After He Points Out These Age-Old Tricks, You'll Notice Them Everywhere And (Hopefully) Say 'Nope!'

In a world where it might seem like everyone is trying to convince you of just about anything and everything, we need to really think hard about HOW we're talking about the issues. This dude does a pretty excellent rundown of six super-common tricks that get pulled on us all the time. Knowledge is power. Don't let politicians, pundits, and trolls get away with it any longer!

Minor corrections:

- Fallacy #2 is also known as the "slippery slope" argument.

- The Earth was actually not believed to be flat!

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