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Re: Jim Clark, "Mr. Bubble"


Dan Weinstein:

>You have just proven your self to be a hypocrite.  If you expect of
>others more than you expect of your self, you need to reevaluate your
>own life.  If you are not willing to risk your life, fortune, and
>reputation on your beliefs, how can you expect Mr. Clark or anyone
>else to do the same.

      And you've just proven yourself to be "a little bit slow";
hypocrites, at least, can change their ways. This discussion is about the
effects that Jim Clark, someone who is assessed as a billionaire and who
heads a Wall St.-bedazzling multibillion-dollar corporation, can have on
USG crypto policy; yet you would get into a tawdry comparison of "personal
failings." I will continue not to trumpet the specifics of any
crypto-promoting illegalities which I may or may not have engaged in, and
I'll thank you to do the same.


>"I understand by 'freedom of Spirit' something quite definite -
>the unconditional will to say No, where it is dangerous to say
>           Friedrich Nietzsche

      BU was right: there's gotta be a self-help book called something
like "Learning to Say YES!" that would provide you with a more appropriate

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