What weaknesses did you spot in the argument?

In your Wk 3 – Creating an Argument assignment, you’ll construct an absurd argument. An absurd argument isn’t meant to be particularly serious, and there isn’t necessarily a right or wrong side or answer. This week’s discussion question and dialogue with your classmates and faculty member will help you become familiar with what an absurd argument is and which topics work well for that argument.
Watch “Narrow Your Topic” in preparation for creating your absurd argument. There is also a transcript available for this video.
Read “DC versus Marvel“ from the University Library. This article is an example of an absurd argument.
Select 1 of the following absurd questions for this discussion. Locate an article or blog that discusses your question.Is Marvel or DC the best franchise?Is it better to work to live or live to work?Is American football or soccer better?Should pizza be classified as a sandwich or a pie?Are movies or music better?Is it more important to be wealthy or happy?Provide your own creative debatable idea.
Due ThursdayUsing the article or blog that corresponds to your selected absurd question, respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words:Which article or blog did you select?How would you quickly summarize the author’s argument?What did you find compelling about the argument?What weaknesses did you spot in the argument?How might you write a more persuasive argument on this topic?
Include a reference list at the end of your post that credits the piece you read. Use a citation generator, such as the Reference & Citation Generator in the Center for Writing Excellence, to cite the article in your response. Format your in-text citations (e.g., Adams, 2016, p. 23) and reference list (i.e., list of resources at the end of the document) using APA format. Consult the References page on the APA Style website for assistance. Don’t worry about perfection. If you make a mistake, your faculty member can help, so please let your faculty member know if you have any questions.