LOS ANGELES—In an impassioned 1,900-word open letter published in Monday's Washington Post, actor-director Sean Penn urged the unknown person who registered the e-mail address SeanPenn@gmail.com to "come forward immediately, rather than wallowing in the shame and ignominy of fraud."
Yeah... But, what makes it funnier/worse is that it isn't beyond the realm of the possible. I seem to remember some travel company who works out travel papers and secures visas for international travel; getting sued by Visa the credit card company, for having visa in their logo. Well securing visas for over-seas travel, and cutting through the red tape, is what their business was all about :laugh: