There is no shortage of naive people ready to become victims of frauds and cheats.
This expression appears to have originated in the USA around 1850 and is often attributed to P.T. Barnum (1810-1891). However, just like last week's expression which is usually attributed to Disraeli - there is actually no evidence that Barnum said this.
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The Angel of Losses
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