poo, I never would've pegged you as an IT professional Gary, that surprises me. As for Microsoft PC based networks, we were already there with server level PC's (I'll never accept there is a difference between a server and a PC in that environment, as much as the sales creatures preach it, they're just much higher end PC hardware, there ain't any difference in the end result processing, although virtual servers look to be the way of the future, we're trialling them now with VMWare), hence the much easier glide we had into Y2K on the server side, our primary problem was software based. We just managed to get the funding to replace the majority of our PC fleet by running a simple Y2K compliance test proggy on them and proving they weren't, regardless of whether that mattered in the scheme of things. It never seems to work saying "they're outdated people can't get their work done" so in the much bigger picture the prime players just said "errr, they're not compliant, doom and gloom unless you replace" and it worked!
Kill one of our few nuclear research facilities??? I think not, expansion would be better. Nuclear power is safer than a lot of alternatives, pity we haven't gone that way yet. And if not, perhaps we should start investing more money into alternatives like hot-rock power etc., we're too f***ing complacent, and we'll pay for it when time runs out.
Oh poo, and here I was thinking you were going to be sane for a short period. Like I said to you at the beginning when you were sticking up for child-liquidateing cowards, I agree that the courts are WAY too favourable to the female point of view, to the detriment of both the fathers and children, but that will NEVER justify killing off the wife and-or kids. Only a pathetic coward would ever do that. As for dissolution??? If their biggest problem is that their wife left them and took their kids, and they end themselves over that, perhaps they should experience some of the poo other people go through. Pathetic really, weak f***ers, and f*** them.