My wife had an interview not long ago. Afterwards she had another interviewee, who had yet to interview, ask her what the questions were at the interview. My wife told her that it was cheating if she told her. The interviewee aid what's the big deal, everyone does it. Is that true? Does everyone cheat? I am starting to believe that the vast majority of people in the U.S. cheat at something. Weather it is in regards to taxes, or age, or weight, or experience, or education or on a host of many other things, Americans have mostly become cheaters. Do we not realize that cheating is the best way to fail? Do we not see that when we cheat we are lying? I guess that is not a big deal because we have also become a culture of liars. What will our society become if this epidemic of cheating (and lying) does not end?
What do you think?