That's not how logic works. You just said: X is not in A. X is in B. Therefore, if X were in A, A would not go to B. This is not a valid syllogistic form. For example, here is an argument of the same structure: Guns are not allowed in school. Guns are encouraged in the army. If guns were allowed in school, students wouldn't end up in the army. See, that doesn't work!
Bitch at work. Ahh can't stand you and your negativity!! Maybe if you weren't such a bitch people would have attended the Christmas party but then I guess you wouldn't have been able to bitch about all of them behind their back. Uuuggghh!