Debate Rounds (3)
Round 6 is only for me to lose.
What Con says is WRONG. There are 6 rounds, as it says that "round 3" has 2 rounds, as it says 2 "this round has not been posted yet" 3*2= 6, so there is 6 rounds, and conduct for me because Con lied. VOTE FOR PRO.
"That is obviously new math"
That's 1st grade math of 3 multiply of 2. It might be new for you because you are too old, but not that new for us students. My opponent says that it is completely false, but what he says is false, as it shows "This round has not been posted yet" 6 times in this debate. There can also be 4 rounds, 2 rounds, 6 rounds, 8 rounds, and 10 rounds. So, I am correct that there is a round 6. You yourself conceded in the first round, saying that there are 6 rounds, and you lose because you said that there was a round 6, and you lose against it. And, you called me bacon, which is bad conduct.
Therefore, VOTE FOR PRO.
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Vote Placed by missmozart 5 months ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Con basically concedes in this debate as (s)he did not provide any sort of argument or rebuttal to Pro's points. Con also loses on conduct because (s)he was unbelievably rude, particularly when calling Pro "a scum sucking baboon" in Round 2. What kind of sportsmanship is that? Pro negates the resolution by successfully proving that Con's statement that there are six rounds, is completely false.
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