As a society, we seem to root for the anti-hero: the empowered individual who takes matters into their own hands, even though they may be operating outside the law. Paul Cooley gives us another type of anti-hero to root for in the form of the Breakers, a sinister manifestation of righteous retribution. It's hard not to cheer for the bad guy in this story. The lesson here is clear: How you treat others is a direct reflection of how you will be treated yourself. The idea isn't new, but this story packs more punch than seeing someone get their comeuppance usually does. Next time your cable service goes out, take a deep breath and count to ten before you pick up the phone.