Re: [ga] Diplomacy
This is one the most intelligent posts this self proclaimed bigot has ever
(he has proclaimed is refusal to work in a group with Americans)
And it is still a total waste.
Officer Spock from star trek never even suggested that others get rid of
emotion. I hope this "humanitarian" does not think himself seriously.
It is a sign of maturity and intelligence to weigh your emotion and include
it in your sensibilities to interaction with others. TR. is a really weird
duck. Bert mentioned not allowing boots to vote yesterday now I know what
he means, now I know what a boot is.
Is this request to turn on your brains in anyway reflective of a brain that
works even when turned on?
The election of this man has done more to damage ICON - DONS - GA then any
other factor since Posters death. I promise you that this man will help
dissolve the GA unless he is himself censored. There is now no human user
voice at all in ICON.
Long live the fleshy boots.
homes Rooster wrote:
> Peter de Blanc wrote:
> > You seem to disregard the fact that the GA includes the ccTLDs. In any
> > case your remarks below leave me with no desire to support your ideas,
> > even the ones I might agree with.
> I'd prefer if, on this mailing list, ideas could be judged, supported,
> or fought by their merit, and not by their origin. It's not a sign of
> maturity or intelligence (nor is it helpful for the purposes of this GA,
> or the DNSO as a whole) to fight an idea just because it is proposed by
> Danny Younger (or Joop Teernstra, or William Walsh, or Verisign, Inc, or
> the Business, Intellectual Property, or ccTLD Constituencies).
> More generally, may I ask that those who are posting in a mostly
> emotional manner try to turn on their brains before sending messages to
> this list, and refrain from unnecessary attacks and flames against
> individuals or constituencies? Such attacks are entirely unnecessary,
> inappropriate, and could poison this list's climate to a point where a
> discussion of issues is no longer possible.
> Have a nice week-end,
> Thomas Roessler (mobile) <email@example.com>
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