Country folks are better than city folks
Debate Rounds (3)
1. Urban schooling is superior
2. Hip hop is not intrinsically bad, nor unique to urban areas
3. Low ride cars are not intrinsically bad
1. Urban schooling is superior. Urban schools have more resources and can better help students prepare for real world challenges. Urban school systems offer, on average, over twice as many co-curricular activities, and almost twice as many extracurriculars. They also spend about $3,500 per pupil every year, while rural districts spend about $2,500. On top of these reasons, urban schools are usually more diverse and prepare their students for interaction with members of many other demographics.
2. Hip Hop music is not bad, nor is it specific to cities. Hip hop music, by nature, is no worse than other forms of musical expression. Those who say it contains too many references to drugs, sex, and other explicit content obviously are not aware of these references in other forms of music. For example, "Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy," a wildly popular country song, is entirely about sex. Drugs are referenced in country music very often as well. Alcohol is a theme in a large number of country songs, and is one of the most abused drugs in the world. On top of that, WIllie Nelson, a prominent figure in country and folk music, is a major advocate for marijuana use.
Hip hop is also non unique to cities, as it has made its way into suburban areas, as well as some rural areas as well.
3. Low ride cars are no different in nature than lifted trucks, a common vehicle in rural areas.
Buckshot13 forfeited this round.
1 votes has been placed for this debate.
Vote Placed by lannan13 1 year ago
|Agreed with before the debate:||-||-||0 points|
|Agreed with after the debate:||-||-||0 points|
|Who had better conduct:||-||-||1 point|
|Had better spelling and grammar:||-||-||1 point|
|Made more convincing arguments:||-||-||3 points|
|Used the most reliable sources:||-||-||2 points|
|Total points awarded:||0||4|
Reasons for voting decision: Forfeiture
You are not eligible to vote on this debate
This debate has been configured to only allow voters who meet the requirements set by the debaters. This debate either has an Elo score requirement or is to be voted on by a select panel of judges.