The water's just fine!
Recently, I've had many people on my MSN Messenger contact list sending me disguised links that lead to http://msnstatus.net/. This website claims to be able to tell you who blocked you on Messenger... but you have to give them your username and password, of course. This, as any initiated member of the Geek Council will probably agree, practically reeks of phishing. As a public service, I Rock, You Suck investigated their claims and, as it turns out, they weren't lying. They really can
tell you who blocked you on Messenger.
You see, after you give them your Messenger username and password, they will access your account and repeatedly send their website's URL to all the people on your contact list. This will almost certainly have the effect of annoying your friends, who will soon stop being your friends and block you. The good folk at msnstatus.net will thus be able to tell you quite truthfully that you have been blocked by everyone on your contact list.
Just in case anyone was unable to detect the overwhelming sarcasm, well, of course
it's a phishing site. Duh.