Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Ranger-AO, Jun 18, 2007.
Well, since you grew up in the 70's, you might as well get your kneepads out, cause that's the only thing that is going to save you - hippie.
just tell them you only did drugs if you were stoned
It was less painful than I expected it to be.
When they ask you if you've ever done illicit drugs on the questionnaire for national security positions, do they 'expect' most people to say no?
The answer to everything is either no or I was experimenting.
There were some unpaid bills from back when my wife and I seperated. They were hers, but were in both of our names.
how long ago was this?
Just say no. Unless you came in on a waiver. Then you tell them yes, and what for and how many times. It better match the same thing you came in on a waiver for obviously. I came in on a drug waiver and when they asked I told them exactly what for and I had no problem getting my TS clearance.
I would never advise anyone to lie to an investigator for any kind of security clearance. Tell the entire truth the first time and you'll never have to "remember" what you told them again.
Unless you deny everything, then you just have to remember to deny everything.
I do not condone this action, I am only playing devil's advocate.
I had mine the other day - she went to the same college as me.
It only takes one witness that says otherwise to open up the whole can of shit. It's always best to go with the truth and deal with life head on.
Witnesses? They were buried a long time ago.
awww shit, sig material right there.
They must be onto you.
I saw him poking around OT.
My last polygraph I got into trouble because I told the examiner that his delivery reminded of the last salesman I bought a car from.
I was in the polygraph for 9 hours with a half hour break for lunch
Now that sucks