A logical fallacy is an argument or claim that isn't logical. They typically either appeal to the audience's emotions or work to distract the audience from the facts of the matter. You probably use them to persuade people all the time without even realizing it. However, we're setting out to change that with Ad Hominem, a game made to teach logical fallacies with absurd examples. The creator of the game, Joel Holland, invites his friends Tyler and Austin on to play, and let you, the listeners, be the judge of who wins.