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Live Stream || Carney Briefing – May 8, 2013

The briefing has concluded.

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7 Responses to Live Stream || Carney Briefing – May 8, 2013

  1. I’m sure Carney is late because he’s watching the testimony of the whistle blowers so he’ll know how to respond to questions. He can’t just tell the truth, he has to gauge what tact they will take now.

  2. The testimony is stunning and graphic. As the cameras panned the audience it was as if everyone was transfixed. No squirming, no fiddling with papers or phones, just complete silence.

    The new details of the events prove the excuse that help was “too far away” was and is a lie. Friendless and helpless in a foreign country, unaware of what was coming next, all of the Americans acted with bravery and courage. ,

  3. Let me help poor Jay out a little here, he’s obvously losing his touch.

    “Tips on how to lie convincingly

    Do not underrate people. Some of the people you will lie to are smarter and more experienced than you at the very least keep your lie simple but hard to spot by being brief and exact with what you say. No need to go on talking for long.

    Do not keep bad habits like laziness, selfishness, over ambition, womanizing and so on or if you do, make sure you don’t tell lies that are contrary to these values because people familiar with you will judge you by your perceived values.

    Try not to lie habitually or for no reason because you will forget many of your lies and contradict yourself.

    If you must lie ensure that you have a good reason and objective for doing so. Also remember that an alibi or good excuse always covers a lying track.

    Put yourself in your victim’s shoes. What will he/she be expecting the truth to sound like?

    Practice playing pranks as they offer useful insights into what lying really is.

    Be confident when you lie as confidence helps enhance the believability of your lying act.”

    http://paulipopo.hubpages.com/hub/How-to-lie-convincingly

    You’re wecome, Jay. Right now, it just seems like you folks have gotten lazy about this whole “deceit” thing, and aren’t really trying any more…maybe a good lie will make us think you still love us enough to make the effort, who knows?