Sites Unseen: Feds, Fools and Fun

With this week's sites, you can be a P.I., scope out Mr. T and see how those stuffy accountants get their kicks.

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Private Eyes on the Stars

The Freedom of Information Act is a beautiful thing. What do Joseph McCarthy, Charles Lindbergh, Marilyn Monroe and Albert Einstein all have in common?

They all caught the government’s eye for one reason or another and their files are open for public viewing at

Did you know that Einstein was affiliated with the communist party? Well, the feds had a file on him, so you can find out the details for yourself. (

They also tracked John Lennon after learning he gave a bunch of money to a group planning to disrupt the Republican National Convention in '72. Check out the files for yourself.

Log On, Fools

We pity the fool who doesn't click on It's not a fan site for the famous, mo-hawked member of the A-Team, rather it is a site stocked with memorabilia for him. There you will find a Mr. T. pez dispenser, a Mr. T bling-bling doll, and a lot of other fun stuff.

Number Fun?

Who says accountants are just a bunch of boring number crunchers? Just because you did well in math class, doesn’t mean you can’t be cool. This site,, proves it.

This site is full of photos of daredevil accountants doing all sorts of death-defying stunts and activities. Of course, you're probably thinking, "That's fine, so long as that's not your tax return in their backpacks.”

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