Two quick items:
First, this item from Ravenwood, about one poor would-be anti-war protesters dilemma.
"Sometimes I just get so mad that my country is committing mass murder. What power have I to stop it?
I am going to start reading up on Ghandi. This is the breaking point. I have to do something drastic, like go on a hunger strike chained to a light pole next to the NBC building in Chicago. But it's starting to get cold and I have my thesis to work on and classes to finish up this semester." (Emphasis mine.)
Now, that's funny. I would try to make a political point by suffering through a hunger strike, but it's just too cold and I'm busy.
On a slightly less humorous note, there's this article from National Review Online concerning divorce.
"As recently seen on The Today Show and Good Morning America, "divorce parties" are all the rage. Was your marriage on the rocks? Well, the divorce papers are signed and it's now time to play "pin the blame on the ex" and "throw the wedding ring in the toilet" games — or so it is if you talk to the likes of the author of The Woman's Book of Divorce: 101 Ways to Make Him Suffer Forever and Ever."
I have suggestion. If you are the type of woman to buy a book subtitled 101 Ways to Make Him Suffer Forever and Ever, then the most effective way to "make him suffer" would be to stay with him.