I don't think the source for the quote
"The secret of success is sincerity. Once you can fake that you've got it made."
Can be taken seriously, as the source occured 40 years after the death of the quotee. This quote in various forms has been attributed to Samuel Clemens, Groucho Marx and George Burns, and I think it would be fascinating to see a primary source for it.
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- Education makes us more stupid than the brutes. A thousand voices call to us on every hand, but our ears are stopped with wisdom.
- Everyone, when there's war in the air, learns to live in a new element: falsehood.
- Faithful women are all alike, they think only of their fidelity, never of their husbands.
- I tell you, sir, the only safeguard of order and discipline in the modern world is a standardized worker with interchangeable parts. That would solve the entire problem of management.
- I'm not afraid of death. It's the stake one puts up in order to play the game of life.
- It's odd how people waiting for you stand out far less clearly than people you are waiting for.
- There is an invisible garment woven around us from our earliest years; it is made of the way we eat, the way we walk, the way we greet people...
- Those who weep recover more quickly than those who smile.