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 Why "Trust Me"
is the Cry Out of the Guilty


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by M LeMont 


I've been ripped off countless times by two little words, "
Trust Me." The words are used loosely by everyone. And often spoken by people who I flat out trusted; children, friends, doctor, attorney, parents, spouse, teachers, and coaches. Did I miss anyone? If I did, you know who you are.   

And in most cases the words always led to disappointment whether intentional or  unintentional. The words are a warning sign, like a shock wave, before an earthquake. "Trust Me" this is best for you, or "Trust me, I would jump on this offer in a heartbeat, or "Trust Me" he's lying on me."      

The words are the profile of someone who will benefit from your action. It's the setup before the setup. In the movie, The Way of the Gun, "Trust Me" is the cry out of the guilty. In other words; I want to "FU" and that's being nice.  

Smiling Faces Sometimes Pretend to be your Friend  
show no traces of the evil that lurks within. Sometimes smiling faces tell lies, and I got proof. ~ O Jays, 1971 Classic 

Or the "smilie" faces, you know (those smiling faces that's stuck on everything). Isn't that just another way of saying, "trust me" without using the words. Everyone wants to be percieved as "Trustworthy."  I wonder how many times Bernie Madoff and the Wolfe on Wall Street used "smilies" in their correspondence; emails, texts, and tweets.  

I know you can't live your life not trusting anyone because you'll live in torment. So my motto; trust with verification–make them prove it until you're satisfied. Ignore this advice and you fall prey to society's most dangerous criminal, "
Trust Me."


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