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A politician making a speech is connected to a polygraph machine.
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'Does this outfit make me look fat?'
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"I was afraid I was lying to myself, but, thank God, I passed the polygraph."
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"He's lying! Just like all men! Oh God, mother was right, I'm never getting married, am I?"
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'Personally, I think a question like that says a lot more about YOU than it does about me.'
'We can't determine if you're telling the truth, but you should have your doctor check your pressure.'
"This sudden spike shows where we think the earthquake is lying."
Acme-5000 Lie Detector
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Your weight - scales; Your integrity - polygraph.
'We can't determine if you're telling the truth, but you should have a doctor check your pressure.'
"According to the polygraph, you may be worshipping a false idol."
"Oh, I'm not looking for an honest man anymore, just someone whose lies I can detect."
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'And everyone says you never lie...'
'I know nothing about anything.'
Chimp, proficient in primate speech, outsmarts a lie detector.
"Kids, here I am all hooked up to this lie detector, ready to tell you all about Zapples, the exciting new breakfast cereal..."
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"Do you or do you not have any wool, and if so, how many bags full?"
"And if you did, why did you cross the road?"
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At the end of the day, all John Henry Barnsby was guilty of was taking a lie detector test during the great San Fransisco earthquake of 1906.
Lie Detector Sales Figures
"Who's a good boy? Are you a good boy?"
"We need to discuss your expense account."
'Kids, here I am, all hooked up to this lie detector, ready to tell you all about Zapples, the exciting new breakfast cereal...'
"We need a bomb detector to protect us."