Normally I wouldn't reply regarding this stuff. I have too much to do. But
this just fsckin' pissed me off!
On 26 May 2000, Santa Claus wrote:
>November is the new start date. And seems like you have to get a spirit
>account to use them.
Utterly incorrect! While the PARENT company Genesis Technology did a deal
with Interroute, it has nothing to do with the ISP, it was for a
different project. There is no reason to use them (for us that is, if you
decide YOU want them, then go ahead). We certainly don't require/ask
>capital costs..etc. so now they are sharing profits with
Again, complete bollox!
> Oh, and they reckon they are a Cork Company
What else would you call a company based ENTIRELY in Cork, and being run
by Cork people? We have nice new offices that we moved into on Monday down
in the Marina Commercaial Park. Is there some special clause excluding our
30,000 sq ft from Cork? ;o)
You also said "you didn't like the sound of it from the beginning". Well
aren't you a true anti-Cork person then eh? What the hell is wrong with
the sound of 160+ jobs being created in Cork, and millions being pumped
into the economy? What is wrong with big
technology companies such as ISPs etc finally leaving Dublin. What is
wrong with there being more oppertunities for Cork Linux heads to get
I don't reply to mails about Genesis, as I don't have the time. And most
of them are about the "technology", which I have nothing to do with, and
don't have much information on. But my God man, get a fsckin' grip here!
by all means be as sceptical about the technology as you want, I would be
the same if I were on the other side of the fence. But with regards to the
Opinions are my own and not that of the company, etc etc etc, yada yada
yada. Usual shite
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