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|Beliefs:||I am a left wing libertarian, otherwise known as a hippy. I hate the CIA.|
|Books:||Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas by Hunter S. Thompson, Blowback by Chalmers Johnson, The Mist by Stephen King, The Stories of Ray Bradbury, God is not Great by Christopher Hitchens, Paycheck and other classic stories by Philip K. Dick, I Am Legend by Richard Matheson|
|Movies:||Shutter Island, The Plague Dogs, Apocalypse Now, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, The Mist, Hot Fuzz, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, The Prestige, The Thing (1982), Snatch, District 9, Take Shelter, Signs|
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|TV Shows:||It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Reno 911!, American Dad|
Con will begin debating in their first post. Burden of proof is shared.I will be arguing that, through unwarranted acts of hostility, the government of the United States of America has shown itself to be detrimental to democracies that do not hold first world staus. While the US has always been able to buy out dictatorships hoping to become protectorates, democracies (if they are not already allied with the US) are defiant and seek independence. Because of this, the US has repeatedly taken cover...
This is my first debate, so if I've gone about it incorrectly do not hesitate to let me know.I will be arguing that, through unwarranted acts of hostility, the government of the United States of America has shown itself to be detrimental to developing democracies that do not submit to American hegemony. While the US has always been able to buy out dictatorships hoping to become protectorates, democracies (if they are not already allied with the US) are defiant and seek independence. Because of t...
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