September 2, 2014

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Lying: Different underpinnings in Russia and the USA

I remember being told the stories about Abraham Lincoln and George Washington while I was a student at the now defunct Elkatawa Grade School. George Washington got a new hatchet for Christmas and in his urge to see how it would cut wood, chopped down a cherry tree which his Father had planted. When queried by his father, he confessed that he had done the deed. He said, “I cannot tell a lie; it was I.”