When a country has the skill and self-confidence to take action against its biggest problems, it makes outsiders eager to be a part of it.
Eventually you won't think of 'the Internet business.' You'll think of it more like news, weather, sports, but even that taxonomy isn't clear.
One of the statistics that always amazes me is the approval of the Chinese government, not elected, is over 80 percent. The approval of the U.S. government, fully elected, is 19 percent. Well, we elected these people and they didn't elect those people. Isn't it supposed to be different? Aren't we supposed to like the people that we elected?
I'm certainly well taken care of in terms of food and clothes.
DOB - October 28, 1955
Jay S. Walker