Hell, in an ideal world...make the contractors more cautious when promising stuff because what they'd say could be held against them later on.
All I can say is that I have dealt with sales people who are very, very good about carefully wording what they will and won't do. If you think that won't just get more in-house lawyers writing memos about "better" double-speak, well I think you'd be the one rudely surprised.
If you kill him to do it, then explain that at your trial, I guarantee you'll succeed.
That counts as SEO manipulation and violates Google's TOS. They'll be forced to put you down, but more news stories will come up about the novelty of it. Google will implode.
Potential for the most interesting Wiki article, ever.
You are dead to me, ArcadeMan. Dead to me.
Which is the LHC equivalent of saying: you're the other muon in a Bs meson. Or something.
A university faculty is 500 egotists with a common parking problem.