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non sequitur

Logic a conclusion that does not follow from the premises
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the 1960s and the textual non-sequiturs that followed.
SIR - Win Griffiths (Letters, July 10) tries to answer my criticisms of the Third Sector but only served up non-sequiturs or unwittingly proved my point.
But vitally, this is several leaps back in the right direction for Ferrell and lots of its random humour and surreal non-sequiturs will be a delight to fans of his wonderfully stupid work.
Early on in the run of "Late Night With Conan O'Brien," O'Brien and then-sidekick Andy Richter would occasionally open shows with parodies of Quinn Martin Production-type shows, with all sorts of random loopy mayhem and narrative non-sequiturs.
SIR - A W George (Letters, Nov 18) responded to my letter of November 14, with non-sequiturs and innuendo, which seems to be typical of those who refuse to address the issue I, and others, have raised.