You think you are the world…
and that’s the problem.
In an article in Forbes magazine, Linda Elder talks about some of the ways we’re wrong in our thinking. Continue reading “The top 3 habits of deceptive thinking”
The imitation of Hanco’s restaurant was not quite this bad.
(You have to look closely.)
Continue reading “The deceptive restaurant competitor”
An excerpt from the 1872 book called:
Alan Arkin played Yossarian in the 1970 movie. Continue reading “The deceptive logic of Catch-22”
The infomercial is new, but the idea is old.
Continue reading “The deceptive butt, brought to you by Booty Pop”
A real bookcase you can buy for your home
which subtly encourage you to read. Continue reading “Why is this bookcase deceptive?”
Take a look (click on photo for a bigger view) and then see why here>>
Was she a sexist character or an early feminist character?
Robert Mitchum and Jane Greer in "Out of the Past" (1947)
Continue reading “What happened to the most deceptive (and evil, and sexy) woman in film – the “femme fatale”?”
Crocodiles have been around for 230 million years.
Yes, they hide low in the water and jump up to catch prey, but that’s not the sneakiest way crocodiles hunt. Continue reading “Why crocodiles are more deceptive than you think”
Burn Notice – The spy’s mom Madeline, his best buddy Sam, spy Michael Westen, and his ex-girlfriend Fiona.
One of the latest TV shows on deception is Burn Notice. Continue reading “Where do they get the deceptive ideas for the TV spy show Burn Notice?”