I have to admit, I always kind of squirm when I listen to someone who's obviously lied about something try to explain themselves, under a firm but not necessarily accusative interrogation. The kind of interrogation where you know that the interrogator is not going to let the liar weasel out of an explanation -- the kind of interrogator that will press and press until the weasel finally comes out and admits it.
But I have to admit to kind of feeling sorry for the weasel -- kind of wanting to tell the interrogator, okay, lay off him, already -- you know he's a liar and he's all but admitted it, so let him off the hook, willya? Can't you see he's sweating bullets? But the interrogator is not satisfied with the "all but admitted it" part. He wants the full weaseldom, the "Yes, I lied" part.
So, for your listening edification, I present a podcast of just such an exposé. To wit, one weasel, who has lied shamelessly over and over again -- in fact, lying is his business. It's how he makes his money. And that wouldn't be so bad, except he doesn't want us to know he's lying, he wants us to believe every word he says. And a whole lot of people do.
Here is the backstory about the weasel, and just follow that link (here again) to hear someone squirm.
Except this time I didn't squirm, at all. I HATE when people lie about Apple. Do they have the death penalty for Apple-bashing Weasels?