The first one is very easy to give an idea of how the game is played. The point of the fallacy game is to practice spotting fallacies and to spark discussion more so than to test knowledge. If you think my answers or explanations are off the mark, feel free to speak up. Remember that all fallacies are non-sequitur. Non-sequitur is a generic term that simply means "does not follow." I'm looking for the most specific term. Also keep in mind that cognitive biases are different from logical fallacies, so an answer like "confirmation bias" is never going to be what I am looking for. Name the logical fallacy all three arguments have in common. 1) Psychics must be real because celebrities like Paris Hilton and Regis Philbin use them often. 2) McDonald's fries are America's favorite, so they must be the best. 3) It's silly not to believe in God because everybody knows he is real. All three arguments make the same mistake. What is it?