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(Some Guy)   Two men dress up as security guards to get on the sidelines for a college football game, somehow forgetting that real security guards would already be on the sidelines   (journalstar.com) divider line 17
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2008-12-01 09:50:31 AM
It's Dumas
 
2008-12-01 09:53:53 AM
Hey Ross?

Yeah Morgan?

Does this jacket make me look like a potential terrorist?

No, not at all.
 
2008-12-01 09:54:30 AM
Ahhh... NFL players.. The great moral leaders of our nation.

49ersnews.com
 
2008-12-01 09:58:08 AM
Queue the John Candy pics in 3....2...
 
2008-12-01 09:59:34 AM
"No one was injured, but two people were taken to an area hospital for high blood pressure, Orlando police said."

These guys will be getting a call....

Link (new window)
 
2008-12-01 10:00:00 AM
The incident occurred between 4 p.m. and 4:13 p.m., according to the police report.

Good police work there lou
 
2008-12-01 10:00:13 AM
oops, wrong topic.
 
2008-12-01 10:01:06 AM
Bergwood?

//Once again life imitates AllState commercials
 
2008-12-01 10:04:25 AM
I take it the cops "pulled their jackets"?
 
2008-12-01 10:04:39 AM
Not amused:

www.dtdstudios.com
 
2008-12-01 10:05:06 AM
I once dressed up as a telecom technician to crash an over-priced con that I didn't want to pay to get into; freakin' worked so well, I never even got questioned... I just walked right in past the pay booth, the guards, everybody.

Moral of the story: You have to act like you actually belong there, and no one will question it. 95% of social engineering is just showing up and playing the part right.
 
2008-12-01 10:08:16 AM
thespindrifter: 95% of social engineering is just showing up and playing the part right.

That has always worked.
The only problem is it's relatively harmless as a scam.
Unfortunately, in "this day and age" and "In these times", The jacked up hyped up juiced up LEOs are less akin to having a good time and more likely to jump the gun/tasser/etc.

At least GITMO should fade away soon.
 
2008-12-01 10:16:37 AM
vudukungfu: The only problem is it's relatively harmless as a scam.

THIS!

They should be commended for actually wanting to attend a Huskers game during the cold, anyway. Maybe late 90s Huskers, but now? Give these men medals.
 
2008-12-01 10:19:17 AM
"Get a good make up and the part plays itself".
- - - - George Ade
 
2008-12-01 10:36:34 AM
thespindrifter:
Moral of the story: You have to act like you actually belong there, and no one will question it. 95% of social engineering is just showing up and playing the part right.



I learned that many years ago from Thomas Wolfe in "The Electric Kool-Aid Test".

You just have to bring everybody into your own movie.
 
2008-12-01 01:01:20 PM
Two years after I got out of college I wanted to go the Michigan-tOSU game, but I couldn't get tickets at anything close to a reasonable price. So a friend and I dressed up in the khakis and polos all the trainers wore and just walked in and acted like we knew what we were doing.

Once we were in they pulled off the polos and filtered up to the student section and hung out. Good times.
 
2008-12-01 02:03:39 PM
If that delightful fat Canadian comic actor isn't attached to this project, it'll never get greenlit by a Hollywood studio and I don't care.

You know the one I mean, Mumbly Joe, something to do with TV cartoons, in everything that comes out of Hollywood nowadays--Seth Rogan. That's the ticket.

Oh, wait. This is something that really happened. Now I know I really don't care.

Besides, Simpsons did it.
 
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