bill at herrin.us
Fri Jan 7 09:16:06 EST 2011
On Fri, Jan 7, 2011 at 8:01 AM, Vaughn Thurman - Swift Systems
<vaughn at swiftsystems.com> wrote:
> Though I shudder to consider the responses I may get, and truly do not
>suggest any intentional bad play, it still needs to be said:
> Some of the folks who are pushing this have potential alterior motives,
>such as being IPv6 consultants, authors/content providers, speakers,
>trainers, service providers, etc.
1. Lying beyond what is evident, revealed, or avowed, especially being
concealed intentionally so as to deceive: an ulterior motive.
You can't have it both ways. Either they're engaging in deceptive play
(which I don't believe for an instant) or they don't have ulterior
motives, they just have regular motives. You, me, the prop 125 guys,
we ALL have a regular motive: we're trying to improve the state of the
Internet, for each of our honest personal definitions of "improve."
Definitions we've each reached from years and decades of experience in
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