Re: [ga] White Elephant
Good as far as it goes but there are some who yelled "elephant" and
we were summarily kicked out by the others and you along with others stood
by and said nothing of the elephant! Because you had such precious
rules it was and is not allowed to proclaim that the emperor has no clothes.
Spinelessness causes all kinds of problems, but we reap that which
Stories Sotiropoulos wrote:
"William S. Lovell" wrote:
I am of the opinion that it is in fact a malicious slander and libel.
Aren't there laws against this sort of thing? But, then again, look
at what the lawmakers of the day are passing off as law...
Sandy Harris wrote:
What I found seems much worse:
And the so-called Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act was
Don't settle for your second choice domain.
first choice in our catalog of more than 2
pre-registered domains for sale.
As I read that, they are hoarding domains in a horrendous way.
written precisely to allow them to do that. They could
be a "cybersquatter," but what else you'd call that (given the invention
of that atrocious term in the first place) I've no idea.
Who/what has authority over domain names? What is the definition
of domain names as property? For that matter, what is a domain name?
It's funny... how the most glaring questions/issues can be ignored.
It's like the White Elephant in a Room story. You see, we're all
in this room, along with a great big White Elephant in the centre.
The beast is so large, we're all pressed up against the very walls due
to its presence. We have to literally squeeze around the elephant
to cross the room... BUT, nobody ever talks about the elephant...
not one of us... Well, when someone comes along and points the White
Elephant out and asks about its presence, what will our answer be?
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