Everyone loves Marineland.
Richard is part of “everyone”
Therefore Richard loves Marineland
Of course Marineland is lying to our faces and Richard doesn’t like it at all.
Everyone(A) loves Marineland(B)
Richard(C) is part of “everyone”(A)
Therefore Richard(C) loves Marineland(B).
All A are B
C is A
Therefore C is B
Actually I think this syllogism could be improved. I don’t know if its a problem, but it uses “loves” rather than “is,” or “are.” Also “Richard is part of everyone” doesn’t sound as if it’s properly worded. If some kind and gentle commenter could swoop down and correct me vigorously I would be grateful.