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    Re:"I've yet to receive any such survey"
    by fnord (groy2kNO@SPAMyahoo.com) on Friday July 02 2004, @11:18AM (#13856)
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    I can't help wondering if you're a blog annoy bot (in which case I imagine I should expect a reply), Jeff Williams slightly smarter brother (or he's finally taken my advice and figured out what a spell-checker is), or Kent Crispin engaged in a disinformation campaign (through making all icannwatchers look like nutbars by association). Hmmm. Then again it is possible to be some or all of the above, as when Kent got caught out impersonating Jeff (sadly, I've yet to hear of the reverse occurring). -g
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    Re:"I've yet to receive any such survey" by fnord
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    Are you trying to get Nominated to the ICANN Board
    by Anonymous on Friday July 02 2004, @02:21PM (#13857)
    Are you trying to get Nominated to the ICANN Board ?



    http://www.icann.org/announcements/announcement-30 jun04.htm
    [icann.org]


    Are you planning on nominating Kent Crispin to
    the ICANN Board ?


    Can you explain what hours Kent works at the
    ICANN office in Southern California ?


    How does he do that from his home in Northern
    California ?

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      OT: crispin-williams-bot
      by fnord (groy2kNO@SPAMyahoo.com) on Friday July 02 2004, @04:59PM (#13858)
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      I've worked for SillyConValley tech firms and others elsewhere in the US since long before ICANN existed. I normally live in Canada and only commute when absolutely necessary. Many of us have progressed from the two tin cans connected by a string mode of communication, although Kent did chide me a few years ago for complaining about not being able to do an online DNSO vote due to being temporarily even further in the hinterland.

      Your normal 90 degrees off reality worldview seems to have spun further out of control to 180. I came to bury Kent Crispin, not to praise him. You bring to mind the saying:

      Some people are too stupid to fool. ~Erasmus
      .You're clearly too stupid to fool with. -g
      [ Reply to This | Parent ]
      Saddam Husseim Nominated for ICANN Board ?
      by Anonymous on Saturday July 03 2004, @07:22AM (#13862)
      AMMAN, JORDAN -- The daughter of Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi will help defend Saddam Hussein in court, a Jordanian lawyer and member of the legal team representing the former Iraqi dictator said yesterday. Aicha Moammar Gadhafi, a law professor, will form a Libyan law experts team to defend Saddam Hussein, Ziad al-Khasawneh told AP.

      Saddam Husseim will also be nominated for the ICANN Board.

      One has to wonder if Vinton Cerf will be calling
      for Saddam Husseim to head up the Committee
      in charge of Official Public Floggings, which
      Cerf has ordered. ?


      http://news.com.com/1606-2-5239781.html
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