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uniferous
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kingkd
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Hello again again

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 12/11/2015 Category: Cars
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Post Voting Period
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uniferous

Pro

Saying hello again is very important since if you fail to say it again you run the risk of the person not hearing you the first time. This can lead to drasitc consequences. The person could perceive you as being rude. If you are a child you could also be told off because of this.
kingkd

Con

repetitive - containing or characterized by repetition, especially when unnecessary or tiresome. According to Google.

By definition, saying hello again is repetition. This is unnecessary, routine, tiresome, and boring.
IMPACT: "It is clear that negatively valenced repetitive thought has bad consequences for mental and physical health".-American Pyschological Association
Having to say something again in fear of " the risk of the person not hearing you the first time" is negative form of repetition, which leads to negative consequences according to my source. Vote Con based off impact. Pro never provided sources, evidence, or solid reasons why.
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Debate Round No. 1
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Posted by Death23 1 year ago
Death23
This is the stupidest debate I've ever seen.
Posted by whiteflame 1 year ago
whiteflame
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>Reported vote: Sdio// Mod action: Removed<

6 points to Con (S&G, Arguments, Sources). Reasons for voting decision: HELLO AGAIN

[*Reason for removal*] Clear vote bomb. The voter doesn't explain any point allocations.
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Posted by Equality_7-2521 1 year ago
Equality_7-2521
Would a good way to solve the problem be using a different word other than hello? Since you do not know whether the other person heard you the first time, not greeting them may be rude and repetition is bad practice. For example:

Fred: Hello!
Tom seems to not hear Fred or is simply ignoring him.
Fred: Excuse me, I have a question
: What's up?
etc.
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