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Semi-colons are pointless in Javascript

A semicolon `;` consists of a comma `,` and a point `•`.

Fallacy Of Red Herring

Appeal to ridicule by exploiting a wordplay

You can't measure how good a programming language is.

A function that suffers off-by-one errors clearly can't be a good measure for quality.

Poisoning The Well

This is just pointing out a mathematical mistake, whose occurrence is irrelevant to the argument. (Still found your comeback funny though.)

You can't measure how good a programming language is.

Java sucks

Begging The Question

Claim without argument or proof; also, not addressing the question

Semi-colons are pointless in Javascript

It is impossible to write a for loop without semicolons.

Irrelevant Conclusion

The premise about omit-able semicolons.

Semi-colons are pointless in Javascript

javascript is pointless

Irrelevant Conclusion

Whatever it is pointless or not has nothing to do with this argument.

Semi-colons are pointless in Javascript

A semicolon `;` consists of a comma `,` and a point `•`.

Irrelevant Conclusion

How a character looks like has nothing to do with an argument.

Everything in the universe is either a potato, or not a potato.

Potatoes are delicious.

Irrelevant Conclusion

This has nothing to do with the argument.

Life in America has nothing to do with race, but everything to do with culture.

Culture affects the way different races act and live their lives.

Begging The Question

This is implicit in the original claim.

Proponents of Socialism or Communism will predominantly argue under bad faith - because there are no compelling arguments but the end goal of access to free money/value subsidizes them in trying to demonize Capitalism relative to Socialism.

The solution to bad capitalism is good capitalism. All the "1%" people have to do is spend more money in better place's. The solution to bad socialism is capitalism. People need to stop acting like they know what's best for others. You get what you work for, and you can't help someone you dont know

Fallacy Of Special Pleading

This claims that the top 1% need to act like they know what is best for others by spending money in better places, but people should not act like they know what is best for others.

Voter ID Laws should be enacted as a preventive measure to prevent voting fraud

You have not provided evidence of this lack of evidence...

Begging The Question

Technically 'onus probandi': The burden of proof is on the original claim.