posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 05:48 PM
Many years ago I used to have a job, answering sales calls at a busy car dealership.
My job was pretty simple, to expertly extract information from people first as far as what they were looking for, and then to lie convincingly that we
I was actually very good at it.
Now I never dealt directly with the people when they came into view, and purchase the imaginary car, I invented for them on the telephone. This was
done in part to minimize any potential confrontation if there was nothing remotely similar to what they were looking for, and it was also done to keep
me free, and undisturbed to answer the phones.
Yet invariably, a really frightening amount of the time, the sales people would come up to me and thank me for this customer or that, and I would look
at them quite puzzled, because I was relatively sure, we had nothing even close to what I told them we had over the phone. The truth is I paid no
attention to what we had. Why let the truth get in the way of a good story?
They would look at me and say; yeah they really loved the car you told them about! I would say, you mean we actually had one? They would look at me
puzzled and say, yeah, same year, some make, same color, and same mileage as you told them!
I would just scratch my head, and chuckle.
The moral of this story, even liars, with no sources, end up accidently telling the truth, more often than not!
Everything is worth considering!