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Originally posted by AGWskeptic
reply to post by Ben81
If he was that smart why did he give such a shoddy ID to the police?
He's no spy, in his mind maybe, but he's not working for any government.
I wouldn't assume this guy is smart just because he can make fake ID's and buy uniforms from surplus stores and on line.
In fact, I'd say it makes him pretty stupid.
Originally posted by moonzoo7
I posted this thread this morning before dashing out the door to go to work, so I didn't get to comment on this all day. If he was a Pro, I don't think he'd be in the situation he's in. Even if he was a CIA screw-up, I think they would reel him in and they would have him. maybe he was using these items to help smuggle people into the states from Cuba? Just a thought. Although NASA doesn't have much to do with civilian matters at all. This guy may be a crack pot, but I think that he's dangerous, and more may come of this.
I did think of how this was a perfect ATS topic, BTW. There's a lot of room for speculation on this one.
Notre Dame coach hired, then fired
George O’Leary’s resume has a very brief (but accurate) entry on his resume as head coach at Notre Dame: the football leader was fired just five days after he was hired when it was revealed that he’d lied on his resume. O’Leary represented that he’d earned a master’s degree from New York University-Stony Brook, and although he was a student, he did not actually receive a degree from the school. He also claimed that he’d earned three letters playing football in New Hampshire, while the school said he never even played a game. Already an award-winning coach from Georgia Tech, many wondered why O’Leary even needed to bother with padding his resume. But the coach shared that he’d fluffed up his experience many years earlier, and simply hadn’t gone back to fix the inaccuracies. O’Leary’s fibbing was an embarrassing moment for not just the coach, but Notre Dame football, but both parties have moved on successfully from the incident. Most recently, O’Leary led the University of Central Florida Knights to a BCS-ranked season and a Liberty Bowl victory in 2010, the team’s most successful season in history.