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Is cussing/swearing actually bad?

Liberals
MrMakie

swearing isn't bad. Schools ban it because a small incredibly conservative minority complains about it. Swearing is only swearing is because a bunch of morons just said: "hey, this word is going to become a taboo and explicit word for no good reason." and now words that originally had no deragatory meaning has now been accepted as being bad into common morality for no reason whatsoever? Yep. So you only cringe because society made you cringe? Mothers cover up their child's ear when bad words are...

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Protesting does more harm than good.

LatinaGirl8894
CucuGreen

Round 1 is acceptance Rounds 2&3 are arguments and rebuttals Round 4 is rebuttals and conclusion Can use any means necessary to make cases including news articles....

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Is athiesm protected under the fisrt amendment

Leo.Messi
TrustmeImlying

Athiesm is ALLOWED under the constitution but is not protected. Protected and allowed have to different meanings and protected does not apply to atheism. but I do agree that atheism is allowed under the constitution....

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Updated 2 Weeks Ago

Debate.org make it easier for me to vote on opinions.

TheRightGuy
Gabe1e

I want to vote on opinions, but Debate.org says I have to complete three debates before I can use the opinion section... I think this is kind of frustrating because I am not into these debates I just want to go to the opinion section and vote....

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Updated 2 Weeks Ago

The Philochistos 1973 commemorative debate

philochristos
phantom

I just made my 1973rd forum post, and since I was born in 1973, I thought I'd initiate the Philochristos 1973 commemorative debate. Several people have expressed interest in debating me, so this is their big opportunity, assuming they see this before somebody else does. Please read the rules carefully before accepting. RULES: 1. You pick the topic. It can be on almost any subject you want. I only ask you to be considerate. Although I am quite willing to play devil's advocate if I need t...

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Age to get first driver's license should be raised to 18

LatinaGirl8894
SwaggyG27

Round 1 is acceptance Rounds 2&3 are arguments and rebuttals Round 4 is rebuttals and conclusion...

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abortion

why_why
AlexanderOc

I believe that a women should be allowed to do what she pleases with her body, and it shouldn't be in the goverments control. Abortion can save children from: 1. Extreme pain 2. Extreme cases of brain damage 3. Being born in poverty 4. Incest 5. Major diformities and if a young girl is raped who has a body too young to produce children, and it is much too emotionally difficult for a young girl to give birth to a child anyway, please note by young child I mean under 14, abortion can stop he...

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Updated 2 Weeks Ago

You choose the topic

gryffindor4life
Max.Wallace

You choose the topic. I will decide who I debate. I am to lazy to choose a topic right now....

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Updated 2 Weeks Ago

The sky is blue

WillDC22
Trust

I know this sounds ridiculous, but hear me out on this one. I know the sky appears blue, but it is not actually blue. there is scientific evidence to prove that the sky is not blue, there is a link to the video that proves this is linked below the argument https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NafbGOQBlQs&list=UUUHW94eEFW7hkUMVaZz4eDg so, who wants to argue that the sky is blue?...

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Updated 2 Weeks Ago

Riggs v Palmer Case

Babble101
joseph113011

1) Can a testamentary will be altered or revoked after a testators (person leaving his estates to others) death when legislation has already said how and when a will can be altered and revoked when they have fully complied in-keeping with laws in a way that leaves no room for the courts to intervene over the matter. (516.1.2) 2) On August 13 1880 Francis B Palmer made a will leaving a small portion of his estate to his daughters Plaintiffs Mrs. Riggs and Mrs. Preston, and the rest to his grands...

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