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Famer's Story Writing Debating Tournament, Imabench vs Ren!

Ren
imabench

I thank my opponent Imabench for taking part of Famer's story writing debating tournament. The basic idea of this debate is that both sides must together write a story. Whoever creates the most interesting continuation/orientation/conclusion of the story wins the vote for "most convincing arguments." The Glutton's Bane It began with a sandwich. Clearly, not just any sandwich; as a genesis, this was an extraordinary sandwich. Marty, Klaus, and Ginger sat at the...

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Updated 2 Years Ago

Round Robin Story Debate Rd. 1, Pt. 2

YYW
UnStupendousMan

This is the second part of the first round of the MIG Round Robin Story Tournament. The theme for this round is: RedemptionVoting Criteria Posted Below1. Conduct is only reserved for members who choose not to either adhere to the rules imposed by the debater, forfeits, trolls and harangues his opponent, and so forth. Note that this story tournament may include twists or not, depending on the whims of the debaters....

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Updated 2 Years Ago

Piano competition of awesomeness

larztheloser
Travniki

Following Wallstreetathiest's model (although with some important differences), I have decided to instigate a piano competition. This one is particularly awesome because I'm so terrible at it that I'm going to make my opponent look awesome. So have fun thrashing me.FormatRound 1 is for acceptance. In each other round, you must post a youtube video that depicts you performing your composition. I'm not going to set any strict limits on it, but try to keep it...

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Updated 2 Years Ago

The Quote Debate

saamanthagrl
Wii_Master_Nin

This quote debate, is not my idea. It orginally was rangersfootballclub's. I recently had a "quote debate" with him and find it very enjoyable (: You vote on the person with the best quotes. You may say one each round. It is optional to say who said it, and quotes that you have made up can be used. The quotes you use, should give off your self-expression,personality, and individuality. Shall we get this started? "Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the momen...

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Updated 5 Years Ago

Is the glass half full?

stupidmidget
repete21

the glass would be half full because if the glass was half empty then the glass would be half of a glass. then it might be full....

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Updated 6 Years Ago

Hamlet's tragic flaw was not his inability to act

Priceless29
Ezequielizedodyssey

For my first debate on this site, I wish to debate that Hamlet's tragic flaw was in fact not his inability to act. I will be the pro side, so I will be arguing that his tragic flaw is something else which I will be stating later. The definition of tragedy and all the terms that come from the tragedy will be the Aristotelian definition. I'll define them simply quickly here: Tragedy: an imitation of an action that is admirable, complete (composed of an introduction, a middle part and an ending),...

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Updated 3 Years Ago

Poem Battle

Jesusfan
9spaceking

This is a poem battle. Poems may be as long as they wish, but they must be your own. First round is for acceptance only....

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Updated 1 Month Ago

For most men this is the face of God

shakuntala
FuzzyCatPotato

I argue that for most men this is the face of God http://www.scribd.com/doc/235038075/The-face-of-God-erotic-poetry...

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Updated 1 Month Ago

Classical Music

kohai
Aceviper2011

In this debate, I will attempt to prove that Classical Music should be appreciated more than it is. My opponent will attempt to prove that it is old and pointless--something that we really don't need any longer.Classical Music: Music written in the time period known as the "Baroque era" "Classical Era" and "Romantic Era"Famous composers from those three eras include: Beethoven, Mozart, Wagner, Puccini, Chopin, Vivaldi, Haydn, and Mahler.

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Updated 3 Years Ago

books vs movies

Katelyn6913
SarcasticIndeed

Before movies were ever made books and writing were one of the only ways of spreading stories. Books are far more powerful than movies. Books like movies tell a story and put a picture in our heads allowing us to imagine we are in the story but books have been doing this for much longer and they have been doing it much better. Books don't provide you with a permanent picture they allow you to use your imagination and picture the characters and settings like you want to. Books also make you use y...

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Updated 2 Years Ago