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Why on earth would you want that many gazelles anyway?
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Call it a logic problem, call it a psychological experiment, call it a laugh.
Create two chat applications on unrelated
sites and pipe the output from one into
If join chat.xyz.com, everything you type
appears on chat.abc.com (you also see
what you type, but nobody else on
In case nobody twigs, seed the site with a
couple of people
who chat normally to
each other (with everybody else only
seeing half of the conversation).
To stop people revealing all about the
system, replace all typed occurrences of
'abc' with 'xyz' on xyz.com and all typed
occurrences of 'xyz' with 'abc' on
Optionally swap domains of email
addresses with other plausible sounding
domains so that people can't easily
up conversations outside the chat room.
Mu ha ha ha hahhhh.... [hand-drier starts
up in background]
||I really want you to take back what you just said about my mother.
||Use sugar water. It's less of a shock to the system.
||This is some what similar to the way Blizzard sets up their chat rooms. Where all the games and all the players from those games can chat in the same room. The kicker being that you have a symbol next to your name telling what game your in. You can easily switch names or games and re-enter the chat room and mess with all the people that were talking to you on a different name while you were playing a different game.
Anyone who has ever played starcraft knows what I'm talking about.