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- He told the Democrat his life has been made a misery ever since a con man tricked his way into his home and made away with a substantial cash sum last October.
- A con man simply inspires confidence in himself and his promised abilities and then uses that to exploit his audience.
- He represents, not so much a political or ideological trend, as a definite social type: the cynical con man or hustler.
- The ‘priory’ was a well-attested hoax by a French con man in the 1950s.
- An eighty two year old lady had her pension and other belongings stolen by a con man, even though she tried to prevent the thief from entering her home.
- Likewise, the secondary plot about the con man's murder wasn't very interesting until the end, but then it became both surprising and compelling.
- Instead of being a two-bit con man, he became a bank robber, pulling off more than 25 robberies, sometimes two in one day.
- Given the film's widespread distribution, he suggests the con man works at a level of crime that intrigues the honest individual the world over.
- Only unshakable, transparent honesty could save you from the temptation of the con man.
- He's a thief, hustler, scamster, con man, who enjoys ripping off friends, family, waiters, old ladies, etc.
- I couldn't be a con man in real life because it's a much more dangerous form of acting.
- A detective questions a con man about associates.
- He had been arrested by a small-town sheriff trying to distract attention from his own corruption and was convicted on the purchased testimony of a career con man.
- Police allege the con man preyed on victims aged between 82 and 102 and used a number of guises to gain access to homes, including posing as an electrician.
- There is a comparable parallel between me as an actor trying to convince the audience I know what I'm talking about and me as a con man convincing the mark I know what I'm talking about.
- From a con man's point of view, these two are brilliant.
- Every other fellow I come in contact with is a con man.
- These are also historical truths, which only a con man (or a columnist hoping to camouflage the truth) would try to deny.
- And it's no better to lose your hard-earned money to a credentialed huckster than to an out-and-out con man.
- That doesn't mean that we shouldn't put the con man in jail.
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