Gorillas do not steal webzsitez
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-My opponent's future arguements are invalid-
-Gorrilas can taste the rainbow-
\\\But indeed they do.. they also like to stare at sea lions and make retarted noises with grapes///
Evidence and reasoning please. Also "retarded" is an opinion in this case, therefore invalid.
\\\-My opponent's future arguements are invalid-///
You cannot see the future, therefore you cannot predict that my future arguments are invalid.
\\\Gorrilas can taste the rainbow///
While this may be a true point (relating to Skittles), this does not prove that they can steal websites.
The only known way to steal a website(z) is to hack it.
1. Gorillas are not intelligent enough to use computers.
While gorillas are known to use basic tools, they lack the mindpower to operate a computer, with many buttons on the keyboard and mouse, the Gorilla's mind cannot choose the right keys to press to even start up or log into the computer, let alone hack a website. 
2. Gorilla's fingers cannot use a keyboard correctly.
Gorilla fingers are about twice the size of a human finger, which keyboards are designed to be used by. So if a gorilla even learns how to use a computer correctly, it will not be able to type in the correct words/letters to be able to steal a website(z). 
Thank you for this random debate.
frenchmoosetwo forfeited this round.
(By the way frenchmoose likes loosing please vote against him)
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Vote Placed by Rockylightning 6 years ago
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