The Internet has been wonderful for a lot of things. Connecting people across geographic boundaries? Check. Containing the widest and deepest store of information ever before assembled in the history of humanity? Check. Binging on "Game of Thrones"? Check. Clear-headed and productive arguments? Not so much. Well, the best way to change that is to start naming and shaming the arguments that go off the rails. The following isn’t a comprehensive list of the types of logical fallacies you’re likely to encounter on the Internet, but it’s a pretty good start.