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The year 2020 is upon us.
As I sit and I write this, it is New Year's Eve 2019. Yet, it feels like only a few years ago that we were certain the dark ages would return at the stroke of midnight.
Can we all just sit and reflect for a moment that the Y2K scare was two decades ago?
It was twenty years ago when my mom convinced my dad to buy a full-sized van with pink stripes, because she was certain that the TV inside it would still play Frasier while the world around her crashed and burned.
I still remember wincing and waiting for the electricity to blow as the clock struck midnight and the year 2000 arrived. Since I was 21 years old at the time, it didn't keep my group of friends from going out — I mean, who wants to be stuck at home in the middle of a societal breakdown?