Posted by: anonymous
2015-08-28 03:54:27
ID: 29347
Ummm people haven't had their private business spewed all over the internet and anyways most people spew their private business fuck me? No. No thanks. Look, I'm sorry this is a losing argument for you, but you won't convince many people that those using the site are victims. They just aren't. And the ones whose names are outed to the public are mostly public figures who claim to be of superior moral codes. So it's deserved.
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Posted by: anonymous
2015-08-28 03:16:17
ID: 29313
I just read that the majority of female AM profiles were actually male employees of AM. Also that most of the messaging was between male customers and male employees who were posing as women. Something about that just kicks me square in the giggle dick.
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Posted by: anonymous
2015-08-28 02:04:10
ID: 29344
My mugshot is available for viewing online. That's the Internet. That's life nowadays.
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Posted by: anonymous
2015-08-28 01:52:20
ID: 29343
JFC, has anyone actually seen the Ashley Madison list? Anyone? Hit "omg" if you've actually laid eyes on it. You have to look for it. As far as people not actually cheating, they went as far as paying to be members. It's not like they happened upon a person they had feelings for. It's for scumbags who are looking for strange. To be found out, you have to be sought out. I'm married. I don't know where my DH is every second of the day. I'm not running to check the list. It's not like my children will be watching TV and see Daddy's name flash across the screen. So, if people don't want to know, they don't have to look at it, right?
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Posted by: anonymous
2015-08-28 00:22:04
ID: 29339
I wonder if Anna Duggar realizes that the Bible says adultery is grounds for divorce!!??!
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Posted by: anonymous
2015-08-28 00:07:02
ID: 29335
Just read most of the people on the site were men talking to men, most of the "women" were pretending to be women. MOST, not all. Interesting.
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Posted by: anonymous
2015-08-28 00:00:01
ID: 29334
Firstly, it's already been said false emails were used. Secondly, being on the site does NOT mean you actually went through with things and cheated. So yes, they are victims. Thirdly, do you really think spouses and kids of the people involved are happy to have their private business spewed all over the internet? People who have been cheated on feel enough shame as it is, so you're OK with them not only having to deal with that but having to deal with it in PUBLIC? Fuck you.
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Posted by: anonymous
2015-08-27 20:37:08
ID: 29321
I just read that a lot of the females on AM were actually employees of AM. Lol figures.
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Posted by: anonymous
2015-08-27 20:36:09
ID: 29320
It's not victim blaming, they really are not victims in this lol. I think their families and the people they lied to and hurt are the victims.
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Posted by: anonymous
2015-08-27 18:53:15
ID: 29318
Nope, no confirmation required, just like this site, that's why random people will sometimes find their email if they search it. Think of when you sign up for a new email at gmail or yahoo, how most are taken for any that you want, because most emails are taken. Even if someone thinks they are being fake, it probably was someone's email out there. I know you foam at the mouth for this all to be confirmable and 100% but it's not. And your gross craving and celebration of false justice, might have ruined a person relationship or family, just like cheating has, except this is false and driven by some closeminded, disgusting, embittered lust for infidelity justice. It's ok to want a cheater found out to the person, but not at the price of innocents through false data.
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