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In a message dated 1/1/0 2:44:01 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
>Anywho (again), now that I have bored you to tears, I'll remind you that
>when we take over the world, we will decree and impose the Groo calendar
>that would make this new year only the year 18. Everything else will be
Sorry, Gary, but I beg to differ. This would be Groo Year One, next year
would ALSO be Groo Year One, and the year after that, and the year after that?
In a message dated 1/1/0 3:52:24 AM, email@example.com writes:
>But I look forward to discussing the next Groo Miniseries with you
>Dessessbo! Pipal's back!
What about Pipal's back? Is it hairy, or what?
In a message dated 1/1/0 9:37:46 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
>So when I finish a drawing do I put my sig followed by double zeros?
Since the ads I'm writing now are for around Easter, I've had to write dates
like 4/16/00 for a while now. The annoying thing is, whenever a buyer doesn't
provide me with complete information, I usually write the first draft as
something like "Twin sheets? Reg. $00 Sale 00.99" I always use two zeros for
a fake price, never one or three. So whenever I'm proofreading a page my eyes
kind of automatically stop at "00", and I always think it's a mistake. Hmmm,
I wonder if I can get Macy's to switch to Groo Years?
Larry S. AKA The Sheik of Entropy