Psusennes I wrote:
Can I just ask you? How many virtual 'signatures' do you have? If you have less that 5000 then I suggest you re-think the scale of your protest. Your internet forum has 14 users, and taking into account that normal signatures hardly hold up in court, you'll need hundreds of thousands for the museum to even reply to your petty scheme. You'll won't even be an annoyance to the Museums all-ready elaborate postage system. 5000 singatures could barely fill ten pages of paper. What are you going to do? Put them all on A1 sheets of cardboard?!
Thanks for asking.
You are so right we need several 100 of thousand signatures
and that we dont have yet. We dont have 5000 thousand
and as you can see since you have visit the site we stared 11-04 2005
in the time of 13 days we have collected over 3000 signatures and
the list is growing everyday with abut 200- 300 signs depending
on how much you guys are arguing with me
This is going to take time and maybe this is a small list today
but one day it will be big.
This will not stand in court is your next question:
Yes you are right on that point. But who say that it has to stand in court to be counted?
If you read abut UNESCO and the work who is done there, and the resolosions
signed by our countries you will soon discover that no court is needed.
No one bringed Italy to court they made a agreement with Etiopia
to follow the resolosions signed at UNESCO.
This list alone is not the one that is going to bring the Queen home
but it could be the one among many other that makes the final differens
We probably losing a lot of signs because we record the ip address
of the signature to make several signs from one user not possible.
This is to make the list seriose. ip addresses are not logged
but a script is sorting them out so there cant be more than one sign from
one ip address. like the voting function on this board
Thanks for asking