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Shane Baker
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Saw this article in Psychology Today that goes into the psychology of the con, and found it rather interesting.

At the bottom of the article is a link to a Youtube illustration with Dan Harlan.

Enjoy,

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It is missing from your post.
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That took a long time to get the link......

interesting blog though.
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Thank you.
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Now if only we had the link to the Article the OP mentioned.
By the way, Fay Faron's book, "Rip Off", is HIGHLY recommended.
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Ah, beg pardon. I'm not particularly computer savvy:

http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-......-run-con
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