|Online:||5 Years Ago||Name:||- Private -|
|Updated:||5 Years Ago||Gender:||Male|
|Joined:||5 Years Ago||Birthday:||- Private -|
|President:||Not Saying||Email:||- Private -|
|Relationship:||Not Saying||Income:||Not Saying|
|Interested:||in Women||Occupation:||Not Saying|
|About Me:||I am an extremely fortunate and blessed person. I like learning new things, improving myself, and being of help. I am interested in philosophy, religion, science, and politics. I am a humanist, a liberal, and a complex arrangement of carboniferous compounds constituting a self-perpetuating organic system.|
|Activities:||Bowling, Martial Arts, Skiing, Soccer, Yoga|
|Beliefs:||I believe in art, love, and human beings. I believe in progress, innovation, and hope. I believe in the world. I try to refrain from believing in things that I can't find substantial evidence or compelling reasoning for, even when those things would be rather nice if they were true.|
|Quotes:||'I wear a necklace, cause I wanna know when I'm upside down.' --Mitch Hedberg|
I am not asserting that God exists; I am not even asserting that the theory of evolution is true, although I'll gladly argue that in another debate. Here, my argument is that the existence of a god does not contradict evolutionary biology, as creationists often imagine. First, and most importantly, let's define "evolution". According to the RHAD, it's "Change in the gene pool of a population from generation to generation by such processes as mutation, natural selection, and genetic drift." Ac...
My performance in this debate will be so poor that I will end up getting fewer votes than my opponent. For example, my opening argument will be far too short....
In the proud tradition of two millennia of impeccable Christian theology, I would like to demonstrate, through reason alone, that God exists. To do so, I will simply make this argument: that the sentence "If this sentence is true, then God exists." is true. To illustrate why this must be so, consider, for the sake of argument, the possibility that it is true. That is, suppose, hypothetically, that "If this sentence is true, then God exists." is true. Well, in that case, it would be true that...
George Washington said, "Firearms are second only to the Constitution in importance; they are the peoples' liberty's teeth." The second amendment reads, "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed." I believe that the founding fathers' intention regarding the second amendment was to make sure that citizens always had access to a firearm for self-defense, hunting, and other reasons....
In order to examine the workings of what defines a just society, we must first ensure that the environment is fit for justice. A suitable environment is one in which there is a) political stability and b) stability of the justice system. These terms combined are defined as social stability, so in order to determine who won the round we must decide, who increases more social stability. Social stability is necessary and is a prerequisite component of a just society because the opposites of it is a...
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This list identifies where Rob stands on popular issues. The choices are limited to the following:
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- N/S - Not Saying
- Und - Undecided
- Con - Against
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|||Global Warming Exists||Pro|
|||Medicaid & Medicare||Pro|
|||National Health Care||Pro|
|||National Retail Sales Tax||Pro|
|||War in Afghanistan||Pro|
|||War on Terror||Con|