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    Marilyn "AT&T" Cade is from AT&T
    by Anonymous on Saturday December 04 2004, @06:09AM (#14519)
    Marilyn "AT&T" Cade is from AT&T

    Why do you continue to perpetuate the word games ?

    Do you take ANY responsibility for perpetuating the ICANN and ISOC shams ?

    The casual reader has no clue who Marilyn Cade is.
    One of the major **problems** with the liberal
    academic players has always been the myth that
    people are individuals and only operate as
    individuals. That is not the case. Marilyn Cade
    is a highly-paid Washington D.C. lobbyist from
    AT&T. She is clueless and she could not care
    less about "the Internet Community". She is a
    meat-space person and a traditional long-distance
    telco voice-to-voice person. More importantly,
    she is a big-money-trumps-the-little-guy person.
    She has been one of the main manipulators of
    the ICANN-regime from the start, along with
    similar cronies from IBM.

    As an academic, if you entered a school yard
    of third graders and you noticed that one of
    the kids was 6 feet tall and weighed 200 lbs.
    and was kicking the other kids in the teeth
    would you not take notice ? Would you look out
    at that school yard and say, "Oh, la-de-da
    all of the kids are equal and they play so
    well with each other", "pay no attention to
    that one kid that just elbowed another and
    sent them flying into the pavement". Life as
    an academic is so pure and so wonderful.
    Let's all put our rose-colored glasses on
    and ignore the realities of the world.

    Do you take ANY responsibility for perpetuating the ICANN and ISOC shams ?

    Did you notice ?
    Marilyn "AT&T" Cade is from AT&T
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    Re:Marilyn "AT&T" Cade is from AT&T
    by Mueller (muellerNO@SPAMsyr.edu) on Thursday December 09 2004, @05:30PM (#14537)
    User #2901 Info | http://istweb.syr.edu/~mueller/
    A few weeks ago, Marilyn Cade announced her retirement from AT&T effective the end of the year.
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