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TSPIH.comThere Is A Special Place In Hell is a new site in which people can denounce these things in life that are just plain wrong. Here, people can make any frustrating situation public, and address the one(s) responsible for it directly. This system can be used anonymously, but if you sign up for an account you will be able to make posts using the name you choose.


Plus, registered users of the site are allowed to track their favorite posts, and see which reactions these elicit over time. And becoming an official There Is A Place In Hell user means that you will be able to start earning points for your participation, and get badges to wear with pride on your profile page.

Plus, integration with Facebook and Twitter has already been implemented. You will be able to share all your There Is A Place In Hell activity there, and let everybody know about who you have sent packing to that special place where you grow horns and roast for ever for what they have done to you (or to someone you love). In Their Own Words

All too often the creators of this site have laughed at inappropriate times, said the wrong things or took a moment to recognize the brilliance of other idiots. There is a Special Place in Hell (TSPIH) was born out of the long nights managing jobs, family and trying to create companies. After a marathon of brainstorming and making fun of each others horrible ideas for companies the phrase There is a Special Place in Hell kept bouncing off the walls. For instance, TSPIH for a guy who thinks a marketing guy and a computer guy could clean out foreclosures for a living. (By the way you can get the kit to teach you how to clean out foreclosures online for the low, low price of $249.00. Good luck with that business!)

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It is something of a start towards righting what is wrong with the world.

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Author : Roger Hollings

Born and bred in Maine, Roger is one of the longest-standing writers for A translator by trade, he is passionate about art in all its forms. He enjoys both classic and contemporary literature, nature photography and music from both sides of the Atlantic. Fascinated by technology from an early age, he has always explored the ways in which computers let people articulate their thoughts and communicate better with the world at large.

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