These Dudes That Are Committing Suicide Because Of The Ashley Madison Hack Are The Biggest Cowards On Earth
Metro- Two people have committed suicide after their details were published online by hackers in the Ashley Madison data breach.
At least one Ashley Madison client in Canada is reported to have taken their life, and a senior American policeman in San Antonio, Texas.
Both are thought to have had details leaked in the hack, although it is not confirmed whether the suicides are directly linked to the leak.
Captain Michael Gorhum, who had served in the San Antonio Police Department, died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound last Thursday.
His official email address had been linked to an Ashley Madison account – part of a trove of 37 million contact details leaked online last week.
Toronto police held a press conference today to announce that they were aware of two deaths.
‘As of this morning we have two unconfirmed reports of suicides associated with the leak of Ashley Madison’s customers’ profiles,’ said acting staff superintendent Bryce Evans.
‘Today I can confirm that Avid Life Media is offering a £240,000 reward to anyone providing information that leads to the identification, arrest and prosecution of the person or persons responsible for the leak of the Ashley Madison database,’ Mr Evans said.
Now, I partake in my fair share of behavior that may stretch the limits of morality a little bit. However, I can proudly say that I am not a cheater. Now, the fact that I hardly ever enter into a committed relationship makes that much easier. Loop hole baby! Regardless, if you are out there cheating on your girlfriend, or boyfriend, or spouse then you are a scumbag. No, monogamy is not natural. No, cheating is not uncommon. That doesn't change the fact that those that do it are cowards. There's a certain risk/reward that comes with infidelity. The reward is that you get some strange, or not so strange depending how often you do it, ass on the side. The risk is that your significant other may find out and it could potentially ruin your relationship or marriage. That risk should always exist if you are stepping out on your partner.
The only thing more cowardly then cheating on someone? Committing suicide. Why you ask? Because there is no personal risk involved with committing suicide. You face no repercussions when you willingly chose to seize living. Sure, there are extenuating circumstances that could make suicide understandable, but I feel comfortable saying that unless your wife is Ronda Rousey, getting caught cheating does not count as one of those circumstances. Two negatives don't add up to a positive. Doubling down on your cowardice by cheating and then killing yourself is essentially the same as having your cake, eating it too, and then kicking the chair over when someone else asks for a slice.
Come on guys. I find it very hard to feel bad for a couple of careless dudes that couldn't bother to put more effort into cheating than signing up for a fucking website for cheaters. I find it IMPOSSIBLE to feel bad when those same guys blow their brains out to avoid the consequences of that apathy. These dudes are lazy, they are immoral, and they are cowards. I'm actually feeling pretty generous today so I'll even go as far as saying that you can be two of those three, but all three at the same time is unacceptable. Think about this for a second. These dudes opted out on living because they didn't have the balls to call it quits on their marriage. The lion from the 'Wizard Of OZ' just called, I told him he was too late in letting you guys know that you were pussies. Dwight Howard is out somewhere knocking up his 9th different women this calendar year and even if he laughing your lack of personal responsibility. I don't know if these guys had children, but if they did then those kids are probably better off being raised by a single mother instead of a greedy, self serving douchebag of a father. Safe to say a husband of that caliber wasn't much of a Dad either.