Should everyone get a trophy?
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I am getting kind of tired of this debate, so I will just make 1 huge argument right now to make things easier for me.
"Everyone needs to learn to deal with disappointment sometime. Everyone also has to learn that life isn't fair."
Children already have enough dissapointement in their lives. They go through various difficult challenges every single day, and experiance disapointement. Children should stay children and be happy. Now let's assume after hard work, their team finally made it to the finals, after difficult challenges that they enjoyed. In the end, they can get a trophy, it is good to give it to them. This way they feel happy, and everyone is happy. If the winning team is mad because everyone got a trophy, that's their fault for being selfish.
"Yes if everyone needs to be rewarded for working hard then they should get an certificate and trophies should be saved for the winning team. the u.s is wasting billions because of "the trophies for all" policy."
If they got a trophy, they would realise that they worked really hard, instead of just realising they participated with a certificate. Furthermore, you have no proof supporting your billion dollar policy. That was an odd invalid comment.
Everyone worked hard, so they should all deserve the same reward. So what if a team got lucky and one an important game, that doesn't make it fair for them to be the only ones to recieve a trophy. Everyone is a winner if everyone get's a trophy, and everyone is happy, so why wouldn't you give it to them?
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Vote Placed by Ore_Ele 2 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Well, R3 wasn't exactly a "huge" argument, but it was the only thing presented that was more than just the assertion of an opinion. The response of "kids in the 60's, 70's, and 80's did just fine" is not a rebuttal.
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