God called his first ever staff meeting.
He invited Boris Yeltsin, Bill Clinton and Bill Gates.
When they arrived, God greeted them and said, "This isn't in our strategic plan, but the Council of Angels has authorized me to tell you this. The world will come to an end this Saturday. Thanks for coming,and I hope you can make some use of this information."
When he got back to Moscow, Yeltsin called the first meeting of the Politburo since 1991. He told the assembled leaders, "Gentlemen, I've got some bad news and some terrible news. First the bad news, there is a God. Second the terrible news, the world ends on Saturday."
When he got back to Washington, Clinton called a joint session of Congress, and addressed it so: "My fellow Americans, I bring you some bad news and some good news. The good news is, there is a God. The bad news is the world ends Saturday."
When Bill Gates got back to Seattle, he rented the King Dome and invited all Microsoft employees. When they had assembled, he spoke: "I've called you here to pass along some good news and some wonderful news. The good news is, God thinks I'm one of the three most influential people on Earth. The wonderful news is, we don't have to fix Windows95."
Well if Gates isn't going to fix Windows95, do we have to do Y2K?