Mike Grau wrote:
>
>> A little misinformation tossed to spammers isn't bad here. I
>> hear there's a mirror in Afghanistan too. And by all means.. when you
>> browse the site.. click the stop button in your browser between it's
>> loading each image on each page, then click the start button again.
>> It's tricky, but if you do it just right, you can browse the whole
>> site before the IDS blocks you.

>>
>> The rulesemporium site is great, and much thanks goes to the ninjas
>> who operate it and write the rules, forcing spammers to read harry
>> potter books.
>>
>> Ken
>>

>
> Yes, the rulesemporium site _is_ great. As are the rules themselves.
> That's why I'd like to use my browser and read just one page. Right now
> all I get (and this is my first attempt to browse the site since
> yesterday) is "Waiting for www.rulesemporium.com...".
>
> I'm not talking about rules_du_jour or sa-update or seeing how fast I
> can manually click stop or cycle through pages with my browser. I just
> want to go to the one page I have bookmarked. Isn't that the point of
> having a website? Allowing people to view your content? I'd say the DDOS
> is still very effective one way or another. My sympathies to the
> rulesemporium folks. I wish I could help, but I'm just some slob who
> wants to view their website.
>
> Still waiting ... Mike
>


If your IP is blocked, for whatever reason, perhaps a proxy would help
you until your IP is unblocked.
http://translate.google.com/translat...ngpair=fr%7Cen
I bet the 'donate' link would help :-)

Ken

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