Everybody Lies

by James Ottavio Castagnera “What’s the one statement a person can make that you can be certain is true?” My lawyer friend Archie McAdoo and I were seated in front of his big-screen TV on a recent Saturday afternoon, sharing a six-pack of Guinness and watching a baseball game. The question caught me by surprise… but that’s Archie for you. “You couldn’t have held that for the seventh-inning stretch?” I responded a little irritably. “No clue, eh?” McAdoo smirked. “The answer is ‘I’m a liar.’ Want to know why?” I sipped my Guinness and tried to ignore him, knowing I […]
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