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Rebuttal to Mr. Weisberg's insinuations

uh huh....yeah...bravo.....

so what are you going to do?  design and build a united nations like
bureaucracy with proprtional representation from everywhere on earth we
can have every one debate and come out with a truly "representative"
solution for ip allocation policy?

any body got any idea of the money needed to support that?  or the time
given the caucophany of this mail list needed to arrive at any kind
of operational policy?  the cost of a 19/ needed to support that type of
operation would be pretty awesome.

go our guest....just don't guarantee anyone routable numbers
until you have IANA's agreement that it supports your move.

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On Sat, 19 Jul 1997, Larry Vaden wrote:

> At 11:27 AM 7/19/97 -0500, Robert T. Nelson wrote:
> >
> >THIS is the question I have been trying to get an answer to!
> >
> >If you want a network that can be governed in a democratic fashion, you
> >have to *design that into the network*