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First Dog BARNEY takes Revenge...!

An MSNBC reporter reached down to pet a surprised Barney, First Dog, and was bitten on the hand. Given that MSNBC has been less than kind to his master and tensions at the White House must be high, who can blame the dog. The reporter won't do that again in a hurry - once bitten, twice shy.

Tyra Banks' bully revenge

Tyra Banks got revenge on a school bully when she made it as a supermodel.
The 'America's Next Top Model' host - who claims her height and looks have not always made her popular - revealed she got her own back on a bully when she saw him in a nightclub after growing into her body.
She said: "I used to be the freak at school. I was 5ft 9in and really skinny. I used to get picked on a lot. But now I can get my own back.
"There was this boy I really fancied called Antonio Epps who was so cruel. He used to say, 'I do not want that tall, skinny, braces mouth, big forehead girl anywhere near me.' I just broke down.
"But then when I just started being recognised as an up and coming supermodel I was out dancing and there was a big burly bouncer on the door - it was him. I went up to him and said, 'Antonio? It's me, Tyra, from school!' He was like, 'No way!' So that was nice. I got a little revenge there!"
Tyra has since forged a successful modelling career, and has her own US talk show, 'The Tyra Banks Show'.

Al Fayed accepts Inquest resolution re the death of Princess Diana but is "leaving revenge to God". Enough already!! Fasten your seat belts and you might survive a car crash.

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Kim Basinger and Pamela Hasselhoff use home videos to embarrass husbands and gain leverage in child custody battles. While it's grist for the media mill, is this tactic going too far? Talk about using kids shamelessly in divorce feuds. Is this a new trend? Are we going to get yet another airing of dirty laundry every week or two?

Check out - thousands of ways to annoy people in bathrooms, elevators, buses, parties....etc.
Very funny stuff!

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Heather's Revenge on Sir Paul McCartney
It's a very sad world we live in when Sir Paul McCartney and his wife are facing divorce and all anyone seems to want to do is make jokes about her false leg. Personally, I think it's prosthetic.

News reports have confirmed that Paul McCartney has separated from his wife Heather Mills-McCartney. Mrs Mills-McCartney is said to be distraught over the split. "He has been my crutch for so long!" She said in an earlier briefing, "I have no idea why this has happened, I'm really stumped"

"She's running around in circles", according to a close friend, "she will need all the support she can get. It's not like its easy to walk out on a relationship like this"

After his break up with Heather, Paul was asked if he would ever consider going down on one knee again. Paul said he would prefer it if we called her Heather.

It is not known whether a pre-nuptial agreement was signed prior to the marriage. Paul McCartney is one of the richest men in the world, and if an agreement has been signed it is believed that she won't have a leg to stand on.

Rumours abound over the split which have suggested that infidelity may have been the cause. "She's terrible" a source stated, "always trying to get her leg over".

Another source has suggested that her battle with alcoholism was the cause. "Macca couldn't handle it anymore" a friend said, "he would get home at night and find her legless"

Many have attributed this to a problem which started with the present that Paul bought her prior to the wedding. He gave her a new prosthetic leg for Christmas but that was just a stocking-filler.

A miner in Africa has an accident and loses a leg. He says to his mate "I'm f---ed, who will want a one legged gold digger?" His mate says, "try Paul McCartney"
Finally a poem by Sir Paul McCartney:
I lay upon a grassy bank
My hands were all a quiver
I slowly removed her suspender belt and her leg fell in the river

These jokes are funny but let's spare a thought for Paul please. Now she has left him, he's going to struggle to find another woman who can fill her shoe.

Sir Paul offered the gold-digging b*tch a 20,000,000 settlement. Her lawyer advised her to take the money and run. She tried... and fell over. Weapons grade music for a lasting peace!

Recent research shows that there
are 7 kinds of sex:

The 1st kind of sex is called:
Smurf Sex. This kind of sex happens
when you first meet someone and
you both have sex until you are
blue in the face.

The 2nd kind of sex is called:
Kitchen Sex. This is when you have
been with your partner for a short
time and you are so h o r n y you will
have sex anywhere, even in the

The 3rd kind of sex is called:
Bedroom Sex. This is when you have
been with your partner for a long
time. Your sex has gotten routine
and you usually have sex only in
your bedroom.

The 4th kind of sex is called:
Hallway Sex. This is when you have
been with your partner for too
long. When you pass each other in
the hallway you both say "s c r e w

The 5th kind of sex is called:
Religious Sex, which means you get
Nun in the morning, Nun in the
afternoon and Nun at

The 6th kind is called:
Courtroom Sex. This is when you
cannot stand your wife any more.
She takes you to court and s c r e w s
you in front of everyone.

And last, but not least, the 7th
kind of sex is called:
Social Security Sex. You get a
little each month. But not enough
to live on.

Former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein is being made to watch his appearance in cult cartoon South Park while he is behind bars, it emerged yesterday.

Did you see The Today Show with Revenge Lady discussing revenge with a psychologist who claimed the revenge impulse is not natural or healthy? Like we've said for years, don't give your money to licensed head doctors, come to Revenge Lady with all your little problems....Love RL xx

Jury Awards $1.7M to Woman Spanked at Work

FRESNO, Calif. (AP) -- A woman who was spanked in front of her co-workers in what her employer called a camaraderie-building exercise has been awarded $1.7 million. Janet Orlando, 53, was subjected to sexual harassment and sexual battery when she was paddled on the rear end two years ago at home security company Alarm One Inc., a jury ruled Friday.
The jury of six men and six women said Orlando did not suffer from sexual assault as she had alleged.
Jurors awarded Orlando $10,000 for economic loss, $40,000 for future medical costs and $450,000 for emotional distress, pain and suffering. They awarded her $1.2 million in punitive damages. Orlando's attorney, Nicholas ''Butch'' Wagner, did not return calls for comment.
K. Poncho Baker, an attorney for Alarm One, said the award was excessive. ''I think the jury was so upset at Alarm One that they went overboard,'' Baker said. ''Not to say that what Alarm One did was right, but this allows her to manipulate the system.''
Orlando quit in 2004, less than a year after she was hired at the Fresno office, saying she was humiliated during the company's team-building practices.
Employees were paddled with rival companies' yard signs as part of a contest that pitted sales teams against each other, according to court documents. The winners poked fun at the losers, throwing pies at them, feeding them baby food, making them wear diapers and swatting their buttocks.
Lawyers for Alarm One, an Anaheim-based, 300-employee company, said the spankings were not discriminatory because they were given to both male and female workers and that Orlando and others willingly took part. The company has since abandoned the practice.
During the trial, company attorneys revealed that Orlando had sued a previous employer, also claiming that she had been sexually harassed.
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Second-hand clothes shoppers at a Californian thrift shop could be in for a treat. Jennifer Aniston has cleared Brad Pitt out of her life... and his clothes too.

There's been no chopping arms off jackets or legs off pants, though. In typically classy style she's simply dumped her ex-hubby's left-over clothes at a Burbank thrift shop. British tabloid The Sun reported a source as saying: "When a woman in the shop realised that it was Jennifer Aniston, she went over to see what she'd left.
But it was too late because a worker who didn't recognise Jen had already dumped the clothes in a bin mixed with lots of others."
Good going, Jen!!

See article "One Tough Day for Two-Timers"

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Men hungrier for revenge than women, brain scan study reveals
By Davina Bristow
The Telegraph

Men appear to get greater satisfaction than women from witnessing painful retribution, according to a brain scanner study published today.

This evidence of male schadenfreude, or pleasure at seeing revenge enacted, suggests men may have evolved to be less empathetic than women so they can more easily mete out punishments to help keep society cohesive, speculate the team at University College London.

In the team's study, published today in the journal Nature, 32 volunteers watched actors who had previously cheated them get electric shocks as the UCL researchers monitored what was happening in their brains.

Dr Tania Singer, who led the study, said: "During breaks in the tests you could tell from the body language that both the male and female volunteers did not like the actors who had cheated them. They tried to stay away from them as much as possible."

In women, the same pain regions of their brains were activated when they saw one of the actors get a shock as when they got a shock themselves; it was as if they actually felt the other person's pain.

But in men, these pain areas were not activated and instead, the pleasure centres of their brains lit up, meaning that they got pleasure, or at least satisfaction, from seeing the other person get a shock. "They expressed more desire for revenge and seemed to feel satisfaction when unfair people were given what they perceived as deserved physical punishment," said Dr Singer.

However, men were not wholly unsympathetic. If the person receiving the shock had not previously cheated them, men behaved like women and showed empathetic activity in the pain areas of their brains.

Nor were women indiscriminately sympathetic. The empathy-related activity in their brains was higher for people who had not cheated them.

"These results suggest that fairness in social situations shapes the nature of the emotional link we have to other people," explained Dr Singer. "We empathise with others if they act fairly. But in contrast, selfish and unfair behaviour compromises this empathetic link."

Rather than feeling empathy for people who cheat us, we desire revenge and generally feel satisfaction when cheats are punished. "This has probably been crucial in the evolution of society as the majority of people in a group are motivated to punish those who cheat on the rest.

"This means that people tend to protect each other from being exploited by society's free-loaders, and evolution has probably seeded this sense of justice and moral duty into our brains," said Dr Singer.

The results could indicate a predominant role for men in maintaining justice and issuing punishment in human society, but Dr Singer said that more research was needed to back up this finding before any conclusions were reached.

"We will need to confirm these gender differences in larger studies because it is possible that the experimental design favoured men as there was a physical rather than psychological or financial threat involved."

Perhaps, if the punishment were psychological, women would get just as much satisfaction as men, or maybe more, as playground experiences would suggest.

Revenge on Barbie!
LONDON (AP) -- Barbie, beware. The iconic plastic doll is often mutilated at the hands of young girls, according to research published Monday by British academics.''The girls we spoke to see Barbie torture as a legitimate play activity, and see the torture as a 'cool' activity,'' said Agnes Nairn, one of the University of Bath researchers. ''The types of mutilation are varied and creative, and range from removing the hair to decapitation, burning, breaking and even microwaving.''Researchers from the university's marketing and psychology departments questioned 100 children about their attitudes to a range of products as part of a study on branding. They found Barbie provoked the strongest reaction, with youngsters reporting ''rejection, hatred and violence,'' Nairn said.''The meaning of 'Barbie' went beyond an expressed antipathy; actual physical violence and torture towards the doll was repeatedly reported, quite gleefully, across age, school and gender,'' she said.While boys often expressed nostalgia and affection toward Action Man -- the British equivalent of GI Joe -- renouncing Barbie appeared to be a rite of passage for many girls, Nairn said.''The most readily expressed reason for rejecting Barbie was that she was babyish, and girls saw her as representing their younger childhood out of which they felt they had now grown,'' she said.Nairn said many girls saw Barbie as an inanimate object rather than a treasured toy.''Whilst for an adult the delight the child felt in breaking, mutilating and torturing their dolls is deeply disturbing, from the child's point of view they were simply being imaginative in disposing of an excessive commodity in the same way as one might crush cans for recycling,'' she said.Manufacturer Mattel, which sells 94 million Barbies a year worldwide, said the doll remained the ''No. 1 fashion doll brand.''Mattel U.K. said that despite the findings of ''this very small group of children, we know that there are millions of girls in the U.K. and across the world that love and enjoy playing with Barbie and will continue to do so in the future.''
Published: December 19, 2005

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Buck gets revenge on car that hit deer
DES MOINES, Iowa: A large buck has gotten revenge on a car that struck a deer last year. Mallery Prall ran into a deer with his 2004 Kia Sorento last December, the Des Moines resister reported. Last week, Prall got hit back. A big buck rammed and heavily damaged the side of his vehicle Wednesday about a block from the site of the first crash in Des Moines. Another driver pulled up and told Prall: "I saw the whole thing. It wasn't your fault. You had the right of way," the newspaper said. A police officer told Prall the eight-point buck probably saw its own reflection in the sport utility vehicle and charged. "I didn't even see him coming," Prall said. ?

Town Takes Revenge on That Wacky Runaway Bride!
Runaway bride Jennifer Wilbanks now spends her days mowing the lawns of government buildings, picking up litter, washing public vehicles and cleaning government offices as part of her sentence for lying to police after she ran off days before her scheduled wedding. No word yet on whether she got a refund for that huge wedding banquet.

Wife Seeks Divorce, Wants $500,000 for 5 1/2 Years of Cooking and Cleaning
Kathy Thompson says "housewives are invaluable" and is asking for almost $500,000 from her soon-to-be ex for 5 1/2 years of housework.?an a wife put a price tag on housework? Kathy says yes, and is seeking $500,000 for the work she did during 51/2 years of marriage.Kathy previously appeared on television when she went on strike to get her husband, Gary, to help around the house. Now she wants a divorce, and compensation for her work. "He goes fishing a lot, he doesn't appreciate me I don't think, and so I went on strike," Kathy Thompson said in 2002. The strike ended only when Gary Thompson showed up with flowers, vacation plans and dinner reservations. But Kathy Thompson says the honeymoon didn't last very long. In addition to her previous housework, Thompson said she also had to start mowing the lawn and doing other household chores such as painting the house. She was also working two jobs and going to school.Thompson said she finally had a "nervous breakdown," and one day at church God "touched my heart and said 'Baby, the only thing you're guilty of is loving too much and too hard.'"Thompson said she went home and wrote out a bill for her soon-to-be ex. The itemized bill covers 51/2 years of cooking, cleaning, laundry and yard work. For six hours a day of cleaning for 352 days a year, Thompson is charging $20 per hour for a total of $42,240. Approximately 1,760 loads of laundry at $10 a load could cost Gary Thompson $17,600.The bill is a separate case from the divorce proceedings. Kathy Thompson says the total comes to $494,880, but she will settle for $30,000."I'm trying to be reasonable," she said. "It's not about the money, it's about standing up for women's rights."Kathy Thompson is now living in her mother and father's log cabin and working part time cleaning houses. She says has no plans to marry again.-ABC News

Jennifer Aniston's Revenge Advice
Gwen Stefani has advised Jennifer Aniston to take revenge on her ex husband, Brad Pitt. Stefani is reportedly urging the former 'Friends' star to get even with Pitt after his alleged affair with Angelina Jolie. Stefani told Aniston not to allow herself to be portrayed as a doormat and is encouraging her to get mad. Nobody respects a loser and she must not come off looking like one.Insiders say Aniston will begin her retaliation with an explosive interview with America's Vanity Fair magazine, in which she reveals the truth about Brad's relationship with Angelina.An insider is quoted by Britain's Grazia magazine as saying: "The fact that Brad has been making her look so pathetic as he runs around town with Angelina is incredibly painful for her. At first Jennifer was completely uncomprehending and seemed unable to respond Now she is angry. Jennifer has said she did want babies and that starting a family wasn't the issue. The issue was that Brad cheated"

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Tim Burton's Ex Takes Revenge
Rummaging for a Piece of Tim Burton
Published: March 12, 2005
New York Times
USA, Calif., March 11 - The notice read: "Tim Burton's garage sale." Who wouldn't want a peek? You never know what you are going to find at a garage sale, especially a Hollywood sale, especially one at which the items belonged to the gothic talent behind "Edward Scissorhands," "Mars Attacks!" and "Sleepy Hollow." The dozens of regular folks who lined up outside a lonely storage unit in this town east of Pasadena on Friday were hoping for a bit of movie history, and (no one would deny it) a glimpse inside Mr. Burton's private life with his ex-girlfriend, Lisa Marie.That's because it was Ms. Marie who was divesting herself of the accouterments of her 10-year relationship with Mr. Burton - "movie memorabilia, props from movie sets," read the advertisement on the Craig's List Web site - along with a few other knickknacks like, say, a rice cooker and a whole bunch of Manolo Blahniks. Advertisement"They have exquisite taste," gushed Mathu VonKasten, 40, a self described "style architect" who shapes trends for magazines and movies, as he left the building. He wore a checkered cap, a red hammer-and sickle pin on his lapel (hip, not political) and two black spiral earrings. "We love Tim Burton and that 'Nightmare Before Christmas' sort of thing, but that's not what we're here for," he explained. Mr. VonKasten was here for the furniture, and bought a Noguchi glass coffee table for the bargain price of $495. "It looked picked over, but they had exquisite Egyptian cotton sheets and cashmere tops - something you can throw on to go to the grocery store," he added. Garage sales are a regular ritual of Los Angeles life, and show business garage sales are particularly sought after, with their rags-to-riches-to-rags subtext. Also because they are so rare; movie stars are not generally in the habit of dragging their things out onto the front lawn for a public looky-look. But in this case the event fell into the category of psychic divestment, explained Ms. Marie's lawyer, Lara P. Ott, who was supervising the sale. "This is very painful for her," Ms. Ott said, referring to Ms. Marie, a model who memorably played the Martian Girl in Mr. Burton's "Mars Attacks!" and Ichabod Crane's mother in "Sleepy Hollow." The couple broke up in 2001. "She is trying to separate herself from a very traumatic event in her life, the end of her relationship with Tim," Ms. Ott added. "Her purpose is to move forward, and leave the past behind her." But by 9 a.m. on Friday, not too much was left of her past with Mr. Burton, he of the spooky sets and dark palette, who first came to prominence with the ghoulish comedy hit "Beetlejuice." It turned out that Ms. Marie had unloaded most of the movie props and furniture to a private bidder the night before, who had carted everything away in trucks. The main movie item left was a velvet chaise lounge from the 1994 movie "Ed Wood," priced at $20,000.Mr. Burton, in London finishing his latest film, "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," with his pet actor, Johnny Depp, was less than thrilled that his ex-girlfriend was cleaning house. "He's very upset that items that perhaps at one time belonged to him are being sold in a garage sale, and he is looking into his legal options," said Mr. Burton's spokeswoman, Leslee Dart.Many of the bargain seekers and Burton fans were equally unamused, but for a different reason. "It's basically a garage sale - junk," said Connie May, who had taken the day off from her job at a construction company to come to the sale with a friend. She bought a coffee mug with a Chihuahua on it for $1 as consolation. "We thought it would be props, memorabilia, scripts - anything," she said. "To call it a Tim Burton sale was a stretch, I guarantee you," said Long Gone John, a music producer with lots of silver jewelry, including a skull bone ring. "I was very disappointed." "It's unacceptable," said Suzanne Stanford, a furniture collector who had come at 8:15 a.m. to be one of the first inside when the doors opened. "You get here and everything's gone." Still, others managed to mine a few gems from the bric-a-brac, including some loose plastic eyeballs ($1), a plastic Ultraman monster figure ($1) and a "Mars Attacks!" wall sconce ($25). Michael Murphy, a Burton fan, got some free "Mars Attacks!" goo after buying a ceramic tile, painted by Mr. Burton, of a pastel-colored ghoul, for $375. Richard Ruiz, a collector, bought two "Planet of the Apes" posters for $4 each. How much would they cost on eBay? "I don't know," he said. "I'm going to go home and put them up and see what they get." For some, it was enough to be able to touch a little bit of fame, to imagine the life of the artist and his muse, surrounded by Anna Sui dresses, overstuffed pillows and bright pink glitter fabric. Not, however, for Lenora Claire. Ms. Claire, a 24-year-old circus performer with flaming red hair and black, glittering four-inch platform boots, had something very specific in mind. "I love ray guns," she said as she stood in line. "I collect ray guns. I figured this would be the place to find one."

Our DIVORCE/BREAKUP PARTY GUIDE was featured in New York Times - Style Section on Feb. 13th. !! "OK, it's over, Let's Party!" Also... MAXIM (February issue) features Revenge Lady's advice.

"STELLA AWARDS" honor Fiscal Revenge!!
It's time once again to review the winners of the annual "Stella Awards." The Stella's are named after 81-year-old Stella Liebeck who spilled coffee on herself and successfully sued McDonald's. That case inspired the Stella awards for the most frivolous successful lawsuits in the United States. Here are this year's winners:3rd Place:A Philadelphia restaurant was ordered to pay Amber Carson of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, $113,500 after she slipped on a soft drink and broke her coccyx (tailbone). The beverage was on the floor because Ms. Carson had thrown it at her boyfriend 30 seconds earlier during an argument.2nd Place:Kara Walton of Claymont, Delaware, successfully sued the owner of a night club in a neighboring city when she fell from the bathroom window to the floor and knocked out her two front teeth. This occurred while Ms. Walton was trying to sneak through the window in the ladies room to avoid paying the $3.50 cover charge. She was awarded $12,000 and dentalexpenses.1st Place:This year's run away winner was Mr. Merv Grazinski of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Mr. Grazinski purchased a brand new 32-foot Winnebago motor home. On his first trip home, (from an OU football game), having driven onto the freeway, he set the cruise control at 70 mph and calmly left the drivers seat to go into the back and make himself a cup of coffee. Not surprisingly, the R. V. left the freeway, crashed and overturned. Mr. Grazinski sued Winnebago for not advising him in the owner's manual that he couldn't actually do this. The jury awarded him $1,750,000 plusa new motor home. The company actually changed their manuals on the basis of this suit, just in case there were any other complete morons buying recreation vehicles.

British Secretaries take imaginative revenge on bad bosses!
Research has revealed the inventive measures taken by secretaries to get back at bullying bosses. One filled the air vents in her boss's car with talc before he was about to drive important clients to dinner.Another injected milk into her boss's chair while he was away and spread mince (ground beef) under the carpet in his office. His office had to be steam cleaned to get rid of the smell.On-line careers service Fish4jobs spoke to office workers in London, Manchester and Glasgow for the survey. A spokesman said: "PAs may not sit on the board or be able to hire and fire their bosses, but they do have the power to make life extremely difficult for the guv'nor."One secretary hijacked her boss's presentation by swapping his carefully prepared notes at the very last minute. And a number of secretaries admitted washing their employers' mugs in toilet pans before serving them tea.But occupational psychologist Dr Frank Bond told the Daily Record: "Venting anger in this way only breeds more fury, which is not helpful to your mental health."Copyright 2004 Ananova Ltd

Check out the link below for a picture story of one guy's revenge on his little brother. (Both are very cute.) The question is what did the little brother do to deserve this unique act of revenge?

POST PICTURES ON SITES THAT INVITE PEOPLE TO RATE ATTRACTIVENESS allows you to post a picture and let others rate the subject's bangability. Yes, we smell another revenge idea....At Hot or Not, more than four million people, most of them 18 to 24, have posted at least one photograph, according to the company. The site was founded in late 2000 by Mr. Hong and Jim Young when Mr. Hong was an unemployed hardware engineer and Mr. Young was struggling with a dissertation for a joint degree in electrical engineering and computer science. "Basically, we were sitting around drinking beers in the middle the afternoon when a comment Jim made about a woman he had seen at a party made us think, wouldn't it be cool if there was a Web site where you could tell if a girl was a perfect 10?" said Mr. Hong, 31, who saved the Heineken bottle he was sipping from at the time. What began as a lark has in three years transmogrified into something entirely different. For Mr. Hong and Mr. Young it has turned into a serious business that earns several million dollars a year as an online dating service. The site's popularity has given rise to hundreds of copycat sites that reveal a world very different from the PG-rated realm that Mr. Hong and Mr. Young imagined back in 2000. Sites like Bangable and - where visitors rate snapshots based on the number of beers it would require to render that person sexually attractive, ranging from "sober" to 24 bottles - are clearly rated R, if not X. (There are also sites focusing on body parts, like, which offers the helpful disclaimer that its content is not to be construed as medical advice.)"Some of these sites are much more cruel than others," said Armond Aserinsky, a psychiatrist who studies the mass media, including the Internet, after 30 years of private practice in the suburbs of Philadelphia. "Hot or Not has some rules that they seem to keep to. At least they're trying to keep it civilized."Hot or Not (where it is rare for anyone to rate below 3.0) requires that people be fully clothed and not expose themselves in their skivvies or lingerie; it also prohibits sexually suggestive poses. But other sites are less restrained, with participants posting nude photos and, in some cases, soliciting business. At least a few of those posting at Bangable invite browsers to chat online - at a price - or buy videos in which you can see much more of them. There is also the occasional prank. "People try to post pictures of famous people and porn stars and sports stars all the time, but I just delete them," said Nathan Hudson, the creator of
More difficult to monitor -and more troubling - are those who post pictures of others, as a joke or for revenge. "You've got people putting their bosses up, or old girlfriends or whatever," Mr. Hudson said. Still, he figures that he has received only 5 to 10 complaints a year since creating the site in 2001. RELATED
Copyright New York Times 2004

UNWANTED GIFT FROM A LOW LIFE RAT - LLADRO NAO FIGURINEHere we have a beautiful and genuine Lladro NAO handmade porcelain figurine which is in perfect condition. On the bottom it is marked 'DAISA 1991' and gives the model number '505'. This elegant lady stands 26 cm tall and is holding a pink flower - which (I think) is a lily, and she wears a long gracefully flowing beige and white dress, blue shoes and a pink wide brimmed hat with flowers on the side. She is perfect in every detail and is in first class condition - having been carefully wrapped and kept safely in a box since she was given to me by my ex boyfriend -Paul Botterill. The sale of this beautiful figurine is a very reluctant, but necessary sale as I need to raise money to pay for the upkeep of Paul Botterill's beautiful baby son who was born in April- 8 weeks early, and who he has never seen because he left me at the end of last year when I was pregnant. I was then made redundant due to having to take time off from work because of complications related to the cancer treatment. Six months before he got me pregnant (against medical advice) he begged me not to have a hysterectomy when I was diagnosed with cancer because he so desperately wanted to have a child- Although ironically he does have a 15 year old daughter who he has never seen either because he walked out on that girlfriend when she was pregnant too. The last time I saw Paul Botterill (who works in the main headquarters of Leicestershire Fire and Rescue in Glenfield, Leicester) was when he demanded that I get a termination of the pregnancy because I had ended the relationship with him after he hit me and became aggressive to my (then) 4 year old son. He told me that if I didnt want him, then he didn't want the baby and that I was to get rid of the fxxxer (his words not mine).

Is eBay the Latest Venue for Creative Avengers?
Check out the following wonderfully creative listing on eBay where a sick and tired femme is selling her cheating firefighter's shorts.....last week an equally resourceful gent sold his ex-wife's wedding dress on the site and generated lots of fun publicity for himself. Yes, revenge is sweet. Click here for Ebay listing.

Zapping Old Flames Into Digital Ash Oscars prove that "Living Well Is the Best Revenge"
Among the glitterati at this years's Oscar Awards were several women who are a testament to the old adage, Living Well Is the Best Revenge. Sofia Coppola had her moment of triumph for her spectacular film "Lost In Translation". The relationship of the young woman in the film was apparantly inspired by her marriage to her ex-husband, and who can forget the drubbing she received as a teenager when she played a Corleone daughter in one of her father's Godfather films. Other "living well" femmes at the Oscars - Uma Thurman, Angelina Jolie and Nicole Kidman, to name a few.

FIRST MADE POPULAR by Madonna and other pop stars in the 1980s, jelly bracelets are making a comeback with teens and some grade-school kids. But this time, there's a twist: In some parts of the country, they're calling them sex bracelets with various colors supposedly representing promises to perform sex acts in a game called snap. As the story goes, break someone's orange bracelet (or purple, in some cases) and you get a kiss. Red, a lap dance. Blue, oral sex. Black, intercourse. And so on. They've been selling like crazy, says Andy Ball, a clerk at The Alley, an edgy clothing and accessories store in Chicago. He says he learned about their secret meaning from a group of teens who came into the store about a month ago. I'ts unclear whether young people are really following through with the sex acts. And some experts think most youth are hearing about the game from recent news reports, not each other. 2003 Associated Press.

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The Woman's Book of Revenge - Chris Gallagher
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