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[Comment-Dnso] Re: [dnso.discuss] Re: [IFWP] Re: Modifications to ICIIU Guidelines a nd NCDNHC definition
Sure KCKid. Or was that TBone.....no that was just your nickname on
Internet Relay Chat. Yes, these are the sorts of names the CEO of a
multibillion dollar corporation would use on the Net.
I guess that is why no one will publicly take you seriously (though
you claim they do so privately, you won't provide proof of it).
Your message below is just one of many in which you claim others are
lying and fail to provide any proof of it.
It is no wonder everyone but Kerry ignores your messages.
I think I will go back to that myself. I thought, mistakenly I see,
that you were ready to actually have a substantive discussion based on
facts. Oh well.
On Tue, 01 Jun 1999 16:10:49 +0100, Jeff Williams
>William and all,
> Again it has been made clear to everyone that both WIlliam Walsh
>and John Reynolds have decided to debase themselves in casting
>false aspersions upon another organization. This is indeed both
>unfortunate and a sad commentary to their respective reputations.
>And in doing so they are now on record in contributing to denigrating
>the DNSO process potentially rendering it of questionable and certainly
>limiting impact and influence on future Domain Name issues and policies.
>William X. Walsh wrote:
>> On Tue, 01 Jun 1999 18:11:40 -0400, Michael Sondow <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> >John B. Reynolds a écrit:
>> >> You evidently didn't check out COMTELCA (http://www.comtelca.hn) very
>> >> closely. Its membership is limited to telecommunications companies and
>> >> telecom regulators, and its Web site includes price lists for various
>> >> commercial services it provides (see
>> >COMTELCA is a non-profit corporation established by the Central
>> >American Telecommunications Treaty, a multilateral international
>> >treaty supported and approved by the United Nations. The fact that
>> >it charges for certain services has absolutely nothing to do with
>> >its status as a non-commercial organization. You're barking up the
>> >wrong tree. You'll have to look elsewhere for dirt to spread.
>> Changing your definition again to bolster your support I see......
>> Before if their primary purpose was to provide support to commercial
>> organizations, you adamantly demanded they be excluded. I guess since
>> they serve your purpose, you are not quite so adamant about it.
>> William X. Walsh email@example.com
>> General Manager, DSo Internet Services
>> Fax:(209) 671-7934
>> The Law is not your mommy or daddy to go
>> crying to every time you have something
>> to whimper about.
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William X. Walsh email@example.com
General Manager, DSo Internet Services
The Law is not your mommy or daddy to go
crying to every time you have something
to whimper about.