Clerk: [suspiciously] You say you were born in New York.
Clerk: But the birth certificate says "Brooklyn."
Be sure to read the whole thing, down to where a high school yearbook is accepted as proof of identity . . .
So now you know: According to the U.S. State Department: Signed affadavits from U.S. citizens: out. High school yearbooks: in. I feel tremendously reassured about the security precautions my government is taking to prevent passport falsification. Don't you?
ETA: If you like the icon, just take it. It's part of a "real" campaign, not organized by me.