You won't keep a job by bullying and lying. That means you, sleazy salesman.
A company builds systems for external clients, and the boss brings in a new salesman. This salesman is desperate to prove himself and meet sales quotas -- and will use any means necessary to do so. He makes impossible promises to clients and expects the tech team to meet the demands, including software that doesn’t exist, systems that can’t be built, or service contracts that are completely unrealistic. When called on his absurd expectations, the salesman belittles, yells, and threatens the tech team. Even worse, the boss doesn’t believe the techs, and the salesman can do no wrong in his eyes.
However, the techs keep meticulous records about each contract the salesman writes up, along with notes and follow-up actions. They then dutifully file them with the boss ... and wait.
Finally, the day comes with a large corporate customer sends a rep to complain. Furious, the boss calls the tech in to explain why they hadn’t met the expectations. The tech calmly finds the paperwork and hands it to the boss, who finally pays attention to what is really going on. Sorry, sales guy, your time is up.