In a hearing on the friendly-fire death of Pat Tillman, Former War Minister Donald Rumsfeld told House Members he couldn’t recall anything about anything no less than 82 times, according to the Post.
Everything you need to know is summed up here:

Rumsfeld, tanned and fit, slouched in his chair as he endured the proceedings. He glanced several times at a clock on the wall and was overheard saying he had a lunch at the Mayflower. He made no overt effort to speak with the Tillman family members who sat a few rows behind him; as the room cleared at the end, Rumsfeld came within three feet of the late soldier’s father but said only “Can we slip by?”