Bradley M. Kuhn
Thu, 17 Dec 1998 01:23:58 -0500
Kragen, I believe your reply-to still says gentle.dyn.ml.org....
Thus spoke Kragen:
> [Note how this *quote* about a *story* about an *un-named* oil refinery
> serves as hard news about Y2K! This absence of hard information itself is
> one of the BIGGEST part of the Y2K Problem. When propaganda is the "hard"
> information available, stories like these become truth, even to a United
> States Senator. Our leadership needs to get its nose out of the
> presidential crotch and challenge this "Major Oil Company" (and other
> major infrastructure companies, like *ahem* telecoms) to come forward and
> discuss test results openly.
Sadly, I don't think this will happen until the crashes and problems need to
be made public---after the public has been harmed.
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