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In these troubled times it's good to know that someone out there is addressing the issue of how you would express your anger and disgust were you - God forbid - to become a victim of terrorist atrocity.

Enter You Blew Me Up You Bastard.Com, a new online resource dedicated to ensuring that your ire is properly expressed photographically and verbally:

If you're killed by an act of terrorism, the newspapers and television stations will use whatever photo they can.

From graduation...

Your holiday snaps...

Or if you're really unlucky, CCTV...

None of these express the anger, the rage, even the disappointment your disembodied spirit will feel at having your life untimely snuffed out.

That's where YouBlewMeUpYouBastard.com comes in. We'll store a photo of you, giving it large at the terrorists what done you in, and in the event of your body being blown to bits by a suicide bomber, we'll supply your disgusted image to all news services.

So don't let your death stop you telling the terrorists how much they stink.

Dan In London: 'That's quite enough of that, thank you'As an example of the sort of posthumous image which will be spread across the world's media, have a look at Dan from London (left) who, with admirable British understatement, has elected to "give it large" with a quick "That is quite enough of that, thank you" from beyond the grave.

Naturally, there are some far angrier people in there - and they're not even dead yet. Ozzie bin Laden take note, you bastard. ®

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