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Oh, Please, Mike Daisey, You Know The Difference Between "Theater" And The Truth

Ever since Apple basher Mike Daisey was exposed as a liar, he has been justifying his lies as "dramatic license" and a different sort of "truth" and so on. And he has been saying that his "mistake" was allowing the radio show "This American Life" to broadcast an excerpt of his one-man show about his fearless investigation into Apple's manufacturing processes. By allowing This American Life to broadcast the excerpt, Daisey seems to be saying, he allowed This American Life to mislead people into thinking that everything he said was true.
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