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10 January 2000
we're still trolling the massive new year email download to see if there is any news of Y2k problems with military and nuclear installations which hasn't made the mass media, and are happy to report we have come across none so far. We thought we'd distribute the following message for your entertainment - we hope it is the last message we send out on this topic !
Subject: Your memo about checking our calendars for Y2K compliance.
I hope that I haven't misunderstood your instructions because, to be honest, none of this Y to K problem made much sense to me. At any rate, I have finished the conversion of all of the months on all the company calendars for next year. The calendars have returned from the printer and are ready to be distributed with the following new spellings:
Januark, Februark, Mak, and Julk.
I also changed all the days of each week to:
Sundak, Mondak, Tuesdak, Wednesdak, Thursdak, Fridak and Saturdak.
We are now Y to K compliant.
(anonymous, tino-rangatiratanga list)
Link to main Y2K page.