[ppml] IPv6 flawed?
dean at av8.com
Tue Sep 18 16:47:25 EDT 2007
On Tue, 18 Sep 2007, Kevin Kargel wrote:
> Now that is patently untrue.. I got a speeding ticket in South Dakota
> last year for 79 mph on the interstate and it cost me $73.
I didn't say that the entire interstate system in SD had a 75mph posted
speed limit. Just that some parts did. Try I90 west of Mitchell. I also
suppose they could have changed the speed limit since I was last there.
The speed limits also slow down near and though cities, so it depends on
where you got the ticket.
> Agreed that penalties are adjusted to the severity of the condition,
> but the Officer is still not going to let you off because you say you
> need to go fast to make your job more efficient.
Of course not. But it isn't because they don't care about the human, as
you originally stated. Its just the opposite; its because they do care
about the human.
> As for the rest, I think you actually reinforced my point. Thanks.
You are welcome. I think we agree on the facts, but not the principles
behind the facts.
> So far as I know, Legacy owners have no license from "the government"..
> there is no piece of paper from "the government" giving them rights.
> Maybe I am wrong, but I have not heard of such a document.
There is indeed a piece of paper, and ARIN keeps it in a book.
Registrations were originally by paper and mail. I suppose you
young'uns don't know what those are. We also didn't have cell phones
back that, and numeric pagers were "cool", unless you had to carry one
> I have already said that the Legacy owners need to be able to retain
> what they have, if they choose to do so.
And I, for one, appreciate that.
> Yes ARIN can be replaced, as can any agreement ever made. Look at most
> of the treaties entered in to between the US and another governance.
Certainly, any agreement can be changed with the consent of both
parties. However, ARIN doesn't have to consent not to be the registrar
anymore. That can be dictated by DoC/IANA. I think perhaps it might be
a good idea to change registrar's again, just so that people don't
forget that its a possibility.
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