Pat Snipes
Bandwagon


• The idea of doing an action influenced
  by others
   – “Since he has an attack helicopter, I
     need one!”
• The act of making huge inferences from little
  proof
   – Bigger guns = More dead




 Unwarranted Extrapolations
Plain Folks



• The inference that all ‘normal’ people
  should do something
  – “If he can afford a gun, you can too.”
Transfer
• Relating something to a more prestigious
  source; religions or countries are examples
   – Insurgents glorifyi...
Testimonial


• Using important figureheads to endorse a
  product
  –                               шников (Mikhail
     ...
Name Calling


• To put a negative connotation on a
  subject
   –“Guns Kill.”
Glittering Generalizations

To make all things seem similar or the same
 – “I don’t have to be careful, I have a gun” –Mat...
Fear
• Scare people into a desired outcome
   – “In England, if you commit a crime, the police don't have a gun and
      ...
Bad Logic


• Weak claims that all such objects are the
  same
   –“Anything with a gun kills”
Sex Appeal



• The usage of sexually appealing pictures to
  gain attention to a subject
  – Girls + Guns = Epic Win
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  1. 1. Pat Snipes
  2. 2. Bandwagon • The idea of doing an action influenced by others – “Since he has an attack helicopter, I need one!”
  3. 3. • The act of making huge inferences from little proof – Bigger guns = More dead Unwarranted Extrapolations
  4. 4. Plain Folks • The inference that all ‘normal’ people should do something – “If he can afford a gun, you can too.”
  5. 5. Transfer • Relating something to a more prestigious source; religions or countries are examples – Insurgents glorifying weapons near a mosque
  6. 6. Testimonial • Using important figureheads to endorse a product – шников (Mikhail Timofeyevich Kalashnikov), Inventor of the Kalashnikov Assault Rifle Series
  7. 7. Name Calling • To put a negative connotation on a subject –“Guns Kill.”
  8. 8. Glittering Generalizations To make all things seem similar or the same – “I don’t have to be careful, I have a gun” –Matt Groening
  9. 9. Fear • Scare people into a desired outcome – “In England, if you commit a crime, the police don't have a gun and you don't have a gun. If you commit a crime, the police will say quot;Stop, or I'll say stop again.” –Robin Williams
  10. 10. Bad Logic • Weak claims that all such objects are the same –“Anything with a gun kills”
  11. 11. Sex Appeal • The usage of sexually appealing pictures to gain attention to a subject – Girls + Guns = Epic Win
  12. 12. THE END

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