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Did you receive the following message in your e-mail? Just kidding!
Government warning on the purchase of UPS uniforms:
There was a large purchase worth $ 32,000, United Parcel Service (UPS) uniforms on eBay over the last 30 days. This could represent a serious threat of counterfeit drivers (terrorists) can make something for someone with deadly consequences! If you have ANY questions when a driver UPS appears at your door, must be able to provide valid identification
Also, if someone has a UPS uniform comes to a fall or collect, make sure to drive a UPS truck. UPS does not make deliveries or pickups in anything except a company vehicle. If you have a problem call your local agency for the implementation of Act Now!
Take this seriously! Tell everyone in your office, your family, friends, etc. Do people know what we can prepare and / or avoid terrorist attacks against our people! Thank you for your time reviewing this and if Please send everyone on your list, even if they are friends or enemies. We should all be aware!
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Power on the website of National Security which says:
UPS Uniform Hoax
A joke regarding UPS uniforms circulated Internet e-mail since early 2003. This deception, and a variation of a Department of signature block Security is also false.
There are a number of sites that report cheating. One is rel = "nofollow" href = "http://urbanlegends.about.com/"> http://urbanlegends.about.com/ which also covers urban legends. In the celebrity section gives the following report, and I quote:
Lee Marvin & Captain Kangaroo ... Friends of the war?
Netlore Archive: In a story reportedly told by actor Lee Marvin in The Tonight Show, recalls serving in combat with Captain Kangaroo "fellow U.S. Marine Bob" Keeshan, calling him "the bravest man I ever met"
Description: Hoax Email
Circulating Joined: March 2002
Analysis: See below
Email example contributed by F. Abbott, March 20, 2002:
Subject: FW: The Bravery
"Never judge a book by its cover."
A dialogue Johnny Carson Tonight Show. Their results are Lee Marvin. Johnny said: "Lee, I bet most people do not know you were a Marine in the initial landing at Iwo Jima and that during the action, which won the Navy Cross and were seriously injured. "
Lee Marvin replied:
"Yes, yes ... I got shot square in the ass and gave me the cross to provide a hot spot halfway between Mount Suribachi. The problem with a ball in a mountain people are being shot traction. But Johnny, at Iwo I served in the bravest man I know. We all both got the Cross the same day, but what he did for his Cross mine look cheap in comparison. The dumb bastard actually stood on the beach Red and directed his troops to advance and get the hell out of the beach. That Sergeant and I have been friends for long life. "
"When Suribachi we passed me out and he lit a cigarette and handed it to me lying on his belly on the sand. "Where do they get to Lee?" He asked. "Well Well, Bob, I was shot in the ass and if a house before me, tell Mom to sell the toilet. "
"Johnny, I'm not lying, Sergeant Keeshan was the bravest man I ever met! "We know him as Bob Keeshan. You and the world knows him as" Captain Kangaroo "."
Comments: Despite a few grains of truth through a Dash-including the fact that both the actor Lee Marvin and Bob "Captain Kangaroo "Keeshan were Marines during the Second World War (Keeshan a reservist), and Marvin was really shot in the buttocks, while the assault of a bridgehead (although in Saipan, not Iwo Jima) Al'histoire is fundamentally wrong. In accordance with their respective biographies, Marvin, He was wounded and returned to the United States with the Purple Heart by the time Keeshan entered basic training. They could not have found each other in combat. Nor was awarded the Navy Cross.
At age 20, Lee Marvin was a soldier of the 4th Division Infantry, U.S. Navy, a Part of the landing force of the allies who stormed the Japanese Pacific island of Saipan July 15, 1944. He was wounded three days later, on July 18, spent the next 13 months in hospitals recovering from the Navy a severed sciatic nerve, and was released in 1945.
Bob Keeshan recorded in the Book of the Marine Corps shortly before his 18th birthday in 1945. From that war was everything, but when he has completed a basic training, it is unlikely that Keeshan never saw combat before completing service a year later, much less reached the rank of sergeant.
Those old enough to remember occasional appearances Lee Marvin on TV talk shows until his death in 1987, is the way and the spirit that recalls the story of the man himself, but it seems unlikely that he described as a flagrant record of service is on another man on national television, and I could find no evidence in the form of recordings and transcripts to prove it did.
Update: A version of this message circulating since March 2003 included an addendum saying that Fred Rogers, host of 'Neighborhood television Public Mister Rogers "was a former Marine sniper (or, in another version, a Navy SEAL) with dozens of war kills to his credit. This is also false.
Updated: Bob Keeshan died on Friday, January 23rd, 2004.
SO! DonÂ't believe everything you read. You can be the Butt (pun intended of Lee Marvin), a deception.
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Originally posted 2010-01-25 23:08:52.
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