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Re: Re[2]: [IDNO-DISCUSS] RE: [ga] BIND 1999 Survey and ICANN Support(fwd)

William Baby - your back.  You told Baptista you had left for good.  We'll
I'm glad that was not much more then hot gas on your part.  It's good to
have you back.

Now, Baptista is not interested in responding.  If people have valid
question he will address them.  But he's not into drag queen fag baiting.
It's my job to deal with trolls and drag queen.

So with that said, I shall provide you with a reply ;-)

On Thu, 9 Sep 1999, William X. Walsh wrote:

> That would be the one that was intentionally misleading?


> > A list of groups identified as having an interest in our bind99 database
> > are listed at the following schedule.
> This sentence implies that those groups have express an "interest" and
> your implication is that they MUST have an interest, simply because
> you identity them.

No, it implies nothing more then an invitation list.  Which has grown
since we published it.  We were actually asked to add some groups.  We
also have no problem with removing names.  The parties responsible may do
so to Baptista via email.

If any group wanting to run the internet has no interest in petitioning
the people who control it, then I assure you we'll remove them from the
list and make that fact known.  There you go Willy, a solution.  Who
want's to be removed from our list?

> Fortunately none of the groups on that list see PCCF as anything to
> take seriously, or you might have found yourself on the receiving end
> of demands to remove names from your notices unless you make it
> perfectly clear that those groups have not expressed any interest in ,
> nor any support for, your project(s).

I should address this breifly, although Baptista would do a better job.

I don't think it's our position to really care one way or the other who
does or does not take us seriously.  Were not being paid for that.

That's not at issue.  We hope however that those who wish power take the
people who we have identified as controlling the internet seriously.  We
estimate there are about 190,000 of them and PCCF only represents one of
those 190,000 individuals or business.

Were not here to run the show William.  But we are here to faciltate and
empower those who can and will.

I suggest if you want to argue this with Baptista you alter your approach.
A classical education in philosophy, logic and debate would be good
starting points.

Again, welcome back William.  A man who can't keep his word is as valuable
as one who can't, depending on the application.

Jeff Mason

Planet Communication & Computing Facility           mason@pccf.net 
Public Access Internet Research Publisher           1 (212) 894-3704 ext. 1033