Taking things too seriously is bad, yo.
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The first two sentences have absolutely no relevance to the remainder of this debate and should be completely ignored.
My point still stands. Excluding obvious negative objectives (e.g. murder), directing serious attention towards a positive objective would end in a positive result.
I repeat: Seriousness would help increase focus on accomplishing a desired goal.
I argue that too much of benevolence is inherently malign as it is too much.
Too much of anything is a bad thing as it is over what the maximum should be.
Disregarding that argument is the more pressing issue that my opponent is yet to show one shred of evidence that seriousness is positive or 'good' in any light or manner.
Con: "I repeat: Seriousness would help increase focus on accomplishing a desired goal."
Excess does not make something bad, misuse does.
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Vote Placed by bladerunner060 2 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: I'm nulling this debate, it was nonsense.
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