bullshit


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Synonyms for bullshit

speak insincerely or without regard for facts or truths

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All of a sudden, they are trying to take you out with bullshit," Trump said on the last day of the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) 2019.
Many bullshit jobs exist "only or primarily to make someone else look important" or to solve problems arising from a "fault in the organization" or "the damage done by a superior." Graeber points to polls in which 37 to 40 percent of respondents felt their jobs made no "meaningful contribution to the world." Add the unneeded aspects of needed jobs, and Graeber estimates the total "bullshitization" of the job market at "slightly over 50%."
Bullshit, I won't even bother to get the other side.
Davis said he remains an optimist."Bullshit is a shortterm phenomenon," he said.
Bullshit, writes Frankfurt, is defined by its "lack of connection to a concern with truth." In some circumstances, a lack of concern with truth is not simply the result of a speaker's phoniness, but is a shared communicative premise.
Hence the familiar notion of the 'bullshit artist.'"
Synopsis: "What I've Learned: An Encyclopedia of Perpetual Bullshit", Christopher Heist covers topics that affect us every single day.
"I can't speak for everybody else," said Zell, "but I think the--quote--flow of foreign capital is a bunch of bullshit. "I believe the real estate impact of foreign investors in the United States in the past couple of years has" been benign," he told a packed audience at the McGraw-Hill Conference Center in Midtown.
"If that's not a bullshit story, I'll eat a broom stick," said the 2-time Bundesliga winner, as posted by a respected German journalist on social media.
In the summer of 2013, the anthropologist and activist David Graeber coined an unlovely yet highly resonant term: 'bullshit jobs'.
Earlier this week, the President lauded Bolton for standing up to the ICC and 'calling them out on their bullshit.'
The actor took to Twitter to warn the Congress vice-president "to not bullshit people on dynasty" and added that one has to earn people's respect through hard work.
Never one to mince his words, Padraig, inset, described Frances Fitzgerald's initiative as "bullshit" and, being a farmer, he should know.
Teller says, "It is similar in philosophical position to Penn and Teller's Bullshit, in that it is skeptical; it's a little more personal, and is a little less theatrical-looking.