A bunch of guys may find out soon if they are a cuckold. A “cuckold” is a really great old-timey demeaning term to call a man who has been cheated on. You know, the guy already had his heart broken so let’s pour salt in the wound by coming together as a community and crapping on him; “Look, there goes the cuckold everyone! His wife boned the blacksmith!” – Ah the good old days!
OK, maybe those old-timey assholes did have morals.
A group of hackers known as The Impact Team is demanding that Avid Life Media shut down its infamous adulterous dating website AshleyMadison.com or else they are going to release the private information of 30 million of the site’s users. That is outrageous! 30 million men and women belong to a website that openly encourages you to cheat on your spouse with the tagline “Life is short!”
"The Impact Team?"
The hackers who I assume are a group of cuckolds, released a manifesto stating; “Avid Life Media has been instructed to take Ashley Madison and Established Men offline permanently in all forms, or we will release all customer records, including profiles with all the customers’ secret sexual fantasies and matching credit card transactions, real names and addresses, and employee documents and emails.”
Yeah OK Ashley Madison, but what does the husband look like?
Whoops! What happened to banging your secretary or the pool boy? While it might be easy to think of these hackers as vengeful spouses of cheaters who wanted to take aim at a company that’s mission statement is to ruin marriages, it seems they were motivated by a more technical reason. Ashley Madison and Established Men (a site that hooks up rich guys with young hotties) offered a service called Full Delete for $19 that supposedly erases all personal information. The Impact Team didn’t want to let that happen and aims to expose all these no good, dirty cheaters! Damn it Belinda! I mean, what do you guys think?
Break Question of The Day: If the hackers release the cheater user info from Ashley Madison , is this justice for those that are cheated on?
Well at least they have a creative advertising team.
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Source: LA Times