Ish, thank you for posting Logic 101.
All too often, people enter into discussions with preconceived notions that tend to cloud their rational thinking. Many ideas are nothing more than hypotheses and if someone can demonstrate a testable anomaly that defies the hypothesis, then it's time to revise or reject the hypothesis and alter one's thinking. Going off on a rant or tangent will not suffice, and lowering oneself to ad hominem attacks is not allowed.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with posting about the most unbelievable, inane subjects available ... as long as the poster willing to accept the consequences by either backing up the post with reliable facts, or changing his/her initial viewpoint.
Faulty logic will be rewarded appropriately.