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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by Micky Do, Oct 2, 2018.
Just so ya'll know.....
That's odd, that's what I refer to my wife's side of the closet.
It’s a game of drinking the Kool-Aid.
Maybe Ford could coach him to pass the polygraph on that question.
You mean coach him how to tell the truth and not lie? That WOULD be helpful.
It doesn't say she gave hints on how to "defeat" a polygraph. If she was familiar with them it wouldn't raise an eyebrow if she told someone that nerves don't affect the polygraph, to relax, etc. If there were complaints of how to lie and defeat the polygraph, that would raise flags.
But it would be ironic if asked under oath if you gave any coaching in taking a polygraph and lied about it.
What? Her friend need to be coached on how to tell the truth?
Polygraph telling the truth coaching:
1. Open mouth
/end of coaching
Actually it would be a very intelligent strategy.
When they asked Kavanaugh if he had ever been blackout drunk, they were trying to give reasonable credibility to the theory that he may have done it and have no recollection of it.
If they asked her if she had ever studied how to lie in a polygraph test would throw doubts of the same magnitude over whether she may have been successful at lying to the polygraph.
Devil's Triangle? Heck, that's amatuear hour, you haven't experienced anything until you've participated in a Satan's Dodecahedron ...
She could have been nervous and Ford could have simply said “don’t think about it, just tell the truth” and that could be considered “coaching”. We don’t know what this guy meant by “coaching”. In fact, there’s little if anything contradictory in that letter... simply his observations. The credit card is the most troubling aspect to me.
I read online this week that Ford teaches new COA recruits/interns at Stamford and that part of the class is “beating a polygraph”. I’ll look for the link.
If you really want to know the rules to Devil's Triangle, watch Star Trek TOS, cause I'm pretty sure the rules are the same for Fiz Bin.
I never got into TOS. TNG all the way for me.
Then you missed Cpt. Kirk playing Fiz Bin with a bunch of 1920's style mobsters.
Yup. I disliked that entire cast.
It really is a joke how hard Graham sniffs Trump's thorne now that McCain is gone. Like, he was always a follower in the senate, never a leader of any sort, but he's really been up Trump's duff the last six weeks. Embarassingly sad.
McCain knew. That's why he was shut out of the funeral completely.