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Subject: Re: UKNM: Archbishop of Canterbury talking out of his arse dot com
From: Rory Teeling
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2000 15:07:38 +0100

I noticed the good old archbishop didn't have the same
vehement attitude to the traditional multinational
companies happily poisioning the planet, selling arms,
hampering free trade in underdeveloped nations and
generally fucking up the world in pursuit of the
buck.... now that's what i call greed.

But then maybe his church doesn't get many donations
from dot com companies, and his peer group are not
directors of dot com companies.

--- Neil [dot] McIntoshatguardian [dot] co [dot] uk wrote:
> But a more general point could be drawn from the
> good Archbishop's comments.
> Perhaps you don't dream of big IPOs and subsequent
> riches/fast
> cars/documentary
> interviews, but it seems a large portion of the
> dot.com industry is blinded
> by
> that vision.
> Hence a lot of half baked ideas with no discernible
> means of making money,
> hyped
> beyond all proportion. All they're supported by is a
> frenzy of activity by
> net.slaves who sacrifice all - "all" being a life,
> their health, families,
> partners, friends - in a bid to Get Rich Quick.
[Sam says: msg chopped...]

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