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Is there NO limit to the fiendish ingenuity (and utter lack of knowledge AND common sense) of militaria criminals? This is laughable. The :angry: thing is, some uninformed ("Find eBay... no find good militaria websites.") person's REAL money will be paying for this garbage.

First time I've seen the M1957 TD ribbon (or is that a True Fragment of one of Elvis's gold lam? stage suits?) used on a fraud like this. "A" for novelty,

:violent:

for fraud.

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Is there NO limit to the fiendish ingenuity (and utter lack of knowledge AND common sense) of militaria criminals? This is laughable. The :angry: thing is, some uninformed ("Find eBay... no find good militaria websites.") person's REAL money will be paying for this garbage.

First time I've seen the M1957 TD ribbon (or is that a True Fragment of one of Elvis's gold lam? stage suits?) used on a fraud like this. "A" for novelty,

:violent:

for fraud.

I especially like the fact that it's a allegedly a sanitized 1957 ribbon bar, but that the eagle is perched on something that has to be concealed from eBay...

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