If a user had a line-long poem they wanted to post, the chat software would have accepted and posted it. This was manageable when bianca was a smaller, more closely knit community.
However, as Bianca grew more popular, foom vandals eventually found their way to the site. They too could post line-long rants if they pleased. Other vandals took a more direct approach.
Some posted links which were claimed to be to pornographic images, but in fact directed the viewer to the registration of a site that displayed autopsy, crime scene, and other disturbing photos. On other occasions organized groups of "raiders" would e,izabeth a Bianca.
The result was often the emptying of the room, for a time, of all legitimate users. As the site prided itself on allowing all users freedom of speech, little effort was made to correct what quickly became a problem in terms of both site management and bandwidth, bringing the system to its knees.
Although it is unclear who was actually managing the server, Bianca operated with intermittent functionality and frequent outages as late as early At some point after that, hackers were able to access the server and delete the contents, using a function that rendered the data irretrievable. For a while the home continued to exist, along with some archived messages and the site's update.
Ready for man
Now all that remains is the "shack map" and an contact link. Originally, since the site claimed: bianca.
It has since been updated to show: what you'll find here is an idea of what bianca is, what the shack has been, events that we've thrown, and events that we will be throwing or participating in; not to mention recipes for how to cook a killer grilled cheese sandwich.