What is truth? (John 18:38)
In life, it is sometimes difficult to distinguish what is true from what is false. I mean, who wants to base their judgments and decisions upon faulty information? If only we could measure the plausibility of truth claims and sort through the cluttered deception of worldly fabrications. May I suggest, free of charge, that we adopt “the Aniston Principle” for the systematic processing of information by the otherwise gullible?
Mr. Joshua Garlathy dodged child support payments for over a decade, owing $32,000 in back payments. Hiding in Hawaii, he was unwilling to return to the mainland and appear in court. That is, until bounty hunter Scott Bernstein convinced Joshua that he had been chosen for the role of “Dirty Nick” in the major motion picture, “Banished from Brooklyn,” which was said to be a romantic comedy starring Jennifer Aniston. After flying in from Hawaii for his big acting break, he was finally arrested.
In a nutshell: “If someone says you’re starring in a movie with Jennifer Aniston, they’re lying.” Let’s all try to practice a little self-awareness out there.