Internic address allocation policy
Bradley Ward Allen
ulmo at Q.Net
Sat Nov 23 00:09:36 UTC 1996
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> Again, anybody who's figured out how to force the Internic to be
> reasonable about address allocation, *please* drop me a note.
By everybody who I've talked to and the intuitions I have personally
perceived as well, the method being used is bribes. Only thing is,
since bribes aren't legal, you have to be a rather experienced bribe
maker. Perhaps you have to bribe a briber?
This, folks, is why we all hate the allocation policies of the Pigs
That Fly (excuse me, make that SAIC, er, Internic). This isn't
leftists looking for something to quarrel about (if so, where is all
our support from them?!); this is real stuff.
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