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(   Man scores free airplane ride by dressing up as a pilot. Bottled water and nail clippers still our biggest threat to airline security   ( divider line
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2012-09-23 03:04:35 PM  
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If someone did this with real ID and just wore a pilots uniform and cleared security I would have no problem with it. Anyone who can pull the wool over the eyes of an airline deserves a free flight. Of course, if someone dresses up in BDUs and the airline assumes he is a soldier and gives him an upgrade, well, I am OK with that, too.
2012-09-23 01:40:42 PM  
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2012-09-23 12:34:17 PM  
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Tom_Slick: Cerebral Knievel: That is a great movie

The movie doesn't even begin to scratch the surface of his scams, including conning his way out of Atlanta Federal Penitentiary.

Sorry but outside of check fraud, he didn't do any of that.

The irony here is that he DID pull off a titanic scam- making a big adventure book of fiction and claiming it as real, to the point where Leonardo DiCaprio played him. You shouldn't be disappointed, he TOLD YOU he was a con man!
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