posted on May, 9 2007 @ 08:16 PM
*shrug* a friend of mine who's in the Navy has repeatedly stated to me that if he ever betrays his top secret clearance, or even hints about certain
things, it's more likely that he'd get shot rather than arrested..
If you're determined to do this, think of all the worst possible scenarios you can, including your father and yourself dying/disappearing etc.
Are you still prepared to do it?
Seriously think about the consequences of your actions before you start.
If the possible gain to you is worth more than the risks, then you need to learn how to manipulate people. Fast.
You know your specific target, you know what kind of person he is, which should help somewhat. You should also be reasonably familiar with his
reactions to things. One of the key aspects of manipulating someone into doing something or saying something you want, is being able to read their
reactions and respond to them very fast. Know when to back off and come in from another angle. Humor is a huge advantage, if you can get someone
laughing with you, they relax, they're less on their guard and will subconsciously trust you more, since shared humor means they're identifying with
you on some level. Approach things from oblique angles - suggest that you're thinking of going into the armed forces and ask his advice, experience,
etc.. Asking someone for advice also lulls someone into a false sense of security, because you're implying that they're more smarter and hence
superior to you in that area. Ask for advice about girls, anything, but obviously military questions will lead to hopefully more avenues for
Beware too - alcoholics have high tolerance levels, so you're likely to be wasted before he's even feeling it, be sure to let him outdrink you.
Possibly playing drinking games based on "shots of beer" where you drink from cans may help - he's likely to drink more than you, since you're
paying more attention to what you're doing.. Sure, he may catch on, but you can blow that off as you being a lightweight.
Use the above information at your own risk. Most of the manipulation stuff I've mentioned is based upon a sales career, most, but not all :p
No guarantee of results, the theory is worthless without the finesse and experience.