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Title: A Guide to Glibness, part one
Selections from Lesson One: Selecting a Mark
"...there are a number of things to look for, such as race, ethnicity,
height, age and gender. Many thieves make the mistake of overlooking
height, but it is actually an important detail. Those who are very tall or
very short tend to have a certain psychology to them..."
"...certain races are more suspectible than other, particularly those from
cultures that value honesty. These people will less alert, and, if you are
caught, they will be easier to fool. Examples include..."
"...naturally this only works when dealing with those with whom you do not
have a personal relationship. The more your mark knows you, then the less
likely your chances of the advice provided actually working are..."
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