Just so you all know;
I am not an expert in any relevant field. I am a policy writer as far
as the internet goes. I gave up a consulting business, and said "hey
pay me to understand the Internet and I will do my own thing on the side
to make ends meet" They gave me two computers and said "learn". Then I
accidentally told a Secretary General in charge of the internet for his
country all that I had learned and he said "your it" and now I write
policy for emerging economies.
It is all a big mistake. Sure I have a law degree and was a member of
MENSA but you all know I am a "newbie". Compared to Mr. Walsh or Mr.
Teernstra and on and on, I don't know squat. In my office they joke
that with the electricity in my body I could ruin a VCR. I can't work
my Cellphone, here or in southeast Asia.
My three wonderful children learn from the net, are bilingual and insist
we do what we are doing. I stand by the proposition that it is not our
net but it belongs to the children you cannot yet see.
I am not just like you, I am a newbie with some domains, a wierd job,
and a ministry license in the second degree. I learned a monstrous
amount in Melbourne. Ok so I have a degree in Philosophy also (that
should not go outside this list)
I will say this two American ways:
Shocka bro check this wierd thing out, I aint wit it but i in it.
DAng sure there I was and here I is.
I am a dotcommoner and nothing more.
I know this is not correct because any chair should only stand for what
the GA says he stands for but I will not and can not give up these three
These are non-debatable issues, they have been decided. We must
move forward to increase our effectiveness in each principal.
Multilingualism first because it is the "root service" to all the rest.
I have no right to be on this list of distingushed candidates, but
if I die increasing lingual and cultural understanding then my children
will endorse my platform, and so will yours.
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