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[rpd] Some thoughts, and some actions required

Noah noah at
Sun Feb 7 15:00:59 UTC 2016

On 7 Feb 2016 13:02, "jcadams0304" <jcadams0304 at> wrote:
> Hi
> Supply and demand.
> If there is an need, and someone willing to pay for that need, there
always supply.
> Legalise only make things cheaper, does not change the fact about demand
always will be satisfied regardless the legislation.
> 1930s US banned alcohol, the only effectiveness of such legislation is
making everyone supplies alcohol happy because now same product ten times
the price.
> According to, doctors
made over 40m USD(600M USD in today's money) in whiskey prescription. Mafia
group made much more, in fact, legalise Alcohol later on was opposed and
lobbied continuing the ban by mafia group who selling alcohols.
> Same goes for the transfer market, if you think anyone selling IP is
evil, then forbidding a transfer policy only make the price higher for them
to sell, in which, make the person who selling it happier.
> Policy only do so such to the reality, same goes for laws, there is not a
single country on this planet you can not buy weed, while only a few
legalised them.

IP addresses are not weed or alcohol.

No tranfer market, means no one can sell out even if they had  redundant
resources as there is no policy that allows it thus rendering the whole
thing illegal....

Secondly there is no big market for IP addresses outside there as some folk
want to make it seem so as to make folks worry that once we run out we wont
run business just because there is no tranfer market.... there are some
work arounds when when get there....

Why invent IPv6 and then champion its adoption.... In anycase stick to the
new model as the old model runs out of supply.

> With regards
> John C.Adams.

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