Cheating husbands and wives annoyed with website's bad ethics.
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The website Ashley Madison with its tagline "Life Is Short. Have An Affair" helps married men and women find partners to help them cheat on their spouses. This week, the website was hacked compromising over 30 million user's information including names and credit card numbers — information that Ashley Madison had told users they completely deleted."I just can't believe a website would do such a thing. I mean, you think you know a website, and it goes and does something like this." Says Tricia Bobacard, a wife and mother of two. She's been using Ashley Madison for two years now, banging men half her age, at least once a week. "It's terrible how some websites just have no moral value."While some are upset at Ashley Madison, others are peeved at the hackers that compromised the information. "It's despicable what these people are doing," said Joey Bobacard, also a user on the website, he prefers large women as well as men half his age, "These sickos are taking our information and using it for their own gain? I'm disgusted!"