People often think "arguing" is "angrily throwing information at another person". A rhetological fallacy is essentially an error in reasoning; it's an "argument" that can't properly sustain itself due to faulty logic.
Covers a large number of fallacies
Groups the fallacies by category - "manipulating content" vs "faulty deduction", for instance
Has quick examples that show their points very well
Some of the examples could be seen as offensive
Which of these are most frequent?
Are there situations where some of these might be acceptable?
What are ways to avoid using these?
A fairly good graphic, useful to review and get an idea of some of the most common fallacies. 8/8 Stallman Beards