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Username: antipathy
Date/Time: Thu, March 14, 2002 at 9:11 PM GMT
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Subject: Stuart's up to the oldest tricks in the book - telling the


boss or subordinates that something can't be done for cost reasons, for time reasons, for technological reasons - then calls into the doubt the benefits of trying to achieve whatever it was the boss or subordinates wanted - but can't be done for the reasons proffered.  He then uses the politician's ruse of attacking the credibility of whomever it was who wanted something done.  Generally when someone begins a personal attack on someone with differing ideas, the attacker is aware that their own case or argument doesn't have much going for it.

Should we have expected better from the man who I think must bear responsibility for the culture of corruption that is now evident in ICANN's governance of the DNS and which made possible the scams and shams of the .info and .biz launches?

Will will anything change while Stuart Lynn retains a position at the top of the authority responsible for DNS governance?

It is ICANN's governance of the DNS which is the joke, not the contributions of this forum's posters who want ICANN to be ethical and accountable and transparent.


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