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How To Plan Revenge
Planning revenge means not leaving anything up to chance. Every detail counts!
When you've been wronged the only thing that matters is getting right again.
I know... I understand.
But to get right again you've got to make sure that your revenge does not come back to bite you on the butt again.
It's all in the details.
Knowledge. The first thing you want to do is write down everything that happened to you that now needs revenging. Keep this a personal private letter, file, whatever. Its likely better that it doesn't see the light of day should you progress to step two.
Details. Know everything you can about the person you want to get revenge on. It's all about the details, anything is a clue that can help you get even. No bit of information is too small. You don't want to stalk the person but you do need to know the basics such as full name, address, place of work, simple things like that.
Evaluation. You have to decide exactly what and how your revenge will be exacted. This, of course, will vary according to your own personal preferences and abilities. Do not over-estimate yourself or those that you will count ion to help you in your quest. Always keep in mind that you do not want to be the central person of suspicion. Any action that could be directly pointed back at you should not be undertaken.
Execution. Everything has a plan and all things should be moving along with that plan. Quick strikes. Fast moves. Simple exits. Your revenge should be timed to be the most exacting it can be. As well, you should know how long, from start to finish, your actions will take, no matter if they are conducted in person (by you or someone else) or not.
Completion. Do not get overly excited about your revenge. Success is not measured by aggravation of the target. You are the only person (and those that may have helped directly or indirectly) that knows what happened when. Do not be excited to find out if your revenge is final. The time will come when your revenge event will come back to your ears. But do not hurry this information back to you. You may still be a suspect.
Revenge is an "end of cycle' event, not the continuation of any story. Be careful and deliberate in your actions. And be certain that you can live with the repercussions, if any, of the actions you take. You could always forgive and forget.
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