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by Bradley H. Olsen-Ecker

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ISBN:
0967165806
Author:
Bradley H. Olsen-Ecker
Category:
Humor
Language:
English
Publisher:
Bradley H Olsen Ecker (April 21, 1999)
Pages:
24 pages
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A humorous look at the Y2K problem.
  • Yozshugore
We didn't invent the Y2K problem, but we do have to live with it. Olsen-Ecker sums up the insanity of it all--the fact that the entire culture can be held hostage simply because some slob programmer was too lazy to use four digits and a calendar--with this extremely funny look at being on the losing end of a losing proposition. Written for those who move their lips when they read, this easy-to-understand, hard-to-put-down book is a great antidote to the predictions of world apocalypse and the end of civilization, which, frankly, probably needs to come to an end based on how we've handled things thus far. This was easily the funniest thing I've read since my insanity commital papers, which provokied a good laugh both in court and out. Be Warned--those who laugh easily could have a seizure. Best read after a few martinis or a bottle of wine and among friends who have the courage and decency to revive you should you pass out from the fun.
  • Slowly writer
If you read just one book about the Y2K problem, read this one, and read it soon (there's no time to lose). This hilarious account of what to expect as December 31, 1999 becomes January 1, 2000 takes you from ancient China to modern-day Texas and most places in between...and, you're guaranteed to encounter squab or two before the final page! The only thing funnier than the text is the photos - they're fabulous. So, get ready to laugh your way into the next millenium - get "The Y2K Computer Problem"
  • Malodor
There has been so much doomsaying about Y2K that it's really refreshing to glimpse the problem through the eyes someone crazy (or sane) enough to see the absurdity of it all. Doubltless to become a future classic that will seem even funnier next year.
  • Domarivip
Skewering all the sacred cows he could find, the author puts in their appropriate place all the Chicken Littles of Y2K paranoia. You'll laugh at the photos and wince at the puns. Highly recommended!
  • Sharpbrew
The end of the world is near, or so they would have us believe. Finally a true lunatic tells it like it is. Crazy as it is, Olsen-Ecker tells us the truth. And if it is I'm leaving to go to Iran.
  • Fenrikree
Fear and loathing on the road to Y2K! A surreal journey in context, in type design, in photos. It's riveting. It's by my bedside. It's a must buy.
  • Skrimpak
Very funny! Hilarious pictures, funny context. Whoever this man is, he is one hilarious, nuttyguy! This is a funny view of the Y2K problem, that everyone who panicks about it should definitely get. Bill Gates, watch out for Brad H. Olsen-Ecker! He can surely make anything funny, especially referring to Lady of the Water. Great Book!
This book will make you chuckle at the turn of ever page. The photographs are priceless and could go down in history as the most practical visual advice for the 21st century. An excellent gift to give before the end of the year. Stock up for Christmas stocking stuffers.