chris at fiberpimp.net
Wed Dec 10 19:34:30 UTC 2003
May I add that a lot of NANOG people actually use IRC for many reasons.
You would be suprised to learn how many of the people posting to NANOG
chat on a daily basis in a certain #nanog channel. Would you be pissed to
know that I'm an IRCer and I also own NANOG.NET ?
ohh and also, #nanog has members of "tier-1" peers on there. He's just
asking a simple question and I think it would be interesting to know his
If our countries (I'm canadian) are so free, I should and we should all be
allowed to say whatever we want, whenever we want which includes that
the nanog-l is not WILLIAM LEIBZON's personnal hatered list. If he wants
people to read on his stuff, he can just start his own list.
On Wed, 10 Dec 2003 trelane at 2mbit.com wrote:
> bash.org... bash.org... now where have I seen that... AAH YES! So then a
> group dedicated solely to efforts at documenting trolling on IRC should be
> given credibility as to what is/isn't said on NANOG? Yes there are
> members of ICANN, ARIN, and most "tier-1" peers on here. You might even
> see bash.org stick it's neck out and get it chopped off from time to time.
> And now back to things that are less fattening on my killfile.
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Blaxthos" <blaxthos at bash.org>
> > To: <william at elan.net>
> > Cc: <nanog at merit.edu>
> > Sent: Wednesday, December 10, 2003 3:00 PM
> > Subject: Authority
> >> hello,
> >> i've been reading nanog-l/inet-access for many many years (just a
> >> shadow,
> >> i don't post).
> >> i am just curious... do you have any authority/commission from arin (or
> >> anyone else)? or is yours a rogue vigilante mission? does anyone ask
> >> you
> >> to undertake the battles you feel justified in engaging in?
> >> this is certainly not flame bait, but it is an honest question. you're
> >> very self-righteous, and although you may have valid points (i withold
> >> judgement) i really want to know what gives you the right/authority to
> >> say
> >> the things you say about others.
> >> /blaxthos
> > In the north-american country I happen to live in, you do not need
> > 'authority' to express your opinions. If your country is different, I
> > offer
> > my condolences.
> > Paul
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