Here is what I wrote.
When I was around the age of [information withheld] I took a class in college called Theoretical physics. And the point of that class was to try and make the possible seem impossible and reality seem unreal. So that’s what I am going to do with this problem. The problem with this question is that Honesty can’t be a policy because in many places, the policy involves lying in order to protect the company. I mean, think about it. Accountants, politicians, drug dealers, strippers, school teachers, Jehovah Witnesses, and pizza bakers all have to lie in order to get the job done. Those who don’t just aren’t nearly as exciting. We like to refer to those people as nonexistent. In fact, alot of those kinds of people are the same people who tell us that honesty is the best policy. Why? Because they are getting paid by each other.