Should we put ads in school or on school buses?
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Sooo... you basically want to influence kids and parents right?
Advertise smoking, advertise p0rn, or anything that can make people do bad things.
Plus, I think there is already a law prohibiting advertisements in school areas.
What company would even do so? Where would they put the ads?
You want our future children to be smokers, obease, troubled?
You want big companies to make moeny off of our children??
What is wrong with you!
You are trying to kill us all!
You want us to fail!
You want us to become losers!
Why is it a good thing to make big companies hurt us!
You are sick!
You are despicable!
You part of the problem not the soloution!!!!
Then why even have it at all?
So we moderate it, "Vote Mrs. Mcarthy PTA president"
Still, you are targeting kids to tell thier parents that you should vote for someone or buy a certain food
bossycarl forfeited this round.
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Vote Placed by EndarkenedRationalist 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: I'm only voting so this debate has a vote on it, but wow. Nothing in this debate was about advertising pornography, smoking, obesity, etc, so CON criticizing all of those was nothing but a straw man fallacy. PRO raised the point that businesses can reach kids who don't spend time on computers/television (because they exist) but never argued why this was a good thing. Since neither side made arguments relating to the topic, my vote is a draw.
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