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I need help with this question. Explain how the example paragraph above illustrates endorsement and why that fallacy makes the argument weak. I play professional basketball, and I gotta have the right equipment to get the job done. Of all the things I need to be at my best, it's my shoes that make or break it for me. After all, I've got to travel up and down that court a hundred times a game. For our city to be at the top of its game, it needs good shoes too, a commuter system that's top notch so our quality workers can get in and out of the city quickly and safely. Less hassle

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plus this Less hassle means more productivity. That's why I encourage you to join me in voting "Yes" on light rail.
okay... I don't really understand what it's asking...
wait nvm hang on

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did you read the whole paragraph
the author repeats themself alot... he doesnt explain much... he's very vague in his descriptions

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