Facebook over IPv6
dougb at dougbarton.us
Sat Jun 11 20:59:40 CEST 2011
On 6/11/2011 11:51 AM, Ted Mittelstaedt wrote:
> Just a hypothetical question for you:
> If everyone on the list agrees
I don't think everyone on the list agrees with you. In fact, I haven't
seen evidence that anyone agrees with you. I have seen several people
try to, as politely as possible, get you to look at the situation from
google's perspective in the hopes that you'll see that you're being less
than completely rational about it. Since that's out of character for
you, I've been willing to give you the benefit of the doubt, but ...
> that the waterboarding people is bad and
> nobody speaks up, then why wouldn't the Bush administration believe that
> everyone isn't all peachy keen with it?
> Substitute "whitlisting IPv6" for "waterboarding people" and "Google"
> for "the Bush administration" and I think you get my point.
This is simply absurd. You're arguing rather vehemently for "my network,
my rules," while at the same time attempting to deny google the same
They have made their perspective and reasoning clear on this topic, and
in spite of many of us disagreeing with them (and more than a few of us
attempting to change their minds) they are steadfast.
So, let's move on.
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