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blammo: v.

[Oxford Brookes University and alumni, UK] To forcibly remove someone from any interactive system, especially talker systems. The operators, who may remain hidden, may “blammo” a user who is misbehaving. Very similar to archaic MIT gun; in fact, the blammo-gun is a notional device used to “blammo” someone. While in actual fact the only incarnation of the blammo-gun is the command used to forcibly eject a user, operators speak of different levels of blammo-gun fire; e.g., a blammo-gun to ‘stun’ will temporarily remove someone, but a blammo-gun set to ‘maim’ will stop someone coming back on for a while.