Moderators for #twitlive, the official TWiT IRC chatroom, have succeeded in getting hundreds of public WiFi locations around the world permanently banned. Those perceived as IRC “trolls,” otherwise known as anyone who disagrees with anything on TWiT, are tweaking the network to such an extent that airport lounges, Starbucks from coast-to-coast, university common areas, and other similar areas are now off-limits to chatters. Congrats, mods! Your zeal has led to a much-diminished presence of wit and humor in #twitlive.
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I did my best, I chatted ” Leo’s fat, bring Tom back ” and a bit.ly that linked to LeoLaporteSucks, from every McDonalds in Spokane one day. Yes I was bored.
Mark Harry» Quote comment
Thanks for your efforts, MarkHarry!
HelloWorld» Quote comment
You don’t have to say that much to get banned. I got banned for saying “If they don’t start All About Android soon I’ll have to switch to watch NightAttack”, I was kicked off with a response from ScooterX of “buh bye”.
Others have been kicked for pointing out the incorrect statements he makes on TechGuy.
burntheadbob» Quote comment