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bluandjewelkiss
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Arran
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Are FNAF loving bronies better than regular bronies?

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Arran
Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 12/18/2014 Category: Entertainment
Updated: 2 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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bluandjewelkiss

Pro

I am a brony. A FNAF loving brony. I am fine with both. But I want to here your opinions. What do you want to say?
Arran

Con

Hi, Pro, I'll be taking this debate! I'm also going on the assumption that I am to begin my argumentation on this round, round one. On to my argument.

Pro's argument claims that Bronies who also play Five Night's At Freddy's (FNAF) are better than Bronies who do not play Five Nights At Freddy's, but he does not define what "better" is. "Better" can mean anything in this instance, so Pro does not have a legitimate argument. I can break down what Pro might be thinking, but that would be going on speculation. I will attempt to, however.

Pro may be assuming that if "Bronies" are a constant of both terms (the terms being "Bronies" and "Bronies who play FNAF") , with "who play FNAF" being a modifier of that constant, it can be assumed that "Bronies who play FNAF" will be either "better" or "worse" than "Bronies." To state Pro's assumed argument mathematically, "Bronies" will be represented as the number "5," and "who play FNAF" will be represented by the variable "x." Assuming those two facts, this debate can be restated as "5" vs. "5 + x". We do not know "x's" value; it could be either positive or negative. If "x" is positive, it represents "better". If it is negative, it represents "worse." An issue with "x," though, if you are familiar with mathematical graphs, is that there can be multiple values for "x." This means, basically, that "x" can be both positive and negative, if you look at "x" on another point on the graph. Likewise, Bronies who play FNAF can be either "better" or "worse" than Bronies based on what aspect you observe. Because Pro did not specify a particular aspect (i.e., "Bronies who play FNAF are better *at basketball* than regular Bronies."), he has no legitimate argument. Again, the term "better" is also undefined. The second paragraph of argument is an assumption at the argument he may have been trying to make.
Debate Round No. 1
bluandjewelkiss

Pro

bluandjewelkiss forfeited this round.
Arran

Con

My arguments from the previous round stand.
Debate Round No. 2
bluandjewelkiss

Pro

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Arran

Con

Arran forfeited this round.
Debate Round No. 3
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Vote Placed by donald.keller 2 years ago
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