Are small town areas more wild and/or dangerous than urban areas?
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I will agree that in smaller regions the crime rate:population ratio is higher than that of urban areas/large communities. If that is your definition of more dangerous/wild, then I can compromise.
However, given a larger area and more people, it is only logically that crimes occur more often; as it is in Los Angeles, Detroit, etc. Which means that if you are in a urban/large community, crime is much more numerous than in smaller regions.
In my conclusion, I feel this argument relies on the definition of "dangerous/wild": whether it is quantity or ration.
tuffpuff99 forfeited this round.
I will not be posting another argument seeing how I refutted your points earlier and you forfieted the final round.
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Vote Placed by 9spaceking 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: ff, hard to decide winner due to lack of definition of "wild" or "dangerous".
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