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Y2K Survival has the products you need to survival the Year 2000. We have emergency food and a Online Survivial Equipment Store! Get 1 Year Emergency Food for Only $ 42.00 Per Month. Preparedness Kits, Survival Tools, Water Filters and More!


-- John Schultz (y2k3@smartbotpro.net), July 12, 1999


Isn't there a preparation forum for this type of sales pitch?


-- Mr. Decker (kcdecker@worldnet.att.net), July 12, 1999.

I guess he is confident the banking system is healthy.... $42 a month for a year's food.... PUHLEEZE....

Got credit cards????

checkin' out the neighbor....

The Dog

-- Dog (Desert Dog@-sand.com), July 12, 1999.


You should not post this kind of information here. This is a community forum and not a place to sell your services or your wares. If you want to discuss your personal views on Y2k then please have at it.

The TBY2k Prep Forum may not be a place for this kind of sales pitch either. You should talk to the moderators of that forum as to what guidelines they are working under.

If you want to advertise you should consider that advertising on a website costs money just as it would advertising anywhere else and you should be ready to pay. I wish you well and much success.


(aka as an "I'm not worthy" part of the TBy2k Forum Moderators Group) ===============================================================

-- Michael Taylor (mtdesign3@aol.com), July 12, 1999.


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Just following up on your visit to your site, did not see your order for any of our High Quality Food from you.

I can understand any hesitation in making a purchase but keep in mind that Y2K is not that far away, it will be here sooner than you think.

If Y2K never comes, guess what you have some great Restaurant Quality food for only 1.35 per meal. Where else can you find that kind of deal, you can't.

Some experts are saying that by September there will be a limited supply of emergency food. And by October you will start seeing shelves getting empty very fast, because people will be stockpiling food.

Remember Family Preparedness Now, has Restaurant Quality food with a shelf life of 8 to 15 years. Canned goods start losing their nutrients after a few months.

So protect you family.

To order some great Restaurant Quality emergency food go to Family Preparedness Now

Thank you John Schultz Family Preparedness Now! http://moneysearch.hypermart.net/y2k/ ===================================================================

It is my humble request that this thread be deleted by the sysop asap.





Mike ==========================================================

-- Michael Taylor (hates spam@like this.com), July 12, 1999.

Well i'll be dog-goned or, better yet, I'll be with the dog....42.00 for a year? Yeah right.... Swamp land is cheap here in Ohio, anyone interested? SCAM....

-- consumer (private@aol.com), July 12, 1999.

We could speculate that a large can of really bad dog food can feed a family of 4 at least enough per day to sustain life for a year. It might not be a great life...but...

So, lets say John is actually being generous and packaging 3 cans of dog food per day at .40 a can for 31 days...that = 37.20

throw in a couple bags of those cool doggie treats and you're up to $42.00 per month.

It can be done!

me 8=8 woof woof ---------------------------------------------->>>>

-- me (right here@home.com), July 12, 1999.

As furbie would say "YUMMMM" LOL

-- consumer (private@aol.com), July 12, 1999.

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