An Argument

An Argument

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A hero, a villain, and a few fallacies walk into a bar...

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  • Stop! Get off that chair, villain! 
  • Wrong! You used You're another and False Analogy fallacies! Condiments and dictators have nothing to do with you standing on chairs.
  • No! Besides, your one to talk, you mix condiments! Ugh, you're so strict, you're like a dictator!
  • Again? You used slippery slope and wiseman! Democracy will not crumble and your mom is not the authority on chairs! Don't you have anything fresh? Why stand here?
  • What's this! I can't stand where I want? Soon I wont be able to stand, or sit anywhere! Democracy will crumble! Besides, my mom said it was allright.
  • Why do you want to? 
  • Really. Self evident truth and arguing in circles? You never told me why, and kept repeating yourself. Not exactly intelligent, Faith. 
  • Obviously, Because I want  to! Any intelligent person can see that.
  • I stand here because I want to!
  • I don't see why you care so much. Everyone else here seems to think its fine!  100% percent of them have no problem with me except you!
  • We're literally the only ones here. 
  • Crowd appeal, Facts and figures, and false cause and effect. You're on a roll aren't you? Just, ticking all the boxes. 
  • And that's your fault! Before you started yelling at me, more people were here!
  • Whatever. Either you're on top of the world or you're not. And you're not! Ha!
  • Step off, Faith.
  • You got your head in the clouds, girl. Black/White and getting personal? Someone needs to bring you down to earth. 
  • Why, So you can bring me down to your level, Rue? I won't listen to you;That sweater is an atrocity! 
  • How do you know, you're a hood girl, with a tattered sweater like that. All hood girls drop out before college. I knew a girl like you who dropped out of my class!
  • Wow. Guilt by association and over generalization, huh?  I could drop you for that language. And are you sure this girl didn't drop out because she couldn't stand you? 
  • Well, if you insist...
  • Ugh, Fine, I'll get off. I know I can be a bit much, so how about I get us coffee to make up for it?
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