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Daily Archives: February 2, 2012
Super Bowl XLVI, also known as “Super Bowl Extra Large Six,” is a mere three days away. You have exactly that much time to fly to Las Vegas and lay down your savings on the Giants, the Patriots, the over, the under, or whether or not Madonna kisses Gisele Bündchen during the halftime show.
By this time next week, the big game will be a thing of the past and the February LSAT will once again engulf your concentration. But there’s no reason we can’t tie the two subjects together.
So throw on your jersey, huddle around, and read these five Super Bowl-themed logical fallacies.
HUT! HUT! HIKE!
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A) Happy Groundhog Day! When a nation of people waits in anticipation for an oblivious woodland mammal to exit a hole in the ground. (If aliens ever visit while we’re doing this, they’re just going to turn around and go … Read Entire Article…
Feb 2, 2012 - 5:55 pm - By Hank