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    Re:Baloney
    by tbyfield (reversethis-{moc.xinap} {ta} {dleifybt}) on Monday February 24 2003, @08:29AM (#11232)
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    not for nothing does the default installation of slash call anonymous contributors 'anonymous cowards.' if you're going to savage someone like amadeu in such personal terms, the very least you could do is sign your name, if only because, were you to sign your name, your tune would change. there are good reasons for anonymity, but using it as a launching pad for ad hominem isn't one of them.

    cheers,
    t
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    Re:Baloney by tbyfield
    Re:Baloney
    by Anonymous on Monday February 24 2003, @09:23AM (#11234)
    Signing my name to posts won't change history. The buck stops with the Directors, period. Comments here contributed by anonymous posters are either truth, or not. A signature does not change facts. Instead of Abril i Abril screaming and yelling at the top of his lungs that the new TLD selections back in November 2000 were a done deal before ICANN accepted 50 large from so many suckered applicants, he just sat on his hands, abstaining from the whole mess. He was part of the problem, not the solution. He sat by while crooks were awarded new TLDs, while honest applicants were slapped down by the Board. I find great humor in the fact that everyone here is so goddamn concerned about name calling, and less concerned about the fraud perpetrated on domain name consumers. You cannot blame me, nor other ripped-off consumers for harboring tremendous angst. Every friggin' departing Director claims ICANN is a mess, after they've helped make that mess. Then you have Karl Auerbach, who seems to be the apologist for those who made Karl the lame duck he became.
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    • Re:Baloney by tbyfield Tuesday February 25 2003, @09:05AM
      • Re:Baloney by Anonymous Wednesday February 26 2003, @11:48AM


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