How To Play In Traffic

Robert talks to wiseguy Penn Jillette about the new book, "Penn and Teller's How to Play in Traffic." It's a collection of gags to play on friends and strangers. Jillette tells us about the effectiveness of pasting tiny rubber noses on all your ID cards and carrying them and a full-sized foam nose in your pocket. First you show your doctored ID to clerks, airline officials, others — when they look up, they see you looking just like your picture. Gets you free upgrades to first class. Also, we learn about how to doctor bibles to get hidden messages — and how to become the God of Carbonation.



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