If there’s one thing people do online, especially on blogs, it’s argue. Something about the perceived or actual anonymity of the medium makes people feisty. What they generally don’t do is argue well, i.e., use logical reasoning and argumentation. Along comes Andrew from the blog Electrogent, a site devoted to promoting manliness, with an eight-part post, “Argue Like a Man,” in which he exposes the most common logical fallacies. Count how many you use when your online temperature rises.