y2k stuff

From: Hans Franke <Hans.Franke_at_mch20.sbs.de>
Date: Mon Jan 11 14:59:19 1999

> > Whenever there's a person involved then I think there's much less of a
> > problem. People tend to behave more resonably. An electricity company
> > employee is not going to believe that all the customers have suddenly
> > forgotten to pay their bills, no matter what the computer says.

> Well, there is the recently reported story (just heard it two days ago)
> about a German man who drove into a river and drowned because his car's
> automatic navigation system told him he was on the correct route, despite
> the desparate attempts by many people on the side of the road to wave him
> down to warn him the road was out.

Jep, it was in Hamburg (you know, Fischköp - "fishheads" :) -
for myself, I rather belive the didn't like the car at all
and tried to get rid of it witthout money loss - Some of
these BMW drivers are just stupid.


Ich denke, also bin ich, also gut
Received on Mon Jan 11 1999 - 14:59:19 GMT

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