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Username: cambler
Date/Time: Fri, November 3, 2000 at 12:22 AM GMT (Thu, November 2, 2000 at 4:22 PM PST)
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I see that we're damned if we do, and damned if we don't. We set the price such that we avoid debt financing, and we're greedy. But if we do like Afilias, and operate at a loss, I maintain that we're foolish. I guess there's no pleasing you.

As for credit lines, please re-read them. You will see that the immediate amount available BEFORE ACCEPTANCE is $2m. After acceptance, that amount is unlimited and negotiable. Hardly less-than-well-funded. The pockets are as deep as they need to be. I appreciate that you disclaimed your accusal as a theory; as such, I'm happy to tell you that your theory is incorrect.

Finally, you insinuate that there are missing financials. There are not. Can you be more specific as to what's missing?

In summary, your objections are based on your own assumptions of financial fitness, and your own presumption that the public good requires us to charge a lower price. The first is, in my opinion, very wrong. The second, while laudable, assigned market forces to some "higher good" that just doesn't exist.

Christopher Ambler

Christopher Ambler
CTO, Image Online Design, Inc.
The .Web Internet Domain Registry

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