Trust is a funny thing. If one person says something that's bullshit, then it's easy to dismiss, or at least be skeptical about it. But if two people do it, then it's much harder. An enterprising engineer looked at this particular facet of human behavior and instead of saying "huh, that's interesting" instead said "huh, how can I fully exploit this for my own gain?" He went on to create a new business, "Establishing Solutions", whom you can hire to back you up on any bullshit you want. Need to call in sick but need a doctor's note? They will impersonate a doctor for you. Need to "beef up" your resume? Done. FOCUS: When have you covered for a friend or acquaintance? Was it way out of your comfort zone to do so? Did you feel guilty for doing it? Did you get caught? Conversely, when has someone covered for you? ALT FOCUS: Discuss the ethical implications of such a service. Would you use it? Would you apply for a job there?