Since you obviously have nothing better to do, answer the above question (please). I was watching a documentary called "Encounters at the End of the World," about Antarctica and the people who live there during the no-nighttime months (Oct. through Feb.). These people are basically stuck in the middle of nowhere (although a strangely beautiful nowhere) and are far from their loved ones. I noticed that some of these wanderers (many of them scientists, men and women) had wedding rings, something I probably wouldn't have been paying as much attention to pre-affair. Then I started to wonder if any of them were having affairs with each other. The subject never came up in the documentary, but I found myself wondering what was going on (or not going on) with these people. Anyone else do this or similar mental exercises now that infidelity has impacted your life?
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