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Big Deal This new year was supposed to be different It was supposed to be something bigger and better than all the past new years So much for the chaos destruction and giant celebrations that were supposed to happen With all the hype built up around this new years its no wonder that it seemed to be such a disappointment For myself it was like every other new years although I must admit that all the speculation and predictions made the ball drop a little bit slower than usual I had heard about the religious cults terrorists and overly concerned people taking drastic measures and making ridiculous predictions about the new millennium Bombs were going to go off all over banks would crash electricity would shut down and people would return to the dark ages and loot and riot all day and night The less drastic predictions included atms spitting out money into the street and people would be billed for a hundred year conversation if they were on the phone when the clock struck twelve Although they are more believable than some predictions I have yet to see the day when an atm shoots money out into the street wouldnt it be nice Honestly I think the people who bought bottled water and stock-piled canned goods had let the media hype get to them and they werent thinking clearly I only know one person who joined in on the millennium madness and that was my crazy aunt She bought a shotgun and learned to shoot it just so she was ready when the world as we know it came to an end as if a shotgun or any other gun for that matter could have stopped that When she told our family at Christmas time we all passed each other funny looks and laughed very loud on the inside My own hopes for the new
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