You don’t need skills to deceive.
You just need balls.
A paper written by Dominic D. P. Johnson and James H. Fowler explains that being overconfident might be better than being rational. Continue reading “Why you shouldn’t read this blog”
Is wordiness deceptive, or does it just show fuzzy thinking and stupidity? Continue reading “When I read your writing, aliens ate my brain”
Psychotherapist Brad Blanton wants you to stop lying. Continue reading “Read This and Think I’m Great. (Does Radical Honesty Work?)”
The devil can cite Scripture for his purpose. Continue reading “Read this and know Shakespeare’s definition of hypocrisy”
Professor David Fischer teaches a course on Intelligence and Intelligence Agencies at San Francisco State University. (International Relations 360.)
Continue reading “Read the Syllabus of a “Spying” Course”
Banned in Australia
In 1995, four editors of the student paper Rabelais in Australia were arrested for publishing a radical article explaining how to shoplift. Continue reading “Read the censored work “The Art of Shoplifting””
What does it say?
How about this one?
Continue reading “Can you read this puzzling thing?”
|Proofiness by Charles Seife|
Why haven’t the other 6% of experts read this book? Continue reading “94% of experts have read this book on deception”