Reborn in the U.S.A., Third Edition

Reborn in the U.S.A., Third Edition

by Trent Sands

Loompanics Unlimited 1998

Well I suppose if you’re gonna do it, you may as well do it right, right? I mean, if you’re gonna go to all the fuss and bother to recreate yourself using a whole new identity, then by golly be sure you don’t fuck up and leave yourself open to exposure by all them no good bastards who’re out there chasing the old you for all they’re worth.

Trent’s book is just the thing for you, my friend.

Jam packed fulla all kinda neato information.

In fact, there’s so damn much information on creating a false identity that Trent can’t fit it all inside the pages of this little tome. And so he makes mention (and tells ya where to get `em) of all kinds of wonderfully arcane publications that delve into the minutia of this or that aspect of doing a good job on throwing a serious cloak over yourself.

Never in my life did I suspect that there would be this much shit involved when it comes to creating yourself a new identity out of thin air, whole cloth, or whatever. And not all of it is cheap, either. Be sure and bring your wallet with you when you embark on this particular voyage. Nor does it happen right away.

Things take time. In some cases, YEARS.

Lotta goddamned crap involved when it comes to forging a new persona for yourself. And so my advice is to get moving on this shit right away, before you have some pressing need to do it. Like an ex-wife with a serious legal team in her pocket. Or the feds. Or whoever.

Get your ass in gear folks, time’s a-wasting. Start with Trent’s little book, and then, using it as the excellent road map that it is, do the whole schmutz and do it right. Either that, or just steal somebody else’s perfectly good identity. Run a check on `em to verify they don’t have any outstanding wants or warrants and any of that kinda shit, and then just put them on like an old shirt.

Hmmm… maybe I oughtta write a book on stealing people’s identities. Lord knows, it’s easy enough. Hmm hmm hmm.

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