I think that the CDC needs to start an investigation of the disappearance of members on Boquete Ning. It seems like the Internet life expectancy of members on this website is diminishing by the day.
I had been following a new member on Ning named Perestace. He was new to Ning and apparently Panama, but was asking several probing questions, such what did JLM stand for. For some reason, JLM refuses to answer that simple question.
When Planet Telecom voiced its disapproval of the new JLM business plan and said it would not sign up for another year, BN removed the discussion post and removed the author’s membership and even removed the ad.
Upon seeing this, Perestace, posted the following, inviting JLM to consider its actions and possibly alter its course. After all, Boquete Ning has been revered Internet landmark for several years.
I see that Perestace’s membership and all of his posts are removed and Perestace is no longer to be found.
Dave Veilleux, posted the following, recognizing that paid advertisements on Boquete Ning mean nothing, because JLM management will remove said advertisements, if the paying clients don’t bow down and kiss the ground that JLM walks on.
JLM should realize that this is not really the way to build a strong business relationship in a small province like Chiriquí.
However, back to my original point. I am concerned about the disappearing membership of those with the most longitivtiy in Chiriquí on Boquete Ning. Has JLM contaminated the water? Has it diagnosed some strange affliction that these people had and has secretly illuminated their Internet lives for the betterment of others seeking paradise?
Maybe the CDC needs to not only focus on person to person transmittable diseases, but should also focus on Internet contagions that cause Internet personalities to vanish without warning.
I don’t feel to bad about Perestace because I think he knew his future was short. I can tell this by his name.
Perestace = Pe – rest -ace = Rest in Peace.