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Re: Re: [ga] Final draft of proposed mailing list rules

No Roberto, that is not the case at all for the low turnout. I will
enlighten you.

Joop Teernstra has alienated, I would venture to say, 99 percent of the
people he still lists as supporters and founding members of his little
JDNO. Why, if he were to remove all of the obsolete content from his
website he would only be left with a little KIWI logo. Have you checked to
see if NSI is still emblazoned with that button?

Joop's Nazi-like practice of fascismo has earned him the "Kiss of Death"
title that he so candidly assigned to JW, Crispin, and Crocker, Whose
agendas have almost always been clear.

Heir Teernstra, on the other hand, has shown himself to be a snake in the
grass - the spider talking to the fly, inviting the poor little gullible
thing in and sucking it's blood from the impaled wounds he inflicts.

Run Away, Run Away, or.... "Be afraid. Be very afraid." Joop Teernstra
will turn to scum any righteous crusade that ventures into his maniacal
web, believing that he is sincere - When he is in fact a villainous liar,
cheat, and dispicable wretch, who will sodomize and emasculate your cause
by sheer association.

No, Teernstra is an animal, beast, that should be given a wide berth with
which to forage for victims. Stay clear of him for he is as deadly as the

Mr Gaetanno, the reason for the low turnout is because almost everyone
here knows what a fraud, thief, and liar that Joop Teernstra is. He has an
enourmous capacity for evil, and he emotes it.  

--Bradley D. Thornton MCSE; MCT.--  , bootstrap  of
the Cyberspace Association,
the constituency for Individual Domain Name Owners
http://www.idno.org  (or direct:) 

On Tue, 18 Jan 2000, Roberto Gaetano wrote:

> William,
> You wrote:
> >
> >It is really too bad that the GA has selected a voting mechanism that 
> excludes
> >people using text and/or non-Javascript browsers from participating.
> >
> >I will only guess that the person who maintains that booth didn't 
> properly
> >disclose this to the GA asst. chair when the offer was made.
> >
> The limitations were known to me, because I was participating in the 
> IDNO when the discussion on the voting booth took place.
> This is just an initial try to get an opinion poll together. Of course, 
> when we will perform a "real" vote (I mean with identity verification 
> and all that stuff) we will make sure that the technology will not be an
>  obstacle to the voters. Right now, it seems to me that the causes for 
> low participartion are mainly others.
> Regards
> Roberto