thing I'd let CEEP know is that I kinda miss him. Christ, he might show up!

-- Carlos (riffraff@cybertime.net), July 09, 2002.

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