Re: He gets me off the reflector, how ?

Mark L. Bardenwerper (
Thu, 22 May 1997 23:43:40 -0500

Nico Pot wrote:
> Hi all,
> This evening I was on Biker Cafe ( and there was a very rude
> man that was yelling to anyone, lurkers buy a f.... cam and when they say
> something back he say, I will trow you off the ref.
> At that moment, my son has put his finger on the cam and has frozen the
> picture.
> It was black, but I don't watch myself so didn't notice it.
> He starts to "talk" to me, was very rude and then it happens:
> He say I trow you off and a couple of seconds later about 20 error messages
> apeared on my screen: buy a cam, you need a fu.. cam, you are not allowed
> to use this ref and a lot more, I was disconnected.
> I reconnected my cam and send out a clear pic of me, changed my nick into :
> I have a cam and reconnect.
> For 5 minutes it wents ok, then he start again, I trow you off, bye !
> Again, all the errors start again and I was gone.
> Several times I reconnect and he trows a lot of users off the ref, being
> very rude (he was at least 60 years old !!!) to everyone.
> How does he do that (trow people of the ref.), can I do it, can I protect
> myself so he can't do it anymore ? I like the ref but the chance is big
> that this man starts all over again.
> The ref says that it is public, I didn't send any bad language or strange
> vids (never done that, never will.)
> Please help.
> TIA Nick
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Gosh what a jerk! Sorry you had this happen. I am curious how he did it,
too, but I do have a suggestion. The reflectors in Japan are very nice.
I always get treated politely and the people are always eager to try to
talk, despite the language difference. A refreshing change from
exhibitionists and starers. There are many others, too. I stay away from
the bad ones. Keep trying.
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