The Cheat With the Ace of Diamonds, by George de la Tour, c. 1635. Louvre Museum, Paris.

Swindle & Fraud

Volume VIII, Number 2 | spring 2015

Miscellany

Most children begin forming full sentences between the ages of two and three, and recent studies have shown that around the same time they start to lie, usually to avoid anticipated punishment. By the age of three children begin telling white lies to avoid hurting others’ feelings.

The poor man is ruined as soon as he begins to ape the rich.

- Publilius Syrus, c. 50 BC

Lapham’sDaily

LQ Podcast

#06 Ed Yong

Discovering communities of microbes that exists within us.  More