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I use Self Control to block websites that I'm addicted to and need to get away from.

Here's the website, in case it's relevant:
https://selfcontrolapp.com
No, I'm not shilling for them. I just thought someone might ask.

Anyway, I used that app to block DeviantArt at the same time that I had an FTP session with a batch of downloads in progress, and the block seems to have interrupted the download.

What's up with that? I don't get it. Why would blocking an HTTP site like deviantart.com interrupt my connection with a completely different domain over a completely different protocol?
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Meh
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>>64126986
Possibly the application restarts part of OS X's networking systems whenever you add a new block? Like a quick toggle up/down.
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>>64127945
Nah, I tried replicating the results and nothing happened. I think I just have a shitty connection.




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