Tuesday, April 8, 2014

What's More Unlikely?

 What's more unlikely?

That back in the 1980s, Al Sharpton was a confidential informant for the FBI who used a specially designed briefcase to record conversations with New York-based mobsters that ultimately led to the downfall of, among others, Genovese crime boss Vincent "Chin" Gigante?

Or that, before he became famous, Rodney Dangerfield had worked as a door-to-door aluminum siding salesman, and in 1955 was busted for fraudulently taking out loans in the names of his customers?

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