A Universal "Reliebility"
Bill Clinton has one. Richard Nixon has one. And yes, even Pinocchio has one: the notorious, wondrous lie. Many times the salvation for one and the downfall for the next, lying has crept its way into the six billion (and counting!) inhabitants of our planet. From biblical accounts of deception to celebrity tabloids screaming of scandals, lying surely affects daily life. While everyone lies one time or another, few recognize the stark types of lying and its influence and prevalence in individuals' lives. So sit back, relax, and dive into defamation, fabrication, vilification, and prevarication; the supposedly evil act actually improves concentration, lifts depression, and cures mild forms of schizophrenia. (I lied).
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