Do you think Texas is a concieded state??
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I believe you meant conceded, which is a past tense for concede.
Concede-"to admit that you have been defeated and stop trying to win"
In that case, how does having a waffle shaped like Texas a way of admitting defeat? I would like you to expand on your argument.
http://www.bing.com.... Basiclly, my point here is that texas is a state filled with too much pride. I as a Texan like texas but not so much as wanting every corner I turn to to be filled with texas shaped anything, texas slogans and most Texans giving you the boot for making fun of any little thing in it. I say this state needs to turn it down a bit.
I went into this debate thinking that you meant "conceded", not concieted. It is your fault for spelling the word wrong. And because of this, your resolution is illogical. If terms are misspelled or undefined, then it is up to me to translate and define them. That is a very basic DDO standard. Since you literally lied to me, your rebuttal falls apart. And as I have stated, it's too late to use a different definition. I have set up a definition for you and you have to use it. And since your set up was to prove that Texas was conceded, you failed to fulfill your BoP.
Okay then since I got us into this then I have to go along til the end.
Texas is conceded because it just is and that's that.
Also, thanks for debating with me even though i'm not good at this stuff.
This is only a bare assertion and is a circular reasoning fallacy. You can't argue that Point A is correct because Point A. It is supposed to be set up like this: Point A is correct because of Point B (evidence). Why did you even put this argument here? If you know it is poorly conducted, what purpose does it even serve?
I don't know about Texas conceding, but judging from what you just said, you have resorted to concession, which is ironic.
Now for why you should vote Con:
Arguments-Con. Con has properly negated the resolution with a definition, and Pro has not fulfilled his/her BoP.
Sources-Con. Pro used a source that didn't support that his/her imaginary word was real, only a different word. Besides, I used the Merriam Webster, which is as reliable as it gets.
S/G-Con. Pro misspelled several different words and used a word that wasn't real in the definition.
Conduct-Con. Pro concedes with the last argument.
Vote Con 7-0
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