Bull Shit

8 thoughts on “ Bull Shit

  1. noun nonsense, lies, or exaggeration. verb (used with object), bull·shit·ted or bull·shit, bull·shit·ting. to lie or exaggerate to.
  2. "[On Bullshit's] calm, clearheaded deconstruction of everyday deceit is without parallel."—Gordon Phinn, Books in Canada "With its relevance to contemporary issues and culture, On Bullshit is well worth the read The analysis is strict and philosophical with the clear intention of seeking the truth.".
  3. The Professors Who Call ‘Bullshit’ on Covid Misinformation Jevin West and Carl Bergstrom are policing Twitter feeds, Medium posts, and other sources of bad data and misleading charts. President.
  4. bullshit 1) noun. Stuff that is made up for the purpose of placating someone, or passing an exam, or getting elected to office. Most often false or ridiculous.
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  6. The word "bullshit" is used in somewhat different ways, and a common nuance is not just wrongness but disregard for truth. Different views might call for different translations, but I am looking for anything idiomatic in this direction. If there turn out to be plenty of phrases like this, differences can be .
  7. ?Note: This page may contain content that is offensive or inappropriate for some readers. bull·shit (bo͝ol′shĭt′) Vulgar Slang n. 1. Foolish, deceitful, or boastful language. 2. Something worthless, deceptive, or insincere. 3. Insolent talk or behavior. v. bull·shit also bull·shat (-shăt) or bull·shit·ted (-shĭt′ĭd), bull·shit.
  8. Stopping Bullshit on the internet, one video at a time. Also a style blogger.

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