Professor Busted for Urinating on Coworkers Door

There are 100 ways to get revenge at a university. However, pissing on your coworkers door probably isn’t one of them.

Tihomir Petrov, a univerisity professor at Cal. State Northridge, was charged with urinating in a public place.

Apparently it wasn’t the first time he did it, because the university set up surveillance cameras after someone noticed puddles in front of the door, which they assumed was urine.

I guess the moral to this story is to keep your pecker in your pants! Seriously, why expose yourself like that to get revenge? All he needed to have done is to urinate in one of those big plastic milk jugs multiple times until it was full. Or, he could have used a one liter plastic water bottle. Then, let it set out in the sun and heat for a few days, and then he could have poured it all over and under the coworkers door. That could have easily gotten his message across, and kept him out of jail, if he only did it once.

With the USA and the world as dangerous as it already is, I would have just assumed that the university had cameras everywhere in the halls, and would have resorted to something more discreet.

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Man Faces 5 Years in Prison for Hacking into Wife’s E-mail

You can use 100 ways to get revenge on your spouse, but sometimes, breaking into their e-mail isn’t such a smart idea.

Leon Walker is looking at up to five years in prison for hacking into his wife’s e-mail account.

He didn’t see it as hacking, but just a way of confirming his wife had been cheating on him. He said he was also trying to protect his daughter from her mother’s actions.

Well, the woman left her password in a book next to the computer. So, all he did was access her e-mail with a password she left behind. Either way, he’s facing prison time.

It seems that many states are toughening their laws in regards to accessing people’s accounts. Whether it is Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo, or MySpace, or Facebook, it could be just a matter of time before people start doing hard time in every state.

The question is, if you thought your spouse was having an affair, would you look for clues first? Would you access your partner’s e-mail if you had the password, and suspected something fishy?

I think most people would, regardless if they wanted to admit it, or not. I know, some people would say that if they didn’t trust their partner, they shouldn’t be together with them. This is a true statement. However, wouldn’t it be better to have the goods on them first, before you head off to a divorce court?

The biggest point here is if you are going to hack into your partner’s account, don’t admit to it, and don’t get caught. I’m sure this guy saw something in one of her e-mails, and then confronted her about it, and then fessed up that he was in her e-mail account. Dumb!

It says in the article that he is a computer technician by profession. If that’s the case, there is no way his wife should have known that he was in her account.

If you are planning on doing something like this, only use the information you get from the e-mail for your own personal knowledge. If it helps you avoid being surprised that your partner is ready to leave you. Great. You can start planning your defense early, and hopefully, start following your partner around, and maybe even catch them in the act. Just don’t let anyone know that you got the information from getting in their personal e-mail.

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Happy 2011

I want to wish everyone a Happy New Year and a prosperous 2011.

I never like to wish bad luck on anyone, nor am I a revenge monger. However, some people need to be dealt with accordingly.

Many people write to me and ask if it’s really worth getting revenge on someone, or is it better to just let it go. I always answer that it depends on the individual. If you are a soft type, and believe that a higher being will take care of everything, and you believe in karma, well, revenge is probably not going to be such a good thing for you.

Although I consider myself a religious person at times, I don’t believe that anyone has the right to treat you badly, and get away with it. ¬†Yes, they are going to have to answer for their sins one day, but in the meantime, I figure I’ve got to keep my sanity, and if I have someone who continues to make my life a living hell, I’m going to deal with them in a way that I know best. I’m going to get revenge, and I think you should too.

There are somethings to look out for this year. I think that many states in the U.S. are going to get tougher with Internet related revenge (examples: accessing people’s e-mails, or Facebook accounts, sending harassing e-mails, and writing false accusations about someone) this year. More and more people are crying about getting bullied and harassed, even though they are usually the ones who start it.

Regardless, there will always be ways to get revenge with someone online, or offline. You might just need to be more selective in the ways you go about it.

If someone does something to you this year that requires you to get even, strike hard, strike fast, and don’t feel sorry about your actions.