So the morning meeting here in GOV land has taken on a crazy turn. Instead of working to solve the current issues of a major move, a possible deployment and of course catching bad guys, todays topic is cheaters. Specifically, Jesse James, Tiger and our own population? WTF?
Now, we do get our fair share of interesting stories regarding this topic however, they usually end with someone going to jail for a very long time. This is because, the spouse/partner/BF/GF caught the other and took matters into their own hands resulting in assault, murder, etc.
I myself have been cheated on by every person I've ever dated, except for MW (Who restored my faith in women and what a loving relationship can truly be). But to take it to the level of violence, I don't think so. What hurt more than the act was the utter lack of respect that they had for me, and the dishonsety that followed. Even when given an opportunity to admit it, be forgiven and work through it they chose to lie.
Granted, this topic gets reported on more so thanks to instant media and all, but our data here shows a major up swing over the last 10 years, with a large section of our population surveyed thinking its an okay way to pass the time. So, is this some sort of new social trend? Can cheating be justified? Or will this pass just like parachute pants and WHAM T-Shirts?
P.S. Nazi chicks with implants and neck tattoos suck.