[ga] Re: A point of agreement (Re: [ga-roots] response to responsetoresponse)
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- Date: Thu, 31 May 2001 09:06:24 +0200
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The problem WXW is that you are never allways and everywhere the strongest.
To multiply foes is never a good business leader stragey. Look at the
impact Leah already got. Look at ".bz" now (you cannot say that I did not
warn). Never good to play above the rules, the response may come back below
the rules... and worst within the rules. As it currently develop.
And this is true for .pro and .name as well (some will understand)
On 07:12 31/05/01, William X. Walsh said:
>Wednesday, May 30, 2001, 10:07:05 PM, NameCritic wrote:
> > Perfect statement to prove the point William. Thank you. So the small
> > business is ignored due to power and influence. You'll deny that is what
> > that means but it is here to reread if you like.
> > I can't say it any better than you did, so I'll stop right there.
>Welcome to a free market economy. Sink or swim, survival of the
>William X Walsh
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