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I find people critical of leaders and policies to be insincere individuals who just rely on rhetoric to remain in the limelight.
Take the cap off that swollen orb, tip it to the fans, mutter some respectful words about Ruth we all know to be insincere, and then vanish from our sight.
While a writer may be insincere or ironic in his representations, his or her readers, free in any case to reconceive the rules of the game for their own purposes, may become sincerely affected by them or choose strategically to promote them as their sincere beliefs.
But you're thought to be insincere when you leave the circle, running,
If Altman would show fashion week as insincere or hyperbolic, he ought not to be insincere and hyperbolic himself.