The Lie Piebrary is a collection of factually inaccurate viral emails that are currently in circulation. Rest assured, if you find it in the Lie Piebrary, it is demonstrably false. But don't take our word for it--check it yourself!
|Your Driver's License is on the Internet!|
Lie Pie Title: Your Driver's License is on the Internet!
Editor's Note: Relax! It's a joke! If you were to click on the website link provided in the viral email below and type in your personal information as requested, the simulated search returns......the driver's license of a monkey! Ha ha, the joke's on you:
Now, I have redacted the link because this is the sort of viral email that makes your Granny's hair stand on end. As I've warned you before, don't you be clicking on any links in viral emails, and whatever you do, don't you give up any personal information to the website you are redirected to, for Pete's sake! Honey, I don't care if it's a harmless joke or not, if I catch you doing such a thing I'll snatch you bald headed! Don't you put anything past spammers and identity thieves--these folks are lower than pond scum. Avoid them like the plague, and don't forward these kinds of viral emails to your friends! --Granny, 3/22/09
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Check Your Driver's License
Check your driver's license. Now you can see anyone's Driver's License on the internet, including your own!
I just searched for mine and there it was picture and all!!
Thanks Homeland Security! Where are our rights? I removed mine. I suggest you do the same.
Go to the Web site and check it out. Just enter your name, city and state to see if yours is on file. After your license comes on the screen, click the box marked "Please Remove". This will remove it from public viewing, but not from law enforcement.
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