Kim Jong-un is famous.
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infamous-: well-known for being bad : known for evil acts or crimes
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Vote Placed by Blade-of-Truth 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Conduct - Tie. Both had proper conduct throughout the debate. S&G - Pro. Con had some minor spelling and grammatical errors such as an un-capitalized "i" and a lack of periods, for some reason, at the end of his sentence in R1 and paragraph in R2. While these things are truly minor, I saw no such errors from Pro, thus he is awarded S&G points. Arguments - Con. Pro presented a solid argument, but really cherry-picked a specific portion of the definition "widely known" instead of taking in the whole definition. What truly caused me to lean towards Con though was the distinction he raised between being famous and infamous. With such a distinction presented, it was clear that Kim-Jong-Un is more infamous than he is famous when taking the entire world into account as Con did. Therefore, Con wins arguments as he successfully challenged Pro who ultimately failed to maintain his BOP in light of Con's challenges. Sources - Tie. Both utilized sources in this debate and neither really stood out.
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