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B-dog, you used the arguing in circles fallacy. The argument has no real meaning, it's just a circular argument where you keep saying that he is wrong.
But.. 50% of people that I know at work agree with me... I think...
And 90% of people that I know think he is wrong too....
That doesn't make either statistic true. You both just used the facts and figures fallacy. The figures are one sided, meaning that aren't credible.
You know, you're right. We should just make up, this is going no where.
You're right, I'm sorry Barack.
Well, my work here is done, i'm going back to the cemetery. Be wiser in your arguments from now on, guys.
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