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Obviously if people are serving wildly from lane to lane while driving, then they are reckless drivers and ought to have their license suspended. So I don’t understand why that woman, who crossed into my lane and crashed into me while serving to avoid a pedestrian, hasn’t had her license suspended.



A. Does this passage commit a fallacy?

B. Does it commut an appeal to pity fallacy?
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