To Tell The Truth
Which of the images above looks like a true recovery — worthy of the price we paid on 9/11?
“To Tell The Truth” was a classic Baby Boomer TV game show that ran from 1956-2002. An affadavit was read at the beginning of a segment and three individuals all claimed to be the person it referred to, but two were imposters. The panelists would ask the three questions and then, after they had cast their votes, the emcee would ask: “Will the real [insert name] please stand up?”
The imposters only made prize money if they fooled the panel.
In other words, the better they lied the more money they made! Sound familiar?
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