Remind yourself of the common rhetorical fallacies, which you also probably learned in lower-division gen-ed classes. A Google search for rhetorical fallacies or logical fallacies will yield pages of results, and some are more helpful than others. Purdue University has a good one: Logical Fallacies. University of North Carolina does also: “Fallacies.” Here are several “B-list Fallacies” that are commonly used, but not generally referred to in formal philosophy. Choose one fallacy from these lists. Explain how it works and give an example of it from a popular saying or commercial advertisement. Then explain how that fallacy/strategy works to manipulate the audience in order to achieve the speaker’s overall purpose. **NOTE: Examples cannot be repeated. If you use an example that has already been given, your post will not receive credit.