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Find out how to beat a lie detector test with this movie from Adam Ruins Everything

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Did you know that the polygraph was invented by a student named Larson and a police officer back in 1921 and that the invention actually in 2003 was on a list of greatest inventions with a description like "have had profound effects on human life for better or worse"? The machine was later on (of course) upgraded and made portable in 1939. Today we are still using machines like this one to tell if people are lying or not. Today most people knows that using a lie detector test is just about as much BS as it possibly can be at once. What do you think?
Well. There could be many reasons you'll ever need to beat a lie detector (or polygraph if you prefer that) test. Like... Well.. Not that many reasons, but I'm sure there are some reasons some of you some time in life would need just to know a little bit about how to beat them. Adam Ruins Everything have the answer for you. As you might know, it doesn't have to be that hard. Just a little "stress-practise" would do the trick, I guess. Learn how to relax like you do in the morning drinking coffee, just without drinking the coffee. Couldn't be that hard, could it? Well. One thing is for sure. You are going to fail that lie detector test if you don't get you coffee in the morning. Ok. I know. If you actually did read anything I ever wrote on movies here at Fancymovies.com I'm sure you know by now that coffee is the meaning of life - in my opinion.
So, please give me some reasons on why anyone ever would need to beat a lie detector test. Im just curious. Have to admit I really don't have any ideas. Is it true what we see on movies, that they use these things in casinos when you're becoming a member?