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speechlessspeaker
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People are more evil than the villains in many super hero comics.

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 8/24/2014 Category: Miscellaneous
Updated: 2 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Aerogant

Pro

The hero saves everyone's arses.

The villain tells the hero how the people do not care about him; how they treat them as a slave, then when they make a mistake they are hunted down like a witch.

The people use the hero for their selfish needs and only love the hero when the hero risks their life for them. Otherwise, nobody cares. A thousand good deeds equals a hero - one perceived bad deed equals a witch hunt.
speechlessspeaker

Con

i would like to note that the defense or support of this debate topic does not rest upon the relations between villain and hero, or people and hero, but rather the sole observations of peoples evil in relation to villains evil.

i would first like to address the issue of intent. while the people in comic books are seemingly ungratefull and blind to many of the things the hero does for them, this alone does not suggest an intent evil, but rather ignorance.

the villains on the other hand demonstrate premeditated plots to cause harm to the heros, or people, or both. this shows the villains intened on practicing evil acts.

now lets address the potential for evil. even if the people wanted to commit the most evil act conceavable, they do not have the resorces to carry out there plan, and if they do somehow obtain the resorces they would then be catagorized as a villain, and no longer in the people are evil debate. though villains sometimes start as just people, they typically have access to money, or they obtain powers somehow, or they were just born a monster of some sort.

finnally evil is defined as "profoundly immoral and malevolent". since villains activly seek out ways not to conform to accepted standards of morality, and constantly display a wish to do evil unto others they fully meet the deffinition of evil. where as people are simply guilty of being ignorant towards what the hero does for them. this in no way provides evidence of superior evil in compairison to the villain.
Debate Round No. 1
Aerogant

Pro

Oh for fark's sake. Shut the fark up with your machine speech. You're a human being - act like it. You waste so many characters extending something that can be easily simplified... You're complicating everything, which means you're not wise, which means your argument does not stand - period. Maybe if you were wise and didn't complicate anything, I'd take you seriously - but until then I'll treat you like an office fax machine.

Villains are wicked because they what they saw in people twisted them, which is why their dialogue is focused on the people more than the hero.

The hero is a pansy that kisses people's arse.

The people want to murder the hero, which will mean the villains wil lbe free. Why would the people put themselves in danger to eliminate another danger? They chose to end the hero before the villain, why? Oh, maybe because people are selfish cowards, that's why.
speechlessspeaker

Con

speechlessspeaker forfeited this round.
Debate Round No. 2
Aerogant

Pro

Aerogant forfeited this round.
speechlessspeaker

Con

ok ill dumb it down for ya.

the people in comics are just tooooooo dumb to know that the hero is there for there good. this makes the reader side with the hero mo than the villian, cuz the hero has mo obsicals to over cum. this a whay it makes it mo in-ter-est-in.

the villans try to do bad stuff even though they know what da hero wants ta do. the hero makes the villean more mad at thangs cuz he knows the hero is good, soooo he tries to be bad as he can be to do bad stuff (prolly cuz his daddy beated him sumthin fearse)

but the veeelian knowinly tries to do bad stuff as where the people just are supid.
Debate Round No. 3
Aerogant

Pro

Aerogant forfeited this round.
speechlessspeaker

Con

so a well put together rebuttal makes you angry, and a completely redneck rendition of the same viewpoint renders you speechless. please tell me how i am to argue.
Debate Round No. 4
Aerogant

Pro

Aerogant forfeited this round.
speechlessspeaker

Con

speechlessspeaker forfeited this round.
Debate Round No. 5
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Posted by Max.Wallace 2 years ago
Max.Wallace
Clear win for the arrogance. A clear tie of forfeiture.
Posted by Ragnar 2 years ago
Ragnar
I was attempting to help you refine your case, however if you feel the case is so shut-and-closed, feel free to challenge me to a debate on it.
Posted by Aerogant 2 years ago
Aerogant
When you think about it, the people are more evil because they cause more evil with their selfish actions. They attack the hero T.H.E. H.E.R.O; you know, that guy that cleans up their city? The villain is powerless when the hero is there, but T.H.E.P.E.O.P.L.E are B.O.R.E.D so they hunt down the hero... then there's no more hero... then there's D.E.A.T.H that would not have occured if T.H.E.P.E.O.P.L.E weren't B.R.A.I.N.D.E.A.D
Posted by Ragnar 2 years ago
Ragnar
Heroes are penises, villains are a-holes, and the people are p-cats. Not liking the hero and complaining, is not comparable to the evil of pooping on everything.
Posted by Aerogant 2 years ago
Aerogant
Doesn't relate to the truth of humanity, Rag. You're cherry-picking. It's like a Christian pulling a feel-good movie about life, children and forests to argue that wars don't exist, or something.
Posted by Ragnar 2 years ago
Ragnar
Oddly, I think this movie clip alone would defeat the current argument. https://www.youtube.com...
Posted by Ragnar 2 years ago
Ragnar
Define evil.
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Vote Placed by lannan13 2 years ago
lannan13
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