Thats exactly why I was suggesting that we group together and refine our
arguments. We should be aware and able to counteract any arguments that they
may throw at the PRO or other, like the VIAGRA example. Thats all I am
Yes agreed you point out, but we must remember that these guys spend their
day in meetings with people who want one thing or another and many of them
have large companies or interest groups with some finances if not the
national debt of Bolivia behind them. So we got to go in there utterly
professional (Not that I am suggesting otherwise or that there is any lack)
and kick ass.
Thats just my opinion though. Its better that we pick holes in our arguments
rather that letting them do it. Also if the meeting is due soon I think this
should be a high priority for every member who is interested. But these are
just personal opinions.
On Friday 13 July 2001 05:44, John P. Looney wrote:
> That's not what you want to target. What you do is point out things like
> "At the moment, spammers are now using SMS - the next step could be
> voicemail, where you have to pay to listen to a voicemail about a new
> breast enlargement clinic" etc.
>> SPAM is not just an irritation for geeks that get twenty spam's a day, in
> with their 300 mails from various lists & friends. It's potentially a
> problem for the rest of politicians voters too.
Talking bollox has never been this easy
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