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I shook my head on this one when I read it. It's a new website that helps people be unfaithful to their spouses.
I love the web. I think the ability to instantly communicate is phenomenal. Although some people are not being careful. (Because it's so easy and immediate many aren't thinking it through before they post pictures of their bad or stupid behavior on myspace, facebook, their blog...etc.) I love the massive amount of ideas and information you can find on the web (again, you have to be careful because not all of the information is good.) The diversity of ideas is limitless and makes you feel really tapped in to what is happening. This is one that crosses the line (well, at least my line).
If you aren't good at lying to the one you should be loving and supporting, hey we'll do it for you! We'll make up fake business conferences in far off cities, arrange fake phone calls from work and even provide the cheater with phony seminar freebies like pens and hats if that's the ruse they picked to use on their spouse.
What I couldn't get over was the way the French company owner said the site is aimed at protecting couples and families "by allowing adulterers to live their flings undetected". "If the alibi is well done and the spouse doesn't suspect anything, this can sometimes save marriages."
Hey, whatever makes you feel better about what you're doing.
I debated whether or not to include the link because I don't want people who may consider using the site to get the information from me. I eventually opted to include it because those who are thinking it's a good service are likely already crossing that line. Plus the service isn't offered for people who speak English.