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The Art of Lying Once people learn how to lie successfully they tend not to forget it because of the many benefits it brings It is an art that progresses slowly from childhood into the adult years People lie to themselves and others for various reasons some lie to make their story more compelling a few lie to get them out of trouble and others such as lawyers lie because they are accustomed to it Even though people regard lying as a terrible thing it is not Lying does have its advantages For instance our country is in a time of crisis right now and our government is obligated to do everything possible to help us survive it The people of the United States want the guilty party of the September 11th episode found and rightfully punished If the government lies to the public on the way they are conducting the search and gathering their information in order to seize the people responsible for the unpleasant incident it is perfectly fine with me For example if US officials are forced to partner with criminals so as to bring justice to the terrorists so be it The government will probably keep that a secret and cover it up But as long as they get the job done the public will be pleased A famous proverb states it flawlessly what you dont know cant hurt you Additionally when my current girlfriend and I first started going out I was 17 years old and she was told me she was 16 After a couple of dates we started to be fond of each other One night while we were driving out of plain curiosity I asked her when she was born She told me the date and started smiling nervously I wasnt sure why but then once I thought about her answer I realized she was 15 at the present time a couple of months shy
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