FoxTrax (colloquially also called the glow puck, smart puck, laser puck, Fox Puck, or super puck) was a specialized ice hockey puck with internal electronics that allowed its position to be tracked designed for NHL telecasts on the Fox television network. Primarily, it was used to visually highlight the puck on-screen and display a trail when the puck was moving rapidly.
If I had been a bit upset, he'd have been given a 5-minute timeout. I'm generally quite forgiving; if I felt it wasn't worth tolerating, I wouldn't have questioned removing his chat privileges. He seemed like he was enjoying the game, though, so I asked him a few times to settle down. There were some behind-the-scenes technical difficulties I was dealing with regard to the broadcast content at the time that also kept me frustrated.
I'd rather he not confuse everybody in the chat by choosing such a similar display name and color. If everybody in the chat can be respectful of one another, nobody's going to be left out of the chat. If an individual decides to harass another user (we dealt with one such person a little while ago), I'm just going to boot him from the discussion.
If Yogi had been more aggressive with his trolling antics, I might have decided to react differently. Now that he's been warned, though, I don't expect him to keep it up.
I post on CDC as WeatherWise, hence the name.
Last edited by JetsAlternate: 10-19-2012 at 02:49 AM.
Outstanding work on this Kid_Roll, and the fact that you were able to get interviews from both Lack and Loungo is proof of that. Have you thought about getting yourself a co-host? This may have been mentioned earlier and I missed it. Anyway, again, fantastic job!