Common Nonsense Based on Muddled Logic
You Want To Run That One by Me Again?
The second group of Common nonsense statements features muddled logic. Often the product of lazy preparation or the simple disregard of fact collecting, these gems tend to offer scant support for their main argument. If you take a moment and dissect what was said, you’ll decide that there’s a complete lack of common sense being displayed.
Common Nonsense: The Non Sequitur
Life is life and fun is fun, but it’s all so quiet when the goldfish die.
Non sequitur is Latin for “it does not follow.” Unlike most Latin phrases co-opted for rhetoric, this one ...