Rage. The virus decimated all of Great Britain in the 2002 horror film 28 Days Later. The emotional reaction that turns mild-mannered Bruce Banner into the Incredible Hulk. We all have moments of rage, of just wanting to put our fists through a wall or a printer... not that I'm speaking from personal experience. Sometimes the stress and anger just gets the better of you and you need to let it all out. But fortunately The Purge is just a movie and not a thing... yet. That's why Rage Rooms are a thing. And now Hannibal has one.

Clint Spencer

Me, after my computer freezes for the 3rd time while writing this blog.

The concept is simple. It's a room full of breakable stuff. You pay to go in and break all that stuff, release your anger and your stress and you don't have to worry about a meeting with HR about why your desk in a dozen pieces, or how the computer from your fifth floor cubicle ended up in the parking lot.

That's why Paula Del Toro opened a rage room in her backyard in Hannibal. To help you vent and release the anger so you don't go critical. The cost is $25 per person, and she's open 7a-9p. For more information, or to contact her about setting up a a time to unleash Beast Mode on an old TV, you can find Outrage on Facebook.

In the past I've used a shooting range and batting cages as alternative methods of relieving stress. To make no mention of a bottle of rum or a baggie of marij- Oreos. Oreos is where I was going with that. Mmmmmm Oreos. I know I'm gonna have to start taking a few lunches down in Hannibal. Maybe add more Motörhead to my iPod.