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We're done for! I knew I shouldn't have brushed my teeth this morning... It's Logic Boy! No, Wait! Shaquille O'Neal supports and endorses our league of villains. We'll be fine, because there can't be any flaws in it with him at our backs.
Actually, I did not find you because you brushed your teeth this morning, they have no relation and represent a false cause and effect fallacy in logic. I simply found you using my X-ray vision. And nice try with that wise men fallacy in appealing to Shaq as a false authority on villains and law, he is simply a famous athlete and will not help you.
Curse you, Logic Boy! If we stay here now with this bad luck, we're doomed to die in a horrible missile crash and then spend eternity in hell. Why? Because we will go to hell when we die in a horrible missile crash! No, but why will all that nonsense happen? Because we'll die when a missile hits us and go to hell!!!
You guys need to stop with these fallacies. First of all, no need to put a thin-entering wedge into the mix, none of that awful, unusual stuff will happen, I'm simply here to put you villains in jail for a long time. And the arguing in circles you numb-skulls just committed by repeating the same thing in argument will get you no teamwork in taking me down...
Oh no, it's Logicboy!
I have come to stop your reign.
Quiet, Logic Boy! I'm sick of you calling us out! Didn't I see you in the news as a "violent hero" last night? Who's the villain now! So, isn't it okay for us to be violent if pretty much everyone, even you, the good guy, is doing it? I mean, all intelligent people know that we're actually really good people on the inside!!
Back at it again, I see! The You're Another fallacy makes you redirect the blame onto me to make me seem like a bad guy with bad arguments, but I know you're just trying to escape! And then, you use the crowd appeal fallacy by trying to justify your violence as okay because everyone, even I, sometimes has to do it.. Shameful! And finally, you used that Self-evident truth fallacy to try and escape by saying that you're actually good guys without backing up why but saying all smart people know its true. I'll never fall for it!
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