kent at songbird.com
Fri Mar 21 18:25:18 UTC 1997
On Fri, Mar 21, 1997 at 09:41:08AM -0800, Paul A Vixie wrote:
> > Now, you see. That's interesting, because I don't have any trouble
> > imagining Paul say no, even to someone who has been giving him money. It
> > has to do with the nature of the person. That's been one of the hallmarks
> > of the Internet, the personal integrity of those put into positions of
> > responsibility.
> :-). I guess you can see that David and I have worked together. Twice he
> has been my indirect supervisor, and as it turns out he never heard me say
> "no" but he has heard me say "f*** o** and d** m*****f*****", and I dare say
> that Network Solutions has heard even choicer words when they screw up.
> Giving me money is no guarantee of polite treatment. I do the right thing,
> money or no money. The funny thing is, people keep giving me money anyway.
A slight correction: You do what *you think* is the right thing.
Kent Crispin "No reason to get excited",
kent at songbird.com,kc at llnl.gov the thief he kindly spoke...
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