So, I'm going to make a suggestion that involves some seriously bad karma, but this geek-wannabee* is begging for some serious damage. I think people should click on this link, and click reload as many times as they can. That's about 50kb each time you do it. If we get about, oh, 20 people or so doing it each time, that's 1 meg.
Now, the confused non-techie may be wondering what the point is. You see, this boy has to pay for his bandwidth, one way or another. Knowing how the telecom situation is in Germany (read: it sucks) he has only a few options. Either he:
a) is paying for the bandwidth pipe himself (unlikely)
b) is having it hosted on some service that sells space on their servers
c) is sneaking it onto his employer's servers
Well, if he's using option (a), it would take a lot to clog his pipes. It's possible, but unlikely. If it's (b), he probably has usage limits. Now, this can be pretty darn high, but I'm guessing that for a .de it can't be that high. Of course, it MIGHT be (c), but if he's misusing company equipment, he's even more screwed.
Well, the other thing is we could track down his ISP and see if he's violating THEIR Terms o' Service. I tracked his IP number (22.214.171.124) and his registrar (http://www.denic.de/doc/DENIC/agb.en.html), and all the fun info about who he uses for his various geeky services:
In den Biegen 9
(I think that's his wife. Poor woman.)
I had to stop digging only because this damn dial-up takes too long to do even simple lookups.
Keep poking at this fuck, and he'll bleed.
* Real geeks show respect for people. This twit has no respect for anyone, not even for himself. Since, I'm sorry to say, I have some german in my background, I hesitate to say this, but this guy acts like SUCH the stereotypical pissant german.