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FoTW From Michael Bailey, UK

Kieren,

In your article titled We’re stuck with ICANN: Official You mention "anyone that has seen the rise to power of the New Labour government in the UK and its subsequent rejection of every principle that people voted for will be more than a little sceptical".

What gives you the slightest hint than any of your readers would be interested in reading your political views? Which school of journalism did you go to? Moron. I can only assume that from time that your uploaded your article (11.40pm) that you had consumed a few too many pints of Guinness. In future can I suggest you refrain from injecting your slanted political rhetoric into an otherwise half-decent article. Either that or stick to shandy.

thank you

Michael Bailey ®

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