I think people argue because they either want their point of view to be seen or just to be right. People tend to argue about controversial topics like sports and movies and will do it to sometimes rile someone. I try to argue using logical appeal more than anything else. I try to find the questionable things in a person’s argument to argue against them. I believe my peers use all three appeals when it comes to arguing. It all depends on the scenario. I tend to argue with people a lot. I kinda think it’s fun and I also want to see if something simple can really bothers someone. Usually, it is not the kind of arguing where you get really mad and end up throwing a remote at someone, but more like something that gets people thinking or annoyed. I think adults try to construct their arguments logically, but that does not always happen. You would be able to see how many people (even in our area that you might know) are bad at constructing a solid argument. Just look in the 30 secones section of the paper. It’s kind of sad to think of it, but it’s true. Many of those arguments are bad and have no support. Adults are as bad at it as we are. There have been lots of arguments about the presidential election. Both between the candidates and their supporters. Lots of Hillary supporters are saying that Donald Trump doesn’t deserve the presidency because he didn’t win the popular vote. The two sides of supporters constantly fight and sometimes it gets bad. The arguments provided by the two sides could be barely considered arguments since they have terrible structure and nearly no support. Lots of things said by them that aren’t even close to beinget true. The presidential nominees are very bad at arguments. Sometimes they even avoid the question. They usually try to take an argument and make it seem like an easy issue to fix but without the reason how. They try to avoid arguments. When the press asks them something, they usually say they don’t have an answer or just change the topic.