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January 09, 2018


“They’re calling this guy ‘Social Security’ because he actually has his Social Security (number) tattooed across his forehead.”

(Thanks to Pirateboy)


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He also had "I have a gub" tattooed across the back of his neck.

He was "demanding several brands of cigarettes"?

This guy truly is your Criminal Mastermind of the Week (so far).

"You care about your life?"
"Why do you ask?"
"I've got a great deal for you on term insurance."
"...Please shoot me now."

Remember the guy from LifeLock who put his Social Security number on the outside of a city bus to prove it was safe, and then got ripped off? I think this is him, he's gone round the bend.

padraig I wondered what had happened to the LifeLock guy. Oh how the mighty have fallen.

NurseCindy and Padraig: Google "LifeLock Founder Felony". The guy who started LifeLock has a felony conviction - for stealing his father's identity!
Here's a linky.

I suspect there wouldn't be much benefit in stealing this guy's identity.

I've heard of people being concerned about the mark of the beast before. This is the first time I have heard of the mark of the swamp.

Great story PirateBoy. I had no idea he was a crook.

NC: Neither did I, until I was driving in to a meeting to negotiate a 5 year contract to bring their services to the company I work for. The morning news that day happened to feature the conviction of the CEO of LifeLock.

Needless to say, when we asked the lawyers to discuss that, they quickly ended the meeting, and we, just as quickly, selected another vendor.

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