Re: [ga] percentages and numbers of cases
With all due respect Mr. Crocker but this analysis is wrong.
It is like saying if you cannot prove what casuses the symptoms do not
and cure the illness. You put modern remedial logic on it's head in a
water with these comments.
If you have an infection, a doctor tries one antibiotic, if it does not
then he has narrowed it down and gives your a different spectrum base.
modern medicine most infections are defeated.
We have an ill UDRP, let us not wait till the patient is dead before we
cure it. Even if we only cure the perceptions, as in a hypocondriac, the
patient will be well.
Hum, maybe some amendments could be looked at as a placebo?
Good logic is most often useful when the dilema is present but the facts
Dave Crocker wrote:
> At 09:57 AM 4/8/2001, Cade,Marilyn S - LGA wrote:
> >Has anyone who said they didn't get notice in time asked for an extension
> >and been denied?
> In fact this thread has devolved into making a series of undocumented
> claims about one or another pattern of problems with the UDRP.
> The rule for deciding what to change in an
> established process is first to document the
> problem that needs fixing.
> That is, make sure there is a significant problem.
> Having heard one or another report that someone, somewhere has some sort of
> problem does not warrant making a change to ensure that that particular
> thing never happens again.
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