NEW YORK (AP) — John Fogerty learned about honesty by being dishonest as a kid. Fogerty says he saw another kid stealing a record and was practically boasting about it as he went out the door. Fogerty tried it himself a few times and got away with it. However, he says a “psychological mirror” was thrown at him, and he looked at himself and thought, “John, what are you doing? This is the thing that you love the most in your whole life — music.” He didn’t know about karma in those days, but he felt he was tainting the thing he cherished. He’s been a stickler for honesty ever since. Fogerty will put out his autobiography, “Fortunate Son: My Life, My Music,” on October 6.