A younger colleague sought advice on persuading a recalcitrant source to talk. “Do you have a gun?” I asked.
This was a joke, of course. Not a funny joke, perhaps. But we both knew it to be a joke because it would be so obviously wrong, indeed, criminal, to threaten deadly force to get information.
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