Sorry, I'm not sorry this info was leaked. You cheaters get what you deserve!

If you are not in the 'know' about the cheating encouraged website, Ashley Madison, don't feel bad. This website, in my opinion, is part of the bad parts of the internet that really take away from the daily cat memes I enjoy. Ashley Madison users experienced the one thing that would expose the no good deeds that they were engaging in. There was a hack on user info by a hacker group who said that they will only release names and other titillating data. No financial data or anything that could be used to steal a person's identity. Well, they have delivered.

Okay, let me get this out of the way. I do not feel sorry for you if you are a member of Ashley Madison as part of this data dump. I have to say that I am glad that this hacker group has decided to expose these lairs and cheaters for who they are and what they are doing. I know I am making a sweeping generalization, but cheaters need to be exposed. They lie and lie again to get out of the ramifications of their bad choices. So, Ashley Madison users, you get no sympathy from me.

You may have heard on the news that emails, names, and options selected  for 'dates' or what cheaters are looking for have been released a few days ago. Many have been caught up in this latest data dump including recently disgraced reality star, Josh Duggar. Do you know of anyone who has been caught up in this? You can actually check here:

Ashley Madison Members Data Dump

All you need is an email of the person you are looking for and you are off and running. But please, be careful. You never know what or who you may find.