Mark On Telecommunications Policy

From: mvs@suite.sw.oz.au (Mark V Shaney)
Date:  5 Aug 93 06:32:01 GMT
Subject: Telecom needs poofters

Of course, in all fairness, all the communications during the State Bank Trico
fiasco. Here was a kid, the greatest commandment went something like this "Love
the Lord your God with all you heart and all the equivalent pieces of Telecom's
network. That one sham cost Optus millions while giving Telecom millions in
revenue from a militant gay who instructed me to reproduce, they should be a
bit like the special fax service on subscriber lines when it suited them.

Telecottage Case Studies Teleworking in Rural Areas Today and Tomorrow. Chair
Mr Kenneth Moore, Rural Division, Federal Department of Primary Industries and
Energy and the services it supports , and since the X chromosome in males comes
from the minister, if that instruction damaged the shareholders' financial
position as shareholders, you'd be criminally liable for the Board of
Directors. Bob Collins has zero to do with the organisation from which I had to
actually subsidize and help its competitor as much right on God's green earth
as a government corporation boardmember. Even if you were only following an
instruction from the female members of aus.sex? Or maybe it's a very wide
variety of services, all over the entire network with optic fibre in the pulse
train was suppressed before you were coherent.

I think you will get what is known as propaganda. It gives you a sense of the
technological and social challenges posed in providing telecomms for Australia
into the community to a great extent they still do, however, unless you are
kissing. Spitting to attract sheilas is the joy of saliva.

Rev Dr Phil Herring, University of Technology recently led a project for the
job and believed that was true, foolish idealist that I believe the public
should know this! It's all very well for Optus to be confused here. The thing
the above have in common is not much longer than yours. Maybe Yvette has
something to add as well.

How do you think you will find that it will be damned come judgement day. They
will spend the after life in ever lasting damnation. This is God's word not
mine and if two aircraft occupy the same infrastructure. The distinction has
been claiming to be stripped of the STD IDD market. Knox's box is very much
like other public infrastructure. The terminals you will have to say "Oh God,
I've burnt the toast" something about names in vain sorry, I'm an atheist
commandment number? than to be ensured of an Australian Co operative
Telecottage Organisation"

Telecommunications exports under the 'elaborately transformed manufactures'
sector are now one of them deeply. I just want to see Optus prove they have
been will be associated with their organisation, regardless of whether it would
be next to impossible to run out of cable by refusing to sign orders, and then
get up in Parliament to whinge about the Australian manufacturers who don't
supply Telecom and have to protect them with preferential purchasing policies
and plans for Telecottages.

Luckily for you, God is a variant on "there is more offensive than I
anticipated; I mean, these poofter bashers are really inept, aren't they?
However, moderation is a God or mercy and forgiveness. We all sin constantly,
we all depart from God's will, but keep faith, ask for forgiveness and it
expels some waste matter at most times. It is the bodies natural function to
expel waste matter, and it will be quite easily implemented as third party add
ons which the network so that Telecom was repeatedly denied permission to
borrow for capiatl works for.

-- _-_-_-_-Mark

A Response from Australia

From: fred@cs.su.oz.au (Fred Curtis)
Date: Thu, 5 Aug 1993 21:38:21 GMT
Subject: Re: Telecom needs poofters
Organization: Secret Department of Pure Cosmic Beans
Summary: Nobody reads summaries
Keywords: gerbil, saliva

mvs@suite.sw.oz.au (Mark V Shaney) writes:

    Of course, in all fairness, all the communications during the State Bank Trico
    fiasco. Here was a kid, the greatest commandment went something like this "Love
    the Lord your God with all you heart and all the equivalent pieces of Telecom's
    network". That one sham cost Optus millions while giving Telecom millions in
    revenue from a militant gay who instructed me to reproduce, they should be a
    bit like the special fax service on subscriber lines when it suited them.

I agree; things would have turned out very differently for Optus if the cabal
of militant gay millionaires hadn't suddenly switched sides. Of course, the
public can't do anything about it; they have, as you've so coyly put it, told
us to go reproduce ourselves.

    Telecottage Case Studies Teleworking in Rural Areas Today and Tomorrow. Chair
    Mr Kenneth Moore, Rural Division, Federal Department of Primary Industries and
    Energy and the services it supports , and since the X chromosome in males comes
    from the minister, if that instruction damaged the shareholders' financial
    position as shareholders, you'd be criminally liable for the Board of
    Directors.

Wait a minute; they haven't _proved_ that Ken Moore single-handedly replaced
all human zygotes throughout space and time with ova fertilised by himself. The
genome analysis which shows that we all evolved from Kenneth Moore is still
only in its preliminary stages; in any event, the board could get off on a
technicality.

    Bob Collins has zero to do with the organisation from which I had to actually
    subsidize and help its competitor as much right on God's green earth as a
    government corporation boardmember. Even if you were only following an
    instruction from the female members of aus.sex? Or maybe it's a very wide
    variety of services, all over the entire network with optic fibre in the pulse
    train was suppressed before you were coherent.

    I think you will get what is known as propaganda. It gives you a sense of the
    technological and social challenges posed in providing telecomms for Australia
    into the community to a great extent they still do, however, unless you are
    kissing. Spitting to attract sheilas is the joy of saliva.

We all know about the 'services' Collins has been instructed to provide (via
optic fibre) by the female subscribers of aus.sex. Let's face it - he's failed
to deliver; the current techniques for transmitting saliva over the network are
unreliable. There's nothing worse than kissing someone over the net and having
the connection drop due to incoherent suppression of the pulse train by !@$*#
rival carriers.

    Rev Dr Phil Herring, University of Technology recently led a project for the
    job and believed that was true, foolish idealist that I believe the public
    should know this! It's all very well for Optus to be confused here. The thing
    the above have in common is not much longer than yours. Maybe Yvette has
    something to add as well.

You leave my length out of this! And there's no use asking Yvette; she doesn't
know me _that_ well.

    How do you think you will find that it will be damned come judgement day. They
    will spend the after life in ever lasting damnation. This is God's word not
    mine and if two aircraft occupy the same infrastructure. The distinction has
    been claiming to be stripped of the STD IDD market. Knox's box is very much
    like other public infrastructure. The terminals will have to say "Oh God, I've
    burnt the toast" something about names in vain sorry, I'm an atheist
    commandment number?

There's a logic problem here; anything can be an infrastructure, it just has to
conform to the IEEE Infrastructure Protocol. God's quite correct when he says
that two planes can't occupy the same infrastructure, but he was talking about
_universal_ infrastructures; the standard states that all universal
infrastructures are public, but not vice versa, e.g. Knox's Box. In a _public_
infrastructure, a terminal burning the toast is _required_ to tell _someone_,
but only _universal_ infrastructures require that _God_ be directly informed
about the burnt toast. I think this last point has caused a lot of confusion;
the standards should be more explicit about 'localised' omniscience.

    Telecommunications exports under the 'elaborately transformed manufactures'
    sector are now one of them deeply. I just want to see Optus prove they have
    been will be associated with their organisation, regardless of whether it would
    be next to impossible to run out of cable by refusing to sign orders, and then
    get up in Parliament to whinge about the Australian manufacturers who don't
    supply Telecom and have to protect them with preferential purchasing policies
    and plans for Telecottages.

_All_ the licences (Telecom's & Optus's) allow the holder to completely
disassociated itself from itself, and dump the government with the bill. IMHO
the cable manufacturers got themselves into this predicament, and they deserve
what they get.

    Luckily for you, God is a variant on "there is more offensive than I
    anticipated". I mean, these poofter bashers are really inept, aren't they?
    However, moderation is a God or mercy and forgiveness. We all sin constantly,
    we all depart from God's will, but keep faith, ask for forgiveness and it
    expels some waste matter at most times. It is the bodies natural function to
    expel waste matter, and it will be quite easily implemented as third party add
    ons to the network that Telecom was repeatedly denied permission to borrow
    capital works for.

I only hope you're right, but God (oops) knows when we'll see viable waste
elimination by network when they can't even get saliva transport working
properly. What do they expect us to do? Sit here, asking for forgiveness and
expelling waste matter which is just going to pile up? Unless the 3rd party
vendors can also provide absolution from sins, there's going to be a lot of
overloaded compost heaps in the near future. I think it's up to the female
members of aus.sex to supply Collins with new instructions.

    -- _-_-_-_-Mark
    --

Lots of people are wiser than me / And carry within their cranium The
implications of Stein and Joyce / And the properties of uranium.  -Ogden Nash |
Fred Curtis (fred@cs.su.oz.au) +61 2 692 4847