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What is it

Postby hugo » Tue, 21 Mar 2006 20:56:28 GMT

 http://www.**--****.com/ 



Re: What is it

Postby Dave » Wed, 22 Mar 2006 21:10:13 GMT



Dunno, it's all in foreign.  Translate "Zostae ju dzi ugryziony tak 
wiec nie jestes zagroony!" (sorry if that's rude, I just copied and 
pasted from the site; I have no idea what it means) and maybe I'll have 
another look.

Some sort of online game perhaps?

Dave.

Re: What is it

Postby Oliver Wong » Thu, 23 Mar 2006 06:46:14 GMT






    It's Polish for "You've been bitten." (plus some other stuff I didn't 
understand). The "goal" is for you to sign up an account, which gives you a 
unique URL. (notice the "uid=36730" part). You then try to trick as many 
people as possible into clicking the link as possible, and the site keeps 
track of how many unique people (perhaps via IP address?) you've tricked. 
Whoever tricks the most people wins.

    I tend not to participate in these games, because I consider it a form 
of encouraging spam.

    - Oliver 



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