t-430

The argument is seriously flawed because it makes dubious assumptions and offers unreliable evidence. It claims that Saluda Natural Spring Water contains essential minerals for our health, and then simplistically goes on to conclude that Saluda people should drink the water as an investment on their healthy lives in substitution for tap water. First, the…

t-478

The argument is seriously flawed because it makes dubious assumptions and offers unreliable evidence. It claims that the deluxe air filter has emerged since six months before and successfully generate sales by depriving the economy one of its customers, leading to the decrease in corporate profits. Thus, the memorandum simplistically goes on to conclude that…

t-483

The argument is seriously flawed because it makes dubious assumptions and offers unreliable evidence. It claims that a government office has a limited budget to construct and repair infrastructure this year, and then simplistically goes on to conclude that it should not exert money on repairing the bridge crossing the Styx River. First, the argument…

t-431

The argument is seriously flawed because it makes dubious assumptions and offers unreliable evidence. It claims that trucking companies only pay part of maintenance costs for highway, and then simplistically goes on to conclude that the government should reduce the railroad companies’ property taxes. First, the argument postulates that railways, as transportation systems, has much…

t-467

The argument is seriously flawed because it makes dubious assumptions and offers unreliable evidence. It claims that the marathon champion successfully enhanced its reputation in the city with three-month billboards campaign, and then simplistically goes on to conclude that companies in River City will also increase in sales by utilizing billboards advertising. First, the argument…

t-551

The argument is seriously flaws because it makes dubious assumptions and offers unreliable evidence. It claims that those who stopped subscribing Reel magazine complained about advertisements on magazine, and then simplistically goes on to conclude that the magazine should decrease spaces for ads. First, the argument postulates that all readers of Reel are not satisfied…