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9spaceking
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Golfer15
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Design Your Prison

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after 1 vote the winner is...
9spaceking
Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 11/17/2014 Category: Miscellaneous
Updated: 2 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
Viewed: 555 times Debate No: 65342
Debate Rounds (5)
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9spaceking

Pro

Okay let's do this the fair way.... I learned my lesson
Round one acceptance
Round two we post our prison layout/design, cell design, don't forget the isolation chamber! As well as prison environment and guard routine, all that junk like the last debate "Escape Plan". The differences here are the restrictions which apply to borth parties in this debate...

RESTRICTIONS to prison
-The environment must be on earth (the planet), in a place we already explored
-The prisoners must be fed and kept alive in the prison
-Nothing may be put on the prisoners by the guards that prevent escape (tracker device, electric dog collar, nada)
-The prison may only have a maximum of 50 guards (but you can hire more in total, having 50 guards coming and going on shifts), and must be able to contain at least 100 prisoners. When the escaping starts we are assuming that there are 100 prisoners contained in the prison. (It can contain exactly 100 prisoners if you want. *shrug*)
-Eating utencils must be given for all meals.
-Prisoners must have 3 meals throughout the day.
-NO CAMERAS. This is the extra challenge posed that forces your guards to be more effective, as well as your prison
-YOU CAN ONLY HAVE A MAXIMUM OF THREE WALLS PREVENTING THE PRISONERS ESCAPE: Cell walls, prison walls (if separate from cell walls), and the fence/perimeter wall. You cannot have a prison inside a prison inside a prison inside a prison..... (you get the idea)
-The guard routine has to be logical (people cannot watch prisoners 24/7, it ain't happening!)

Round 3 we both post our escape plans, escaping from the opponent's prison.
Round 4 we rebut each other's plans with flaws that seem apparent that make the plan impossible.
Round 5 we counter-rebut the flaws and conclude!

Good luck and have fun! I hope this debate will be far more fair than last time!
And no, I won't use the Spache complex prison, I'll use....the fearsome....
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Eh why reveal the name now, let's do it round 2 for more suspence and excitement.

Any questions? Ask in the comments or PM me if you want.


























Golfer15

Con

Hello, I'm excited for this!
Good luck! :p
Debate Round No. 1
9spaceking

Pro

I'm kind of lazy to tell you the truth; don't need to draw my prison. It's simple really. I call it....





(pause for dramatic effects)



THE CUBE.
Yes, it's sincerely a cube. You see, there are 5 floors in this prison, with 20 prisoners each to their cells on all sides of the prison, except for the guard room, which is located always in the center of a floor, with a staircase leading upwards and downwards, with the exceptions of the 5th floor and the first floor. The first door, which has the entrance to the prison, has a specially designed monitor room. This room is NOT in the center of the floor, but rather, the side, and there are two doors in this guard room: one to enter the monitor room, and exit into The Cube's first floor, and the other door exiting out. While the door to the monitor room requires merely the key, the door out requires fingerprint as well. I'll talk about The Cube's cube main wall later. :P
The guard routine is very interesting. You see, there are 10 guards assigned to each guard room. Throughout the day, starting from 6:00 AM sharp all the way to 10:00 PM sharp, 5 guards are assigned to go out and check on the prisons. They circle back and forth, watching the prisoners carefully, starting some conversations, even, to keep their routine times irregular. 2 guards go back, and 2 other guards come out. Thus, in different cycles, there are always 5 guards outside watching the prisons, some checking on the isolation chambers once in a while as well. The meals are quite interesting. Each floor's prisoners go in two groups, and these groups are chosen randomly by all 10 guards, who all escort them to the lunch room. 5 guards leave but 5 other guards are still there, watching inside the cafeteria. The cafeteria is located on one side of the prison, and it is locked with a fingerprint-scan door, and the walls are transparent glass. Think you can hide under the tables or behind the trash can? Naw, you can't. They'll see you.
Now what exactly is for the prisoners to eat? The answer is, cubes, cubes, and more cubes. We use plastic knives, spoons, and forks, as well as plastic trays. We have cold pork cut into little cubes, and cube lettuce, the only thing that isn't cube is the water cup, which is made of paper. Sometimes we serve cube sandwitches with chicken in them and tomato. After the meal, we make sure the prisoners throw away their tray and utencils, then have the 5 guards escort the prisoners back. All 10 guards come out and escort the second group, then the first 5 guards go back into the guard room to have their meal, and the other 5 guards guard the prisoners in the cafeteria. Sometimes, a guard comes out to check on the prisoners and the guards, to make sure everything is okay, so meal time is quite unpredictable.
Guard equipment is pretty standard:
-Tazer
-Fast-firing low-recoil 6-bullet handgun
-Extra magazines
-Talkie-walkie
-Bullet-proof vest
Now that we've covered the basic layouts and lunch time, let's get to the cell design. The cell has bars, standard metal bars, and locked by keys only accessable in the guards' pockets. The walls are made of pure concrete, 10 inches thick each. There is a special reflective concrete used as the back wall, that makes the guards be able to see the prisoner's face even if the prisoner is not facing them. The bed is merely a thin layer of dirty mattress, and there is a water pipe that can be opened nearby to release cold water. There is a toothbrush and toothpaste provided for the prisoner, and there is a standard dirty toilet nearby. On the other hand, the isolation cells are quite more hefty and tough on the prisoners. For starters, these cells need to be opened by the guard's keys AND fingerprints. These isolation cells are made of solid steel covering the concrete, except the door, which is pure steel, with just one small area of tinted window--that can't even look out, only look in--and almost sound-proof doors (so you never know when the guard is going to check up on you). The isolation cell has a steel "chair" that is part of the wall design (so you can't take it off), and the same dirty mattress is provided on that "chair", except it's super-glued there so you can't take it. (You could potentially take the other mattress to the isolation chamber, but what good what that do). Multiple incidents that force you into the isolation chamber may have the guards increase your punishment by putting hand-cuffs on your hands, and your feet.
Work-outs must be performed in-cell. The prisoners must request the guards to bring the equipment, and the guard brings it to the prisoner, only narrowly opening the cell door, and closes it while watching the prisoner. The prisoner may only work out for a maximum for 45 minutes in the morning, 45 minutes in the afternoon. Running is not allowed. After working out, the equipment is bought back to the guard room by the guards.
Night time is very interesting. We have all the guards go outside the prison (locking the doors behind them in the process) and walk in a perimeter walk around the prison. We have four (cubic) towers that flash night lights back and forth across the prison, and the prison perimeter. These towers are locked with the finger-print technique, and 3 guards are within each tower as they watch with night-vision binoculars to make sure the prisoners do not escape.
The fence guarding the prison is pretty standard, really. NOT. It's pure concrete, made of cube blocks, except the main door, which is made of solid steel, and can only be opened remotely via guard room. The concrete is topped with some electrified barb-wire fence. (Speak about getting toasted!) Note that, the towers are out of the "Fence" and watching over. Even if you get out of the prison, remember to open the door, there will be two guards guarding this door and see you before you even make it to the doorstep, thus shooting you and killing you.
The cube is located in a remote cut-down (small) jungle. No animals are known to reside there, and pretty much the whole jungle was cleared out for The Cube. The Cube is about 5 miles away from the nearest city, which delivers supplies to The Cube every month (and these supplies are put into the Guard Room). The supply deliverer is checked by the guards, and X-ray scanned by a machine, which would be put back into the storage room of the Guard Room after being used.
The Cube is truly a deadly prison. You don't want to end up in The Cube. Good luck escaping!
Golfer15

Con

Golfer15 forfeited this round.
Debate Round No. 2
9spaceking

Pro

Conduct point to me because con forfeited. Awaiting his prison. As punishment for his ff he must also post as much of his escape plan as possible within this round.
Golfer15

Con

It's completely my fault for forfeiture, I do not have enough time to complete this debate, so i concede this debate to you. Sorry to have to be one of those guys who forfeits, i just have several 10 page papers due in 2 days..

Thanks.
Debate Round No. 3
9spaceking

Pro

That's a shame. Challenge me to a rematch if you want, I'll copy and paste The Cube's description in round 1, you post your prison in round 2 (Unless you want to post your prison in round 1), then I escape, then you escape in round 3, then I point out flaws in your plan, and you point out flaws in round 4, and I post the flaws in round 5, then you "pass" because we don't have enough rounds for refuting the flaws (but if your prisons are revealed in round 1, then we can spend round 5 refuting each other's flaw-accusations). If you have time to post, that is.
Golfer15

Con

Golfer15 forfeited this round.
Debate Round No. 4
9spaceking

Pro

Yup. Vote me.
Golfer15

Con

Good luck on your future debates. My apologizes.
Debate Round No. 5
3 comments have been posted on this debate. Showing 1 through 3 records.
Posted by 9spaceking 2 years ago
9spaceking
cmon dude just pass or say ff
Posted by Golfer15 2 years ago
Golfer15
I'm getting to it. Sorry it's taking so long I've been burdened with millions of papers due for school. Don't worry I will not forfeit
Posted by 9spaceking 2 years ago
9spaceking
opponent ain't even asking questions...yeah, he gonna ff
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Vote Placed by dsjpk5 2 years ago
dsjpk5
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