.ORG problems this evening

Speaking on Deep Background, the Press Secretary whispered:

: I think you'll find most people on the list would disagree with you
: on this point. Many ISP's run anycast for customer facing DNS
: servers, and I'll bet if you ask the first reason why isn't because
: they provide faster service, or distribute load, but because the
: average customer only wants one or two IP's to put in his DNS config,
: and gets real annoyed when they don't work.

And/or, the networking stack may accept 3,4{...}50 DNS addresses,
but only really looks at the first.....