Market-based address allocation

Andrea Abrahamsen slinky at rogers.com
Thu May 1 18:28:33 UTC 2003



Valdis.Kletnieks at vt.edu wrote:

> On Thu, 01 May 2003 13:50:09 EDT, Valdis.Kletnieks at vt.edu said:
>
> > On Thu, 01 May 2003 12:37:22 CDT, Daniel Golding said:
> >
> > > bizaare. No management team would agree to it, because of the legal
> > > exposure, large cash outlay required, and uncertain return on investment.
> > > "Ok, Mr. CEO, give me $100M to corner the market on something that no one
> > > has ever made money on before. Oh yeah, we'll be sitting on that cash for
> > > a while, as we engage in activities likely to result in your future
> > > incarceration. Sign here, please"
> >
> > Oh?  You mean all the *other* management teams actually learned from Enron,
> > Worldcom, Adelphia, and so on?
>
> OK. I'm fed up.  What in the cited text triggered *THIS* one?  Is somebody at
> 'affidia.com' (source of this one) of the opinion that "management" is a
> separate race that is being discriminated against?
>
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I don't know, but according to the spambot, your name is 'Sender', and your message 'does npt comply !'

Sysadmin fatfinger or smoking something, you be the judge. :)


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Andrea Abrahamsen
Software Engineer, Intelligent Network Services
Cisco Systems





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