LET'S JUST GO AROUND
Ummm... I am Karl Auerbach. I am not Karl Denninger, the author of the
e-mail you quoted and are apparently responding to.
I graduated from Loyola of Los Angeles Law School with a JD cum laude.
I am an attorney, licensed in California and the US Federal courts.
Your email, quoted below, really concerns me.
Many people on this list do not realize that there are two "Karl"s. As a
consequence many people may take your comments below as deriding me and my
ability in one of my professions. I don't like that.
Please be careful to launch barbs at the right target.
On Fri, 7 Feb 1997, David R. Conrad wrote:
> The law school you got your law degree from would seem to have left
> out or misinformed you on certain aspects of anti-trust law in the US.
> I'd recommend suing them for a refund.
> >> > Very true. Now if *SOMEBODY*, *ANYBODY* at ARIN would just come out
> >> > and *say* "you can get a /19 if you're multihoming, even if you're
> >> > not big enough", I'll shut up on this topic. ;)
> >> I don't think that would be sensible. If you're not big enough to qualify
> >> for a /19 then you should get a longer prefix. If you have trouble
> >> getting that routed, perhaps you are not paying enough to the providers
> >> that you want to carry your route.
> >> --apb (Alan Barrett)
> >You have just described a textbook violation of anti-trust law.
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