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Re: [at-l] Thru-hiking in 2000 AD: Survival?



Seeing that there is great concern about the Y2K problem and the AT, I decided
to offer my services to fellow hikers/backpackers/etc.  For $50, I will check to
see if your backpack is Y2K compliant.  A thorough inspection will be done on
zippers, collars, hipbelts, clips, clevis pins (I love that word -- clevis), and
various other components of your pack.  You will receive a certificate if your
pack is Y2K compliant; if your pack does not pass my srtingent tests, I will
provide a checklist of problem areas that need to be addressed.  For this
service, please send your pack, along with $50 (cash or cashier's check) to:

Voodoo Chile
Y2K Pack Inspection Specialist
1999 1/2 Clevis Way
Lexington, KY  40517

Jeff Walters wrote:

> Y2K Problem:
>
> Let me clear up some of the confusion which most people have about the year
> 2000 problem.  <SNIP>

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