Talk:Lying by omission

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This page needs a footnote about fallacious interpretations. Lying by omission is just valid when outstanding claims are made and small letters are missing.

It's lying by omission to say: This bank pays 10% interest And nothing else is stated, omitting the fact, for an instance, those 10% are HYIP and may actually result in a loss.

It's not lying by omission to omit the obvious: I'm selling a bike with 2 wheels. It's irrelevant information, as it was expected for a bike to have 2 wheels already. — Unsigned, by: SirArthur / talk / contribs