My opponent will contradict themselves
Debate Rounds (4)
-I will ask my opponent 5 questions each round(excluding this one, as its acceptance only)
-They must answer each question with either "yes" or "no" only
-Capitalization doesn't matter(yes,Yes,no,No)
My goal is to try to get Con to contradict themselves
Good luck to whoever accepts!
First round is acceptance
1.Is your name on debate.org lord_megatron?
2.Have you participated in any previous debates?
3.Do you have any friend(s) on Debate.org?
4.Have you tied in any previous debates?
5.Have you said yes 4 times total this round?
6.There is one winning ticket in a large lottery. Is it reasonable to believe that a particular lottery ticket is not the winning ticket, since the probability that it is the winner is so very small?
7.If someone says "I always lie", are they lying?
8. If you have 5 and 9 together is there a mathematical symbol that you could put between them that would make 5 greater than 9?
9.Is it possible to give something we don't have?
10.Is the pope an atheist?
6 Yes, lotteries are fake.
7 Yes, as they are lying that they always lie.
8 Yes, the greater to symbol!
10 No, Pope is also bishop
Question 10 the pope is an atheist. Atheist definition is a person who disbelieves or lacks belief in the existence of God or gods. There are other other gods than the Christian one, and the pope lacks belief in those. Therefore, the pope is an atheist to every other religion/God.
we will continue this last round. CHECK THE COMMENT SECTION AFTER CON HAS POSTED THIS ROUND. I will list any contradictions he may have.
11.Is the sky blue?
12.Is the grass green?
13.Is the sun yellow?
14.Is there a letter "e" in this sentence?
15.Is your answer here different than the other 4?
14. No, there is not 'a' letter
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