I’ve often pointed out just what logical fallacies certain arguments online are, but this book does a great job of illustrating them in a clear, effective manner:
1: Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof. If it does what it says, you should have no problem with this.
2: What proof will you accept that you are wrong? You ask us to change our mind, but we cannot change yours?
3: It is not our responsibility to disprove your claims, but rather your responsibility to prove them.
4. Personal testamonials are not proof.
What part of ‘meow’ don’t you understand?
Before you criticize someone, you should walk a mile in their shoes. That way, when you criticize them, you’re a mile away and you have their shoes.
Seen on a tshirt - “If life gives you melons you may be dyslexic”
When life hands you lemons make apple juice. Then laugh while life tries to figure out how you did it.