Comedy Central's Daniel Tosh investigated the Stolen Valor problem on his Tosh.0 program this week. He compiled some particularly intense confrontation videos from around the Internet and had a tongue-in-cheek take on whether the fakers aren't heroes in their own way: "They're out there risking possible embarrassment just to get free appetizers or a chick's number. That's courage in my book! What are the real soldiers even fighting for if not the freedom to impersonate them? Haven't you ever heard of dressing for the job you want?" For more on the program, see this Under the Radar post.
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