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That's a myth. I had this same argument with an engineer one day so we broke out the test sets. Absolutely no discernable bit error rate, with or without the staples, even if you get downright agressive with the staple gun.
Also, if you look carefully, you'll see that the staples intended for wire use are often curved to prevent cable cuts. And of course, (hopefully!!) Jim's desk isn't rockin' that much. :)
But as you say, yes, you probably wouldn't want to use staples if you expected a lot of repetitive cable movement.