Respect needs to be earned, it is not deserved.
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If you earn respect then you deserve it.
Whether it's a kinky submissive offering you respect for haivng done nothing other than whipped them and turned them on or a devout fan who admires you for how you went about your career and life, you deserved that respect.
If you earn something, you inherently deserve it. There is no possible way to say one without the other.
Pro added the word 'inherently'. This was neither in the resolution nor in the Round 1. This is not about inheritly deserving respect, this is simply about deserving it or earning which I explain cannot be done indepdendent of the other.
Pro has yet to epxlain how one can be done without the other.
If you earned it, you deserve it.
If you deserve it, then you earned it.
The grammatical way I used 'inherently' meant the respect was inherently deserved by the warningof it, not that it was inherent prior or independent of the earning.
It must be earned before it is deserved? That's impossible. Once its earned, as in that very millisecond, it is instanteneously or rather simultaneously deserved. What you mean to say si that one should work towards earning it if they then want to deserve it. Until they've finished working otwards it, they haven't earned it and once they've earned it, they've already deserved it so it's a catch-22 scenario where Con wins either way.
The concept of autimatically deserving something was never what your referred to in Round 1 nor in your resolution. Do not reword reoslutions in the last round to get a win because that's never going to work.
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