Charlatan: America's Most Dangerous Huckster, the Man Who Pursued Him, and the Age of Flimflam
Witness the high-wealth individuals and funds who lost their money with the flimflam
artist Bernard Madoff.
Charlatan; America's most dangerous huckster, the man who pursued him, and the age of flimflam
com/), and it seems entirely likely that the actual flimflam
, in whole or in part, might have been the handiwork of the Coens themselves.
Its author, sometime pickpocket, flimflam
artist, and greengoods steerer, is hardly a typical figure; half-Irish son of a famous Chinese immigrant murderer, taught to read and write (sort of) by a Sing Sing cellmate, he testified about the cozy relationship between cops and crooks before the reformist Lexow Committee in 1894, an experience that helped him turn straight, with some zigs and zags, and become late in life a part-time investigator for the Society for the Prevention of Crime.
People called me a fraud, a huckster, and a flimflam
Still, Lady Macbeth is wrong about that "human kindness" flimflam
I have for most of my writing life had little to say that was positive about the Catholic upbringing I received--its mental, emotional, and spiritual tortures, its arbitrary metaphysical flimflam
This is the core of the Easter message, and if only clerics would say so, we wouldn't have all this supercilious flimflam
about the socially deprived.
McLaren struck me as a flimflam
man, but the program lets the viewers decide.
The lawyer who brought the suit against the paper that caused the circulation fraud to be uncovered, Joe Giaimo, told the New York Post, "They are trying to flimflam
the public once again.
And now comes news that Cole Campbell, the biggest flimflam
man since J.
Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill and Hewlett Packard Chief Executive Officer Carly Fiorina to be on guard against "charlatans and flimflam
artists" masquerading as consultants.
It is difficult to believe any reasonably intelligent person would believe this flimflam
, but it happens.
Eric Rohmer's "Triple Agent" is another of his "moral tales" wrapped up in a flimflam